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Common Injuries for Factory Workers in Texas

The manufacturing industry in Texas employs seven percent of the total workforce. Millions of employees head to factories each day in the Lone Star State, helping drive the American economy to new heights. Unfortunately, factory work is much more dangerous than many people realize. For those who have experience with

Recent Rise in Motorcycle Accidents in Texas

If you ride a motorcycle in Texas, you’re probably aware of how dangerous this mode of transport has become. Perhaps you know a motorcyclist who lost their life in a crash. Maybe you personally face threats each day from reckless, negligent motorists on the road. You might be recovering from

What is Considered a “Catastrophic Injury?”

“Catastrophe” stems from the Greek word “katastrophē,” which means “sudden turn.” If you have suffered a serious injury, you may be familiar with just how quickly it can turn your life upside down. The phrase “catastrophic injury” can be appropriate indeed when you understand its ancient roots. However, this phrase

Sharing the Road – Know Your Role in Bicycle Accident Prevention

Many cyclists and motorists struggle to share the road in Texas, and this often leads to accidents. Cyclists are incredibly vulnerable to collisions, and their vehicles offer nothing in the way of protection. In contrast, motorists are shielded by layers of metal, safety features, and airbags. This makes them virtually

Common Causes of Pedestrian Accidents

Each year, hundreds of pedestrians lose their lives due to traffic accidents in Texas. Thousands more suffer serious injuries. In the aftermath of these accidents, plaintiffs may face extensive medical expenses, years of missed wages, and serious psychological trauma. If you find yourself in this situation, you may be intent

What are the Top Workplace Hazards?

Each year, over a hundred thousand people are injured by workplace accidents in Texas. Although statistics help us understand the nature of these accidents, they often fail to stop them. Learning about the top workplace hazards is only useful if employers take decisive steps to prevent these accidents in the

What if I Was in a Car Accident and it Was Not My Fault, but I Don’t Have a License—Do I Automatically Lose My Case?

A serious cara crash can happen at any time. The Texas Department of Transportation reports that approximately 720 people are injured in motor vehicle collisions in the state each day. Even if you are a safe, careful driver, you could still end up the victim of someone else’s crash. In Texas,

What Should I Do if I Slip and Fall at a Store?

Slips and falls are among the most common accidents reported on property. The National Floor Safety Institute reports that approximately one million people seek emergency medical care for slip and fall accident injuries each year. A significant share of slip and falls and trip and falls happen at retail stores. This

How Does an Attorney Get Paid, What Does Contingency Mean and How Does it Work?

Were you hurt in an accident in Texas due to someone else’s negligence? You have the right to seek compensation for the full extent of your damages through a personal injury claim. This includes your medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. As the claims process can be deeply

What if I am Injured and Undocumented: What are My Rights?

The Migrant Policy Institute (MPI) estimates that there are more than 1.7 million undocumented immigrants in Texas. Of course, serious accidents can happen at any time and to any person. This raises an important question: Can an undocumented immigrant still file a personal injury claim? In Texas, the answer is “yes”—a


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