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What to Do Following a Workplace Accident

Workplace accidents happen every single day  Workplace accidents happen every single day, whether you work in an office building or on a construction site. While it is true that many professions are more dangerous than others, the fact of the matter is that you can…
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The Dangers of 18-Wheelers

An 18-wheeler can weigh upwards of 80,000 pounds No matter how long you have been driving and how often you take to the highways, chances are driving alongside an 18-wheeler makes you a little nervous. This is because 18-wheelers are inherently dangerous, weighing more than…
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The Dangers of Electric Scooters

In just over the course of a few short years, electric scooters have quickly filled up many major American cities with Dallas finally joining in on the trend last summer. These venture-funded companies seemingly appeared overnight and filled a void that did not previously exist…
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Safety Concerns of Boeing 737 Max 8 Jetliner

Following an Ethiopian Airlines crash which claimed the lives of 157 people on Sunday, March 10th, 2019, reports have surfaced citing American pilots voiced their concerns to officials about the perceived safety problems with the Boeing 737 Max 8 in the months prior to the…
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Tips to Keep Your Teen Driver Safe

As a parent, having your child driving out on the Texas roads can be a terrifying thing. It is normal to feel wary about having your child out on the roads, after all, car crashes are the leading cause of teen deaths according to the…
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The Dangers of St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day is a holiday where everyone in the country claims to be of Irish ancestry. The holiday is celebrated with individuals dressing up in anything green they can wear as well as the consumption of copious amounts of beer dyed green. While the…
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The Importance of Motorcycle Safety in Texas

With warmer weather just around the corner, there is no better time than the present to talk about the importance of motorcycle safety. With Spring temperatures come more and more riders taking their motorcycles out for a spin on the beautiful Texas roadways. However, motorcycles…
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Pedestrian Accident Liability in Texas

Pedestrian accidents are an unfortunately common occurrence in Texas and throughout the rest of the United States. While many people opt to navigate the Texas roadways by foot, it doesn’t come without danger. According to the Highway Safety Association, there were 263 pedestrian deaths in…
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Dallas Driver Blames Mexican Food in Fatal Hit-and-Run

Earlier this month a Dallas man was arrested following a fatal three-car crash in which he blamed the Mexican food he ate on his dizziness, rather than the beers he was drinking while driving. According to the officer who administered the test, the man said…
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Toyota Recalls 1.7 Million Vehicles

In the middle of January Toyota made an announcement that it would be recalling 1.7 million vehicles because of faulty passenger airbag inflators. Unfortunately, vehicle recalls just like this one are more common of an occurrence than many people realize. The Federal Motor Vehicle Safety…
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Does Uber Promote Distracted Driving?

In the last decade, there has been an ongoing debate as to whether or not the friendly transportation app and ride service, Uber, is promoting distracted driving. Have you ever been in an Uber and noticed how reliant the drivers are on their smartphones? When…
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5 Common Premises Liability Cases

Premises liability cases are quite broad, and therefore can be confusing to some people as for what they entail. While a premises liability case can be a personal injury related to a slip and fall accident, it can also be a personal injury related to…
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