Why You Should Report a Dog Bite Case

By Rad Law Firm | Jul 31, 2019

Dog Bite Case Can Be Complicated to Navigate If you are bitten by someone else’s dog, you may be able to seek compensation for any injuries or damages that occurred as a result. Unfortunately, dog bites happen more often than many people realize. With more than 7.2 million dogs in Texas (that’s more than any other state), it is no wonder dog bite case lawsuits happen all the time. But how do you know if you should report - and pursue - a dog bite case? Are there times when you should keep quiet and not contact the authorities? Today…

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The Most Dangerous Industries in Texas

By Rad Law Firm | Jul 25, 2019

Texas Has Become the Most Dangerous State to Work in Sadly, Texas workers continue to put themselves at risk every single day simply by going to work. In fact, the Lone Star State leads the nation in occupational deaths with 534 in 2017 alone. This is significantly more work-related fatalities than anywhere else in the nation (California had 376 deaths followed by Florida with 299, respectively). Since 2009, Texas has led the nation in workplace fatalities, and it also has the highest worker death rate per capita because Texas has many dangerous industries. There are numerous reasons why Texas workers…

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Dangers of Leaving Children in Hot Cars

By Rad Law Firm | Jul 16, 2019

For Their Safety, Never Leave a Child in a Hot Car Tragically, we continue to bear witness to hot car deaths here in Texas and throughout the rest of the country. Even though there has been a movement to raise awareness about the serious dangers of leaving children in hot cars, it still happens at an alarming rate. Earlier this summer in Texas, three children died within the span of three days as a result of being left in overheating cars, and, unfortunately, this isn’t out of the ordinary. In fact, Texas leads the nation in the number of child…

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Common Injuries 4th of July Weekend

By Rad Law Firm | Jul 03, 2019

While Many Enjoy the 4th of July, It's Still a Dangerous Holiday The 4th of July is a beloved holiday for many Americans. Not only does it really signify that summer is underway, but it is a great opportunity to come together and celebrate community and the United States. However, this busy holiday is also one of the most dangerous. Many people road trip for the fourth, and those who stick around town partake in barbecues, pool parties, boating, and other water activities. Often, alcohol is involved. While there is nothing wrong with celebrating and having a good time with…

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Distracted Driving Laws in Texas

By Rad Law Firm | Jun 25, 2019

Distracted Driving Should Be a Growing Concern for Many Drivers Given the likelihood of a car accident taking place in Texas, it is no wonder organizations throughout the state are doing their part in raising awareness about the dangers of distracted driving. Thanks in part to our tech-centric society, we are bearing witness to more distracted driving accidents than ever before. Distracted Driving Statistics In 2017 alone, 3,166 people died in distracted driving accidents across the United States. In the Lone Star State, there were 109,658 traffic incidents caused by distracted driving, 455 of which were fatal. This means that…

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What is My Workers’ Compensation Case Worth?

By Rad Law Firm | Jun 14, 2019

Workers' Compensation is in Place to Help Injured Workers One of the questions we are most frequently asked concerns the value of a given workers’ compensation case. And while it is not uncommon for an employee to get injured on the job, there is no straightforward answer as to how much your case is worth. There are numerous different factors that contribute to a workers’ compensation case, such as the circumstances surrounding the accident, the insurance policy, and the type of injuries sustained. For example, if the injury is minor, the settlement may be comparable to the injured person’s lost…

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Tips for Spotting a Drunk Driver

By Rad Law Firm | Jun 13, 2019

Drunk Driving is Incredibly Dangerous and Could be Life-Altering Despite the many laws and organizations focused on raising awareness about the dangers of drunk driving, it remains a serious problem in the United States. According to Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), 30 people die as a result of drunk driving every day in America. In 2017, alone, nearly 11 people died in car accidents involving a drunk driver - that is one person every 48 minutes. Additionally, more than 300,000 people were injured in drunk driving wrecks. Not only do people continue to make the poor decision to get behind…

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How to Avoid Motorcycle Accidents This Summer

By Rad Law Firm | Jun 13, 2019

Motorcycle Safety is Extremely Important During Summer Nice weather and bright, sunny skies are finally here! While this is a favorite time for many Texas residents, it can also be dangerous for motorcyclists. Depending on where you live in the Lone Star State, you may have just gotten your bike out of the garage for the first time. Dusting off the cobwebs and getting out onto the open road is a favorite hobby for many, but it is important proper safety precautions are taken to avoid motorcycle accidents. Motorcycles are inherently dangerous, as they are often difficult for other drivers…

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How to Choose a Personal Injury Lawyer

By Rad Law Firm | May 28, 2019

Hiring a Personal Injury Lawyer Hiring a personal injury lawyer can be a challenging and stressful experience, especially if you’ve never done it before. If you’ve started your search, you’ve likely seen just how many options are out there in the Dallas-Fort Worth area alone. But don’t get discouraged! Today we are going to go over some of our favorite tips for selecting the right personal injury lawyer for your case, including questions to ask and red flags to be aware of. If you have any additional questions that we did not answer, call Rad Law Firm today and schedule…

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What Are the Signs of Traumatic Brain Injury?

By Rad Law Firm | May 17, 2019

Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are one of the most serious health issues in the US According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly 2 million people in the United States suffer from some type of brain injury every single year. While the degree of brain injury can vary, the fact of the matter is that these types of injuries are extremely serious and often result in death. In most cases, TBI is caused by impact to the head that disrupts a person’s normal brain activity. Depending on the case, TBI may affect an individual’s abilities to learn…

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