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Why Nursing Home Abuse is Still On The Rise in Texas

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Unfortunately, Texas is one of the worst states in the nation for nursing home and elder abuse. While there are a number of nursing home abuse laws in place designed to implement a higher standard of care for residents living in these facilities, nursing home abuse is on the rise. There are many reasons for this increase in nursing home …

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How is Fault Determined in Texas Car Accidents?

In Car Accident by radmin

Being involved in an accident of any kind is a stressful and overwhelming experience. If you have sustained any injuries, or if you have lost a loved one in a car accident, it can be difficult to know what the next steps are. For many, the appropriate action is to file a lawsuit. When that is the case, one of …

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I’ve Been Involved in a Semi Truck Accident – What is the Average Settlement?

In Personal Injury, Truck Accident by radmin

Being involved in an accident with a semi truck or tractor-trailer is undoubtedly a harrowing experience. Many of these accidents result in serious injuries or fatalities, due to the sheer size and volume of the truck involved. 18-wheelers are the largest transporters of goods in the United States, and Texas highways are some of the most traveled for these vehicles. …

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How to Avoid Parking Lot Accidents?

In Car Accident, Personal Injury by radmin

Let’s face it – parking lots are breeding grounds for car accidents. Many parking lots are poorly designed, making it difficult for drivers to navigate all the backing up, pulling in, and pedestrians. If you’ve ever been in a parking lot that seems like it was designed specifically for fender-benders, you’re not alone. Looking for a parking spot in a …

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When Not to File a Car Insurance Claim

In Car Accident by radmin

One of the first things most people do following a car accident is call the police, then the insurance company. While this is something we are taught to do to protect ourselves in the event of an accident, there are certain times when filing a car insurance claim may not work to your advantage. If major damage has been done …

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Back to School Safety Tips

In Personal Injury by radmin

It’s almost that time again – back to school. It’s hard to believe that summer is nearly over; it seems like just yesterday we were discussing our top summer safety tips! However, the fact of the matter is that school is right around the corner, and you need to be prepared in order to ensure your kids are safe as …

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How to Prevent Truck Accidents

In Truck Accident by radmin

Large trucks are a very common sight on the highways in and around the Dallas-Fort Worth area. While semis are essential to the economy, they also pose an inherent risk to other drivers. Unfortunately, nearly 4,000 people die in large truck accidents every single year in the United States. While accidents do happen, many are preventable with a little bit …

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Common Workplace Accidents

In Construction Accidents, Workplace Accidents by radmin

It is estimated that more than 1 million Americans miss work every year as a result of work-related injuries. Workplace injuries can be devastating and have a lasting effect on you and your loved ones. They can also impact your career, relationships, and overall quality of life. Unfortunately, these types of accidents are far more common than many people realize. …

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Are Truck Drivers Receiving Proper Training?

In Personal Injury, Truck Accident by radmin

It should come as no surprise that Dallas highways are some of the most dangerous in the country. Given the number of accidents that take place on I-35 and other area highways, it is clear something is amiss. Unfortunately, many of these accidents involve large trucks and often end in serious injuries or fatalities. While most accidents are minor in …

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North Texas Mother Charged After Deaths of Toddlers in Hot Car

In Abuse by radmin

The days are getting hot in Texas, and we have a sad story regarding the deaths of two toddlers. North Texas mother, Cynthia Marie Randolph, was found guilty of the May 26 deaths of 1-year-old Cavanaugh Ramirez and 2-year-old Juliet Ramirez after she left them in a hot car. According to police, Randolph said she locked her two young children …