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Our Texas Personal Injury Attorney Discusses Accident Recovery Options

We want you to be as informed as possible when pursuing your personal injury claim. This is why we regularly post blog articles to keep you updated on the ever-changing laws, options, and regulations surrounding accident law. If you’ve been injured due to someone else’s negligence, come learn what our attorneys can teach you about your rights and claim options.


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5/16/2019
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OSHA Construction Accident Reports

Learn what OSHA does after it receives a report about a death or serious workplace injury, and find out how a construction injury lawyer can help you.

Category: Construction, Refinery, Industrial, On the Job Injuries and Workers' Comp

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5/15/2019
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Pros and Cons of Putting Twin Trailers on the Road

Some trucking industry leaders have proposed significant changes to transportation laws that would permit trucks with 33-foot trailers to roam America’s roads.

Category: Truck Accidents and DWI Accidents

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5/9/2019
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Drug and Alcohol Testing for Truck Driver Substance Abuse

Trucking companies must ensure that drivers aren't operating vehicles under the influence of alcohol or drugs, and they may be held liable for collisions.

Category: Truck Accidents and DWI Accidents

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5/8/2019
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Changes to Hours of Service Rules

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has proposed changes that would relax current hours of service regulations, which may lead to more collisions.

Category: Truck Accidents and DWI Accidents

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5/3/2019
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Drunk Driving Injury Terms to Know

Victims of drunk driving collisions should be familiar with the terminology used to determine liability when an intoxicated motorist causes a vehicle accident.

Category: Car Accidents and DWI Accidents

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5/1/2019
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Vehicle Collisions on Prom Night

Teen drivers face a high risk of injury on prom night, due to alcohol use, distracted drivers, peer pressure, risk-taking, and lack of driving experience.

Category: Car Accidents and DWI Accidents

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4/23/2019
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Shrimp Boat Accidents in the Gulf of Mexico

Commercial fishing is one of America's highest-risk occupations, and shrimp boat accidents are prevalent. Vessel operators are responsible for worker safety.

Category: Maritime and Offshore Cases

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4/16/2019
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Documentation Required After a Construction Accident

When an employee is injured in a construction site accident, documentation of the incident and the resulting injuries is needed to support an injury claim.

Category: Construction, Refinery, Industrial, On the Job Injuries and Workers' Comp

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4/1/2019
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Texas Roadway Fatalities Over 18 Years

Texas has a long history of roadway fatalities, with deaths occurring every single day for more than 18 years. The state launched a campaign to keep roads safe.

Category: Car Accidents and DWI Accidents

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3/22/2019
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Offshore Drilling Equipment Injuries

Workers frequently use heavy machinery on offshore drilling sites. When this equipment is improperly used or maintained, serious injuries may result.

Category: Maritime and Offshore Cases

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3/20/2019
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Top OSHA Safety Violations for 2018

OSHA publishes lists of the top 10 serious and willful safety inspection violations every year. These safety violations may lead to severe worker injuries.

Category: Construction, Refinery, Industrial, On the Job Injuries and Workers' Comp

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3/19/2019
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Trench Excavation Deaths

Virtually all building construction sites require trenches. Tasks performed in these trenches are among the most dangerous of all types of construction work.

Category: Construction, Refinery, Industrial, On the Job Injuries and Workers' Comp

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3/8/2019
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New Truck Safety Legislation in Texas

Proposals before the state legislature in Texas may impact truck safety. Regardless of the outcome, truck accident victims are still entitled to compensation.

Category: Truck Accidents and DWI Accidents

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3/7/2019
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Uber and Lyft Drivers May Cause Fatal Traffic Accidents

Uber and Lyft can provide convenient passenger transportation, but ridesharing service drivers may make serious mistakes that cause fatal vehicle collisions.

Category: Car Accidents and DWI Accidents

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3/4/2019
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What Consider Before Booking a Limousine

A limousine rental is a great way to celebrate a wedding or graduation. However, there are important safety checks that should be completed before the trip.

Category: Car Accidents and DWI Accidents

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2/22/2019
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Risks of Maritime Cyber Attacks

The prevalence of cyber attacks grows every year, and the maritime industry isn't immune to this threat. Cyber attacks can lead to serious vessel accidents.

Category: Maritime and Offshore Cases

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2/21/2019
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Are Volunteers in Texas Covered by Workers’ Compensation

Most Texans are eligible to claim workers’ compensation benefits, but volunteers working for organizations typically don’t qualify for this insurance coverage.

Category: Construction, Refinery, Industrial, On the Job Injuries and Workers' Comp

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2/7/2019
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How Attorneys Gather Evidence After Car Accidents

Receiving compensation for vehicle accident injuries often requires gathering evidence, such as cell phone records, social media posts, and witness statements.

Category: Car Accidents and DWI Accidents

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2/5/2019
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Vehicle Accidents Caused by Rubbernecking Drivers

Drivers face numerous distractions, including those found on the side of the road. These distractions can lead to rubbernecking, causing accidents.

Category: Car Accidents and DWI Accidents

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1/29/2019
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Worker Injuries Caused by Maritime Safety Equipment Failures

Maritime workers are entitled to work on safe vessels, and their employers must provide safety equipment that's properly installed and tested.

Category: Maritime and Offshore Cases

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1/28/2019
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Maritime Vessel Accidents Caused by Alcohol and Drug Use

Accidents caused by drug and alcohol use often result in devastating maritime injuries. Employers may be liable for injuries caused by employee substance use.

Category: Maritime and Offshore Cases

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1/23/2019
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Specialty Trade Construction Contractors Injuries

Specialty trade contractors perform valuable tasks on construction sites, such as plumbing, electrical work, and painting. Injured workers deserve compensation.

Category: Construction, Refinery, Industrial, On the Job Injuries and Workers' Comp

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1/16/2019
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Preventing and Recovering From Chemical Plant Accidents

Chemical plants have numerous workplace hazards, exposing workers to many toxic and flammable materials. Failure to follow safety procedures may lead to injury.

Category: Construction, Refinery, Industrial, On the Job Injuries and Workers' Comp

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1/15/2019
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How Truck Crash Settlements are Disbursed to Injury Victims

When a truck accident victim settles with an insurance company, his attorney distributes funds to repay debts, cover legal fees, and to compensate the victim.

Category: Truck Accidents and DWI Accidents

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1/14/2019
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Resolving Truck Accident Cases Through Mediation

Many truck accident claims are settled through a process known as mediation. A neutral third party, or mediator, attempts to resolve the case without a trial.

Category: Truck Accidents and DWI Accidents

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