Drivers who are on the road in the morning and the afternoon in Sarasota and across Florida must be aware of the presence of children as they head to school. Since children are inherently vulnerable and can be difficult to see, it is vital that drivers are not behaving in a reckless or distracted way.
While walking is a way to improve one's health, save money on fuel costs and help the environment, Floridians should be cognizant of the inherent dangers to pedestrians in the state.
Because Sarasota and the entire State of Florida has warm weather year-round, a number of people will enjoy taking to the state's roadways on a motorcycle. While this can be a fun activity, there are inherent dangers for riders and passengers. A motorcycle crash can lead to catastrophic injuries and death.
Because Florida is warm year-round, people will take advantage of the climate to take part in outdoor activities. A popular one is riding a bicycle.
Traumatic brain injuries have gotten a lot of attention lately in the context of sports injuries. While those who play sports like football can certainly suffer a brain injury, they are not, by any stretch of the imagination, the only people who suffer from these catastrophic injuries. In fact, individuals in Florida who are involved in car accidents, which encompasses a much wider population than football players, can be at a significant risk of suffering a traumatic brain injury.
Car accident injuries in Florida can fall anywhere on a spectrum of injury severity. At one end are those injuries that are minor in nature, such as bumps, bruises, scrapes and maybe a cut or two. On the other end of the spectrum are those catastrophic injuries that can completely reshape an individual's life. These injuries can lead to permanent disability and cause extensive physical, emotional, and financial damages.