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Failure to Diagnose Leads to Leg Amputation | Tripp Law Firm – Hernando County Medical Malpractice Attorney

Over the weekend, I read about a case that involved a male patient who was rushed to the ER with complaints of severe flank pain. The patient’s medical history included a recent diagnosis of kidney stones. The ER physician suspected that the patient was suffering from a significant obstruction of his urinary track that would… View Article


NATIONAL—Distractions include cell phone use — texting and talking– grooming, eating, and talking to passengers. People who text while driving are 23 times more likely to die in a crash. In 2014, 3,179 people were killed and 431,000 were injured due to distracted driving. The NHTSA compiled a list of stats that demonstrates the dangers… View Article

Florida Leads Pack in Motorcycle Fatalities

The wind. The freedom. The excitement of being part of the environment rather than being in a metal and glass box passing through it. While a car is an extension of your house or your office, a motorcycle is an extension of you. But with that euphoric freedom comes risk. According to the most recent… View Article

Hillsborough’s Top 40 Accident Locations | February 2016 | Sheldon Road | Bloomingdale Avenue | Waters Avenue

See which Hillsborough County intersections should be traveled with more caution this weekend. FLORIDA—Not surprisingly, Hillsborough County’s most dangerous intersections are located along its most heavily traveled roads.  According to Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office, the following intersections each had more than five accidents in the month of February 2016 alone: Sheldon Road and Hillsborough Avenue… View Article

Valentine’s Day 2016 | Help Keep You and Your Valentine Safe on the Road

Planning on taking a getaway for Valentine’s Day weekend? Read this first to help keep you and your Valentine safe on the road. FLORIDA—The “love bug” is in the Florida air. It’s that time of year again for flowers, chocolate, and a romantic night out with your special someone. With Valentine’s Day falling on a… View Article

Dangerous Toys 2015: List of Unsafe Toys On Store Shelves

FLORIDA—Trouble in Toyland, the annual survey of toy safety conducted by the Florida Public Interest Research Group (“PIRG”) Education Fund, highlights toys that pose various dangers to children ranging from unsafe levels of toxic chemicals to the possibility of choking. The survey has resulted in more than 150 toy recalls and other regulatory actions during… View Article

New Year’s Safety Tips | 2016

FLORIDA—Popping sounds abound on New Year’s Eve – fireworks, champagne corks and, occasionally, gunfire. While these are meant to be celebratory, they also can be very dangerous, or in some cases, even fatal. Tripp Law Firm invites you to review the New Year’s Safety Tips and information below to assure that you and your loved ones… View Article

Holiday Decoration Safety Tips – Tripp Law Firm

‘Tis the Season to Decorate Safely…   NATIONAL—With only 11 days until Christmas, some of us may be dashing to finish our Holiday decorations in time for Santa’s arrival. Whether your attempting to recreate your own Winter Wonderland or simply trying to avoid being the so-called “Scrooge” of the neighborhood, Tripp Law Firm invites you… View Article

VW Investigated for EPA Emission Violations

NATIONAL—Environmental Protection Agency is investigating Volkswagen and other major car manufacturers for Clean Air Act emission violations in certain diesel vehicles. ***DIESEL VEHICLES AFFECTED*** Affected 2.0 Liter Diesel Vehicles: VW Jetta (Model Years 2009-2015) VW Jetta Sportwagen (Model Years 2009-2014) VW Beetle (Model Years 2012-2015) VW Beetle Convertible (Model Years 2012-2015) VW Golf (Model Years… View Article

Medical Warming Blanket Linked to Joint Infections

NATIONAL—New studies appear to have pinpointed a commonly used medical warming blanket as the true cause of many post-surgery Periprosthetic Joint Infections (“PJIs”).1 This warming blanket, known as the “Bair Hugger,” is a Forced-Air Warming blanket that has been used for more than two decades to warm patients during lengthy surgeries. While the warming blanket… View Article