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Blog Posts in July, 2016

  • Philip Freidin Included in 2016 Florida Legal Elite Roster

    We are pleased to announce that Attorney Philip Freidin has been selected for inclusion in the 2016 Florida Trend Legal Elite directory! Now in its thirteenth year, Florida Legal Elite compiles an annual list of the state’s top attorneys who have been chosen for recognition by their peers. This year’s list includes the top 1,144 Florida attorneys across multiple practice areas. In order to gather ...
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  • Surviving the "100 Deadliest Days" on the Road

    With Labor Day just around the corner, many people are squeezing in the last of their summer vacations. This means there are more recreational drivers on the road, including people who are traveling to visit friends and family, people who are heading to the beach, and others traveling to various seasonal locations. As a result, there is a greater risk for vehicle collisions . In fact, sources ...
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  • Staying Safe at Concerts & Festivals

    When you think of a concert or music festival, you may picture a great time that you and your friends or family can enjoy. You may not consider it to be a dangerous venue, but this doesn’t mean it is completely safe. There are certain things you must be aware of when going to a concert or music festival, as well as measures to take to ensure your safety. At Freidin Brown, P.A., we are well aware ...
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  • 8-Year-Old Accidentally Drowns on Royal Caribbean Ship

    An eight-year-old boy who nearly drowned in a swimming pool aboard a Royal Caribbean cruise ship on June 30, 2016 has passed away after three days in critical condition. According to the New York City medical examiner’s office, the death was ruled an accidental drowning with a contributing factor of seizure disorder. This is one of about a dozen drowning or near-drowning incidents that have ...
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  • Summer Safety: Dog Bite Awareness

    There are over 83 million dogs in the U.S. that are kept by 56.7 million households. With the kids home from school for the summer, now is a good time to remind parents to keep an eye on the youngsters when dogs are present. When dogs are around that you don’t know very well, it’s always safe to only touch them cautiously, to never rough-house with an unfamiliar animal, and to check with the owner ...
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  • The Risks of Delayed C-Section

    Every year, nearly 800,000 women in the U.S face birth complications, many of which warrant a cesarean section (C-section) surgery to ensure the safe delivery of the child. When C-sections are not ordered in a timely manner, the results could be disastrous for both a mother and her baby. Medically necessary C-section procedures that are delayed or never ordered at all could constitute medical ...
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  • Firework Safety Tips for a Safe Independence Day

    With Independence Day only a few days away, most people are planning to have a holiday evening filled with food, drinks, fun, friends, and, of course, fireworks! While these light shows can be extremely fun to watch, using such devices can create dangerous situations if individuals are not safe. In fact, the Consumer Product Safety Commission reports that every day in the month surrounding ...
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