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Teen Driving Laws in Texas

As is the case in many other states, Texas has specific laws geared towards teen drivers. For example, teenagers are subject to graduating driving privileges, which means that, as they get older, they are given more driving freedom and subject to fewer driving restrictions. This…
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5 Tips to Prevent Swimming Pool Accidents

Summer is almost officially here, which means adults and kids alike will be hitting the swimming pool. Whether you have a pool in your backyard or you hang out at the local neighborhood pool, it’s important to educate yourself and your loved ones about how…
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Pedestrian Deaths Remain at 25-Year High

A recent report indicates that U.S. pedestrian deaths reached nearly 6,000 in 2017 for the second straight year. This is an alarming number that highlights how dangerous distractions have become - for drivers and walkers alike. While they are still researching the top causes of…
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What Most People Don’t Know About Brain Injury Cases

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), an estimated 1.7 million people suffer a traumatic brain injury (TBI) every single year. These injuries range from mild concussions to serious contusions or long-term complications. In most cases, TBI happens as a result of…
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Who is Liable in a Truck Accident?

Truck accidents are often deadly and come with serious repercussions for those involved. One of the reasons truck accident litigation is so complicated is because of the number of parties who can be held liable for the accident. Even if an accident takes place because…
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Tips on How to Avoid Car Accidents in Dallas

Our society has become incredibly reliant on cars, they get us safely from point A to point B, after all. Or do they? In recent years we have seen an alarming increase in the number of car accidents that take place. While many are minor…
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Texas Car Accident Statistics

Many Texas drivers can attest to the fact that the state’s highways are some of the most dangerous in the country. There are more than 675,580 miles of highway in Texas, so it should come as no surprise that serious, often fatal accidents take place…
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5 Common Work Hazards

There are many different factors that can contribute to how safe - or dangerous - a given workplace is. In order to cultivate a safe work culture, you must plan ahead and consider a wide range of possibilities. While some industries are inherently more dangerous…
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What You Should Know About Construction Work Accidents in Texas

Construction site accidents are some of the most serious, in Texas and throughout the nation. There are inherent risks that come with working in the construction industry, which is only made worse by the failure to follow safety protocols and other factors. Every single year…
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Right-of-Way Laws in Texas

One of the keys to staying safe while out on the Texas roads is understanding what laws are in place. We know it can be difficult to keep up with the laws in place, but it is of the utmost importance that you do so.…
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Spring Break Safety Tips

March is officially underway, which means spring break is right around the corner for many high school and college students. Spring break is something most students look forward to, as it offers a chance to get away from school, relax, and soak up the sun.…
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How Common is Nursing Home Abuse?

Nursing home abuse is a serious, growing problem in the United States with no sign of slowing down. Every single year, millions of Americans are abused or neglected in nursing homes and other long-term care facilities, and only a small percentage of these cases are…
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