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The American Medical Association (AMA) recently adopted a policy declaring cheerleading a sport and is hoping that other organizations and associations follow suit.AMA members believe that cheerleading is just as rigorous as other activities high schools and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) consider sports. By adding cheerleading as a sport, more safety measures for […] Read More

Golf Accident Attorney

Posted on behalf of Gordon & Partners on in Personal Injury
According to the National Golf Foundation, there are an estimated 12.95 million core adult golfers, with over 27.8 million golfers in the United States as of 2004. There are over 16,000 golf courses in the United States, while the state of Florida contains over 1,440 golf courses.Golf is an outstanding activity that allows for individuals […] Read More
According to the National Center for Catastrophic Sports Injury Research (NCCSI), high school cheerleading represents 65.1 percent of all catastrophic sports injuries among females in the past 25 years. As cheerleading becomes more and more of a popular sport, females are reporting a steady increase in injuries.These cheerleading injuries reported are not the ankle sprains […] Read More
Cheerleading is one of the most popular sports in the United States. An estimated 3 million people participate in cheerleading ever year, from 6 year-old girls to adults performing for professional sports teams. In recent years, there has also been an increase in males participating in the sport.Cheerleading may be a popular sport, but it […] Read More
The dangers associated with the activity of cheerleading are no secret. The last several years have been marked by study after study indicating the massive safety hazards that come naturally with the typical moves and routines of cheerleaders across the United States. According to the National Center for Catastrophic Sports Injury (NCCSI), 63 percent of […] Read More
Playing football is not for the faint of heart. Despite the safety precautions put in place, football is a rough sport and often ends up in the injury of players. The recent spotlight of studies focusing on the effects continual blows to the head have on brain functionality have made many question whether there are […] Read More

Types Of Burn Injuries

Posted on behalf of Gordon & Partners on in Personal Injury
A burn is defined as a type of personal injury that is caused by applying heat, chemicals, radiation or electricity to either organic tissue or to a specific material.While first degree burns can usually be healed with a dressing and proper care and attention, deeper tissue burns can be much more difficult to treat. Due […] Read More
The National Center for Sports Safety stands strong in their mission to promote the significance of injury prevention and safety throughout every level of youth sports. The organization utilizes education and research to inform athletes, coaches, trainers, and parents across the United States about the importance of safety in sports. One of the most influential […] Read More

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