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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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1/17/2017
Steven M. Lee
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Avoiding Breakdowns in the Attorney-Client Relationship

Maintaining a positive attorney-client relationship is important. Poor communication is just one of several ways that relationship can break down.

Category: Truck Accidents and DWI Accidents

1/17/2017
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Truck Accidents Are More Likely in Heavy Traffic

The risk for a truck accident can increase in congested traffic because of a large truck’s blind spots, low visibility, and limited space for wide loads.

Category: Truck Accidents and DWI Accidents

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1/7/2017
Mindy
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Psychological Injuries for Car Crash Survivors

Are you experiencing uncontrollable bouts of anxiety or fear following a car accident? Click here to see if, how, and why you may have collision-related PTSD.

Category: Car Accidents and DWI Accidents

12/21/2016
Adam
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Why You Should Always Complete Your Routine Car Inspections

Do you think having your car inspected is a waste of time? Click here to see why this chore doesn’t benefit only you, but everyone on the road.

Category: Car Accidents and DWI Accidents

12/21/2016
Steven M. Lee
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Consequences and Liability for Repeat Collision Offenders

You can use driving records and accident histories in your collision claim to convince a jury of a repeat offender’s liability and recklessness.

Category: Car Accidents and DWI Accidents

12/21/2016
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Effects of Passenger’s Weight on Collision Injuries

Excess weight can pose significant health problems. But did you know it can also increase injury risks in a car accident? Click here to learn why.

Category: Car Accidents and DWI Accidents

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12/15/2016
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Evidence That Will Prove Workplace Injury Negligence

The most important aspect of an injury claim is proving negligence. Ensure you’re building a strong claim by learning what evidence you need for success.

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

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12/13/2016
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Work Hazards of Power Tools in Construction and Carpentry

Construction sites depend on power tools to increase production. Unfortunately, these tools also increase risks. Click here to learn more about your dangers.

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

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12/13/2016
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Common Tanker Accidents and Injuries Can Be Prevented

Do you work on a tanker? If so, you need to learn more about your work environment hazards and what to do if you’re a victim of employer safety negligence.

Category: Maritime and Offshore Cases

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12/5/2016
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Common Back Injuries for Construction and Industrial Workers

Construction workers can’t afford to have back pain, yet their jobs place them at risk for injury everyday. learn how to keep your back strong and healthy here.

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

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12/2/2016
Steven M. Lee
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School Bus Accidents: Causes and Consequences

TAre you worried that your child isn’t safe on the school bus? Click here to learn the truth about school bus safety and who’s to blame when your child suffers.

Category: Truck Accidents and DWI Accidents

11/29/2016
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Nail Gun Accident Risks

A nail gun can be a construction worker’s friend or worst enemy. Before experiencing the agony of being impaled, read more about your risks.

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

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11/24/2016
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Recovering From a Severe On-the-Job Welding Accident

Welding may seem like a safer construction job than climbing scaffolding, but it does have its own risks. Read on to learn how to protect yourself at work.

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

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11/23/2016
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Building Collapses Often Put Construction Workers in Danger

Construction workers face many dangers on site, but one that’s often overlooked is the threat of a building collapse. Click here to learn more about your risks.

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

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11/22/2016
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Your Risk for Hearing Loss in Manufacturing Industries

Noise pollution is a serious worry for industrial and manufacturing workers. Without proper protection, they risk permanent hearing loss. Read on to learn more.

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

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11/18/2016
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Roadside Construction Jobs Place Workers at Risk

Construction is dangerous enough without adding fast-moving cars into the mix. Unfortunately roadside construction does just that. Learn your risk here.

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

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11/17/2016
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Effects of Pre-Existing Conditions on Workers’ Compensation

If you’ve ever suffered an injury—whether during childhood or last week—read on to learn how that injury could affect a future workers’ compensation claim.

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

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11/2/2016
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Importance of Reporting Workplace Accidents

When injured at work, you may not feel that it’s necessary to report the incident. Come learn why no matter the severity, all accidents should be reported.

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

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10/25/2016
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Long-Term Risks From Workplace Asbestos Exposure

Don’t insulate yourself from the truth. Click here to learn your very real risks of suffering long-term effects from workplace asbestos exposure.

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

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10/21/2016
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Will Your Job Be Waiting After Workers’ Compensation Ends?

Worried that your injury-related leave of absence, will cost you your job? Recover in peace by learning your job security rights under workers’ compensation.

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

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10/18/2016
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Overexertion, Exhaustion, and Workplace Injuries

Fatigue and strain are dangerous foes in any workplace. Take a minute to learn your risks and how to protect yourself from overexertion injuries.

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

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10/14/2016
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Cashier Work Injuries and Workers’ Compensation

Does your shift require you to stand and twist in front of a register for long hours? Learn how your painful suffering may qualify for workers’ compensation.

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

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10/13/2016
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Illnesses Linked to Workplace Carbon Monoxide Exposure

Carbon monoxide poisoning is a very real risk for construction and industrial workers alike. Before you put yourself in danger, click here to see why.

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

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10/13/2016
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Employment Risks for Developing Cancer

Did you know that some jobs are susceptible to causing employees to develop cancer? Click here to see if your job made the list.

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

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10/13/2016
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Health Risks Associated With Workplace Silica Exposure

Silica is a common, naturally occurring substance, but without proper precautions, exposure can be deadly. Read more about your on-the-job risks here.

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

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