Category: Inadequate Security
12 Academy Transport buses failed a safety inspection because of major safety concerns, namely, emergency equipment that did not work, wipers and gauges that were not in service and front and back breaks which needed to be replaced.
The National Center for Education Statistics reported that 57 percent of preschool children in the United States receive some type of care outside their homes. Which day care providers parents choose matters to the safety and well-being of their children.
It is important that we always be reminded of the need for layered protection around swimming pools. We feel that this important issue should be addressed every time we are around pools to avoid the tragedy of drowning.
Public and residential pools can be a great source of family fun and togetherness. Each year, however, we hear of unfortunate stories involving drownings or other pool-related injuries. Ft. Myers personal injury attorney Randall Spivey and his team want you and your family to enjoy the pool while remembering to keep safety first.
Visiting amusement parks is high on the list of most families when they are determining how to spend their free time together. These amusement parks may be the large parks such as Disney World and Universal Studios in Florida. When making plans regarding amusement park visits, do you ever think about safety?
The 2015 high school graduation season is here. Thousands of Florida's high school seniors will be celebrating graduation with parties. Memories of these parties stay with us for a lifetime. Graduation parties can be safe and still enjoyable for attendees, especially if safety is a large part of the planning process.
Planning a small gathering or celebration at home for a few friends and family might seem like a wise and cost-effective idea at the time. However, there are a number of things that house party hosts should take into account before finalizing such plans. Guests who sustain injuries while attending a party on someone's property and/or in someone's home might find it necessary to file lawsuits to obtain compensation for those injuries.
It is the property owner's responsibility to maintain their real estate in a manner which keeps the property reasonably safe for others. If they do not do so, the property owner may be held responsible for the injuries and other damages the inaction or negligence causes.
Ten fans were injured last month at the Coca-Cola 600, a 400-lap NASCAR Sprint Cup event, when a support rope dropped from a Fox Sports camera suspended over the grandstands. The heavy nylon rope fell to the ground, striking several spectators seated below.
Under Florida law businesses are required to provide you with adequate and necessary security for your safety.