1Oct

Avoid a Texas Auto Accident During Football Season By Taking Free Rides

By Staff Blogger | October 1st, 2015

Football season is upon us and for many fans, that means cheering on your team. Sometimes the revelry may include consuming alcoholic beverages or heavy traffic and if that’s the case, our Texas auto accident attorneys...

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29Jul

Do Cellphone Bans Effectively Reduce Texas Distracted Driving Accidents?

By Staff Blogger | July 29th, 2015

Distracted driving continues to be one of the greatest threats to motorists’ safety on Texas roadways. In 2013 alone, the behavior was responsible for causing more than 18,000 crashes in The Lone Star State. A total of...

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21Jul

Texas Veterans Disability Lawyers Discuss Entrepreneurial Bootcamp for Disabled Veterans

By Staff Blogger | July 21st, 2015

One of the missions of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is to provide care for service members who have been left disabled due to an injury or illness that’s related to their service to our country. Our Texas...

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14Jul

Texas Drug Injury Lawyers Discuss Bleeding Risks Associated With Coumadin

By Staff Blogger | July 14th, 2015

Blood clots occur when the blood coagulates in arteries, and sometimes the clump of amassed cells becomes lodged in the heart or brain. This can result in a heart attack, stroke, or even death. Luckily, blood-thinning...

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26Jun

Know It Before You Need It: Generator Safety

By Cheyenne Mueller | June 26th, 2015

In light of Texas' insane weather as of late (which isn't really anything new but still very annoying), alternative energy is undoubtedly going to be used. But just because something is portable, doesn't mean it's safe...

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17Jun

Oil Field Injuries and Contamination Top Concerns When Well Explosions Occur

By Staff Blogger | June 17th, 2015

The extrication of oil and gas is a lynchpin to the economy here in Texas, accounting for tens of millions of dollars in revenue for the state annually; however, the areas where fossil fuels are being drilled can be...

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9Jun

The Forgotten Victims of Traumatic Brain Injury: Victims of Domestic Violence

By Staff Blogger | June 9th, 2015

With stories of injured soldiers returning from service and professional athletes taking hard hits filling high-profile news outlets, the public is aware of the risks these individuals face of suffering a traumatic...

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26May

Texas Car Accident Lawyers Offer Tips for Traveling in Flood Zones

By Staff Blogger | May 26th, 2015

Throughout the last several days, the Texas hill country has been ravaged by storms and heavy rains causing severe flooding in many areas. High water levels and debris in the road can present serious safety hazards to...

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20May

FAQ: What Is My Case Worth?

By Maria | May 20th, 2015

It’s the elephant in the room and what each of our clients always wants to know, yet it is the hardest question for your attorney to answer. Unfortunately, there is no predetermined worth for a case, no magic...

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12May

The Costs of a Dog Bite Injury

By Staff Blogger | May 12th, 2015

When a dog attacks, injuries to the victim—such as lacerations, bruising, tissue and nerve damage, and infection—can be extensive. While minor injuries may heal on their own with time, a more serious dog bite injury may...

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