Decorating Dangers: Common Injuries Floridians Should Know About

If you have been reading the news, you might have had a Christmas chuckle over the story of a Christmas lights display that became quite the prank. A man in Austin, Texas ran to the rescue after seeing what he thought was a man dangling from a roof, surrounded by Christmas lights and a ladder that had fallen over.


Turns out, it was just a

Why Florida Electrical Injuries Happen, and How to Fight Back


Electricity is safe when its flow is controlled, but it is dangerous or deadly if the flow overreaches its bounds.  Every year, over 4,000 injuries and 1,000 deaths occur in the U.S. due to electrocution.


Construction workers are at a high risk of electrocution, which is second only to falls as the leading cause of death in the construction industry. Electrical shocks are a