What Kind of Harm Is Caused by an Electrocution or Burn Injury?

By Staff Blogger | November 4th, 2014

As cool weather and the holidays approach, we may find ourselves more in need of electricity for heat and power. It’s important to remember the increased usage of electricity also increases our chances of suffering...

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Dog Bite Injuries Can Present Several Safety Risks

By Staff Blogger | October 7th, 2014

When you suffer a dog bite injury, the physical and emotional damage you and your body have suffered aren’t your only concern. In fact, infectious diseases—such as rabies—are also a very serious health and safety risk...

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The SSA Hopes to Improve With Open Government Plan 3.0

By Staff Blogger | September 30th, 2014

It’s no secret that getting Social Security Disability benefits can be difficult. It can take years for a claim to get processed and approved.

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Free Child Safety and Booster Seat Inspections This Weekend

By Staff Blogger | September 16th, 2014

Motor vehicle crashes are one of the leading causes of accidental death among children in America. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that 650 children lost their lives and another 148,000...

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Tips to Avoid College Station Car Accidents on Game Days

By Staff Blogger | September 9th, 2014

Last Saturday, more than 104,000 fans showed up for Texas A&M University’s home game. While this time of year can be a great way to enjoy a game and time with friends and family, traffic around these events can be...

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Report Shows Veterans Benefit Programs Are Struggling to Perform

By Staff Blogger | September 2nd, 2014

The law states that veterans of the United States armed forces are entitled to medical care and other benefits provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). However, a new report is showing the VA and it’s ...

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Even Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries Can Cause Long-Term Damage

By Staff Blogger | July 29th, 2014

It’s fairly obvious that a serious traumatic brain injury (TBI) can cause damage to a victim’s cognitive abilities, but harm can also be done by less severe, mild TBIs.

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Three Steps to Follow After a Texas Construction Accident

By Staff Blogger | July 15th, 2014

The oil and natural gas industries are two of the largest employers in Texas, but working in these fields comes with certain risks of accidental workplace injuries or death. This includes the accidents during the...

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How A Texas Construction Accident Can Quickly Become Complicated

By Staff Blogger | July 8th, 2014

The construction industry in Texas can be an extremely dangerous environment to work in, especially for migrant workers. This is because many construction operations let safety take the backseat in the hopes of...

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College Station and Bryan Events To Check Out This 4th of July

By Staff Blogger | July 1st, 2014

This Friday, our nation celebrates its independence and there will be plenty of activities taking place across the Brazos Valley for the whole family to enjoy. That’s why the College Station personal injury attorneys...

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