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September 12, 2018

Shocking Construction Accident Statistics

It is no secret that the construction industry is one of the most dangerous out there. Every single day, thousands of construction workers put themselves at risk, simply by showing up for work. Many things can go wrong on a construction work site, from debris falling from upper stories to machinery not working properly. In many cases, construction injuries occur …

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August 29, 2018

How is Pain and Suffering Calculated?

Being involved in an accident of any kind can be stressful, and expensive. If you were injured in an accident because of another person’s negligence, there’s a good chance you will be able to pursue compensation for your injuries as well as pain and suffering. These types of damages are typically awarded when someone has been hurt very badly in …

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August 10, 2018

Back to School Safety Tips for Drivers

It’s that time of year again,  back to school. While it may be hard to believe that summer is nearly over with, being prepared for the new school year is the best way to ensure the safety of your children and others. As you and your kiddos get back into the swing of things and the routine of school, it …

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July 27, 2018

Why Millennials Are the Least Responsible Drivers On the Road

Many studies indicate that Millennials are actually driving less than previous generations, but this is not to say the roads are safer. In fact, older Millennials between the ages of 19-24 engage in riskier driving behavior than teens. According to AAA, 88 percent of Millennials have been guilty of at least one potentially dangerous behavior in the span of 30 …

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July 10, 2018

How to Avoid Pedestrian Accidents This Summer

Summer is here, which means more and more people are opting to travel by bike or foot than by car. This is not only a great form of exercise, but it also helps out the environment, too. While pedestrian traffic may be on the rise during the summer, unfortunately, this means pedestrian-related accidents are also more common. There are numerous …

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June 29, 2018

Motorcycle Safety Tips   

With summer in full swing, you are probably seeing a lot more motorcyclists on the Texas highways. Not only does riding a motorcycle provide you with a fast and fun way to get from point A to point B, but there’s just something invigorating about letting that fresh air wash over you. That being said, motorcycles come with inherent dangers, …

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June 10, 2018

What is Premises Liability?

Premises liability cases are an aspect of the law that deals with injuries caused by a property owner’s failure to properly maintain his property. One of the most common types of premises liability is slip and fall injuries. In the event an individual or business owner does not warn visitors of hazards or fails to stay on top of the …

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May 25, 2018

Swimming Pool Accidents You Can Avoid

It’s that time of year again – pool season! Summer is a favorite for many, especially those who enjoy spending time swimming and in the water. While swimming pools are a staple in Texas backyards and neighborhoods, it is important you follow proper safety protocol in order to ensure everyone has a safe and enjoyable summer. One of the best …

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May 9, 2018

Summer Road Trip Safety Tips

Summer is right around the corner, which means road trips and vacations for the whole family! Every single summer, millions of Americans decide to hop in the car and take a road trip. For some, this means driving across the state, for others, it means making their way across the country. Regardless of which best describes your summer plans, it …

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April 30, 2018

Should I Accept My Car Accident Settlement?

If you’ve been involved in a car accident and decided to seek compensation for your injuries, you may be wondering when it’s time to accept a settlement from the insurance company. While it can be tempting to take the first offer and walk away from the entire mess, chances are they are offering you a lower amount than you really …