Two vehicle collision near Edinburg kills one

A collision last Sunday, May 29, between a Ford Explorer and a Mazda SUV on State Highway 107 near the intersection with Cesar Chavez Road in Hidalgo County, resulted in the death of one individual. According to preliminary investigations made by the Texas Department of Public Safety, the driver of the Ford crossed the median, entered the westbound lane, Read More

Mother of girl with rope burn to neck sues school

Waco, Texas resident Sandy Rougely filed a personal injury claim against Live Oak Classical School, where her 12-year-old daughter is enrolled, after the girl returned from a school-sponsored camp out with an injury to the front half of her neck. School trustee Jeremy Counseller said in a statement that the student injured her neck accidentally after an accident with a rope swing. Read More

15% of adults living in residential care homes are injured from falls

A study conducted by the Texas A&M Health Science Center School of Public Health, headed by Samuel Towne, Jr., PhD, discovered that 15% of people living in residential care homes suffer from an injurious fall every year. More than 700,000 adults live in residential care facilities across the United States, with about 100,000 people at Read More

Ford Issues 3 Separate Recalls

2016 model Ford Explorers and 2015 and 2016 model years Lincoln MKCs are being recalled after 2 MKCs caught fire. The fires started when a block heater overheated. Block heaters are typically found in cars built to drive in cold regions. The severity of the fires and the wellbeing of the involved passengers are unknown Read More

Most Dangerous Neighborhoods in Dallas

Dallas, Texas is a fantastic place to live and work. We have a diverse culture, fun recreational outlets, and incredible restaurants. But every city has its dangerous neighborhoods. They all have areas locals tend to avoid because of their traffic jams, police activity, and general lack of safety. If you’re visiting Dallas or moving here, Read More

How to Know You're Too Tired to Drive

As a truck driver, you may drive hundreds of miles a day. Your job depends on efficient deliveries and safe driving records. Even though the laws on required rest have become more health-conscious, driving while tired is a serious concern for any professional driver. One mistake can be devastating for your career and your life. Read More

Top Causes of Slip and Fall Accidents

Slip and fall accidents are dangerous, and they can happen anywhere. At home, at work, or while you’re shopping, if someone else’s carelessness is the reason you fell, you may want to pursue legal action against whoever is responsible with the help of an experienced personal injury attorney. While most slip and fall accidents end Read More

What NOT to Say to an Insurance Agent after an Accident

After a car accident, one of the first steps you should take is calling your insurance company. Your policy will likely cover some of the expenses associated with the accident, including repair work and medical costs. As with a police report, however, what you say during interactions may be recorded. If your words are taken Read More

12 TV/Movie Lawyer Quotes You'll Never Forget

Hollywood does a wonderful job making the work of an attorney appear glamorous. Some of the images are true to form; we really do work all hours of the night on cases when we need to and sometimes litigation can be as dramatic as the best television representation. Here are 12 quotes from some of Read More

Most Common Hospital-Acquired Infections

If you’ve ever been more concerned about contracting an illness at a health care facility instead of being healed, you’re not alone. Infections contracted at the hospital or another health care facility are called “nosocomial infections.” Related symptoms can start to appear soon after being admitted for a non-related reason or as many as 30 Read More

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