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October 26, 2018

Common Causes of Truck Accidents

Regardless of who is involved, accidents are dangerous and often result in serious, life-changing injuries. When the accident is caused by a large truck or 18-wheeler, the results can be even more devastating. Due to the sheer size and volume or big rigs, the risk of serious injury and death are much higher than with passenger vehicles. While a passenger …

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October 5, 2018

How to Have a Safe Halloween This Year

It’s October (yes, already) which means Halloween is right around the corner. For kids and adults alike, this spooky holiday is one of the most exciting and highly-anticipated nights of the year. From dressing up in costume to all the fun parties, it’s a great night for everyone. However, Halloween night does not come without its risks. It is important …

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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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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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October 18, 2017

What to Do if You’re Injured in a Slip and Fall Accident

People sustain injuries every single day in a myriad of settings, including parking lots, grocery stores, malls, restaurants, concert halls, and other public places. In many cases, the injuries sustained happen as the result of a slip and fall accident. Slip and fall injury claims are one of the most common types of personal injury cases that we see here …

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October 16, 2017

Halloween Driving Safety Tips

Halloween is a favorite holiday for many – both young and old. There is just something nostalgic about getting dressed up and going trick-or-treating, attending costume parties, and enjoying a warm cider as the kids sift through their candy by the fire. That being said, Halloween has an impact on the number of drivers on the roadways – both sober …

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September 20, 2017

Texting and Driving: The New Texas Law

Staying on top of the laws in your country and/or state, can really help keep you out of a bit of trouble. It’s important that you are aware of law changes or updates or new implementation of laws, to make sure you don’t get pulled over or in trouble for something that you are uninformed about. And the new law …

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September 19, 2017

Do I have a personal injury case?

There is a vast amount of circumstances in which one may be able to file a personal injury case. Unfortunately, many people fail to identify and evaluate the necessary evidence before attempting to make a personal injury claim, and only learn later when it fails that it was not the right call. If you are able to provide evidence and …

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August 24, 2017

What Can I Do if I’m Injured in a Construction Site?

Construction sites are some of the most dangerous places of work there are. No matter what type of construction site it is, there is an inherent level of danger and accidents that are likely to occur. The majority of construction sites are in the middle of everyday life for people, both residential and commercial sites. Construction workers, homeowners, people who …