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By: Heath C. Murphy + – Personal Injury The title of this article may be a bit misleading and reminiscent of an exchange between Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson in White Men Can’t Jump, but people, especially

So you have been involved in an accident. You have been to the hospital and referred to a specialist. You have had your MRIs and CT Scans. You have been referred to a physical therapist or a

Motorcyclists hear about the dangers of riding on an almost daily basis. They have all heard that there are only two types of motorcycle riders, those that have laid their bike down and those that haven’t…yet. Everyone

Slip and fall accidents are among the most common cause of injuries every year. Everybody has slipped and fallen, at one time or another. Most of the time the injury is nothing more than a bruised sense

Florida has nearly twice the amount of coastline as any other state in the continental U.S.[1] Pinellas County, alone, has 35 miles of beaches and many miles more of coastline. Additionally, pools are a very common feature

Football is a wonderful way for boys to stay in shape and to learn valuable life lessons. However, parents need to be ever vigilant to ensure that their children are wearing the proper safety gear and observing

Pit Bull Attacks are on the Rise Since 2007, Pit Bull and the mixed breed Pit Bull dog attacks have risen steadily.[1] What is the reason? 2007 was the year that Michael Vick was convicted on the

By: Heath C. Murphy + – Personal Injury This is the final part in my Personal Injury Medical Terms Glossary. I hope that those of you that have taken the time to read this have found it

Busy parking lots, especially those found at grocery stores or malls, can be hazardous to navigate. Some parking lot accidents are very minor and involve only property damage, but I have also seen parking lot accidents where

Many accidents involve some degree of culpability by both parties. For instance, consider the case where a driver stops at a stop sign, but misjudges the speed of an oncoming car before entering its path. The oncoming