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Florida Set to Repeal the Motor Vehicle “No-Fault” Law

Attention Drivers: Florida Set to Repeal the Motor Vehicle “No-Fault” Law Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is to sign legislation that repeals Florida’s Motor Vehicle No-Fault Law that has been the law in Florida since 1979. The No-Fault Law required drivers to have a minimum of $10,000 personal injury protection or a no-fault insurance policy. However, […]

What to Know About Construction Accident Law in Florida

Workers and non-workers who are injured at a construction site have the ability to receive financial compensation for their injury. Generally, the workers’ compensation system in Florida does not allow employees to sue their employers. By law, employers are required to provide workers’ compensation to employees, and workers at construction sites must be covered. The […]

What are Major Injuries That Can Occur On a Construction Site?

Construction workers make critical contributions to society and do so with a number of recognized hazards on the job. They often face hazardous situations that may lead to life-threatening or life-long consequences. Therefore, the construction industry is one of the most dangerous industries in the United States economy, with nearly one out of five workplace […]

The Construction Industry’s Fatal Four

According to OSHA, 60 percent of construction worker deaths every year can be attributed to OSHA’s Fatal Four: falls, electrical, struck-by, and caught-in hazards. OSHA offers training modules to reduce injuries on construction sites as part of the Focus Four Fatal Injuries campaign. Nonetheless, every year OSHA gives citations for violations of safety standards. Falls […]