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Blog Posts in May, 2013

  • Disney World Safety A Question For Visiting Guests?

    Within a week, a dry ice pipe bomb went off at Disneyland and a woman and her grandson on the Dinosaur ride at Disney World found a loaded gun on their seat. With summer just around the corner, you may be right to question your safety at the self-acclaimed "Happiest Place On Earth," that Disney has branded itself as. In Florida, property owners including amusement parks and theme parks like ...
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  • Tanning Beds Are Dangerous Medical Devices, Says FDA

    "Attention: This sunlamp product should not be used on persons under the age of 18 years." The Food and Drug Administration (FDA)) recently announced that it was recommending all indoor tanning beds carry the above warning. Currently, tanning beds are considered Class I medical devices; the FDA recommended, however, that the beds be reclassed as Class II medical devices along with the addition of ...
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  • Lawsuits Filed in Fatal Crash Involving Hialeah Police

    Last October, the daughter of School Board member Susie Castillo was killed when the SUV she was riding in crashed with an unmarked Hialeah police vehicle. Her boyfriend, Marcos Barrios, was seriously injured and has since claimed that the police officer was speeding at the time of the accident, and is responsible for the death of Andrea Castillo, 21. Now, Susie Castillo has filed a suit against ...
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  • Smoker's Widow Awarded $1.2 Million In Palm Beach County

    A Palm Beach County jury awarded widower David Cohen a $1.2 million for the death of his wife from smoking cigarettes . After deliberating for five hours, the jurors ordered three of the nation's biggest cigarette makers to pay the 91-year-old Cohen for enduring his wife's slow descent from emphysema in the 1990s to her death in 2006. Helen Cohen, who was 81 at the time of her death, was held 40 ...
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  • Was Police Pursuit To Blame In Fatal Miami-Area Crash?

    Willie Hummel was recently arrested on four counts of vehicular homicide for causing a fatal wrong-way crash on I-95. Hummel was fleeing an Opa-Locka police officer who was pursuing him for making an illegal right turn. Law enforcement is investigating whether Opa-Locka police officer Cpl. Sergio Perez improperly gave chase, contributing to the circumstances that took the lives of four people who ...
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  • Summer Amusement Park Injuries Hospitalize A Child Every Three Days

    Summer months are the most dangerous times for children at amusement parks, like Disney World or Universal Studios, across the country. Between May and September, a child is seriously injured and must be admitted to a hospital for treatment every three days because of a serious injury that occurred on a theme park ride according to a study recently published in Clinical Pediatrics. Over a 10-year ...
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