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May 2017 Archives

Man files premises liability lawsuit re fall on slippery stairs

Slip-and-fall accidents have injured countless individuals in Texas and across the country. There are numerous circumstances that can lead to a similar incident, such as inclement weather or inattention. However, some of these accidents occur on account of unsafe conditions on the property of another party, which has lead to numerous premises liability lawsuits throughout the years.

Sports stop being fun when your child suffers a brain injury

Spring time in Texas often includes stadiums full of screaming fans, cheering on local children taking part in elementary and high school sporting events. From soccer to baseball, track and field, lacrosse and more, parents, aunts, uncles, grandparents and neighbors often come out to enjoy rooting for their favorite teams. All that fun comes to a screeching halt when a child athlete gets injured.

Serious or fatal workplace accidents: Pursuing financial relief

Construction workers in Texas and across the country are often forced to operate at heights while on the job site. Safety equipment and regulations might make these instances less intimidating and dangerous, but some level of risk still remains. Falls are some of the more prevalent causes of injuries in workplace accidents in numerous fields of employment. A recent incident at a construction site involving a fall left one man injured and killed another.

Developing a treatment plan after a spinal cord injury

As a construction worker, you know that your job comes with many hazards. If something goes wrong, each of those hazards poses a health risks to you. For instance, some of the most serious, life-threatening, and permanent injuries to construction workers Texas come from falls. In addition to a traumatic brain injury, broken bones and internal injuries, you run the risk of suffering a debilitating spinal cord injury.

What to do when a loved one has died in a nursing home

You probably remember the day your parent moved into the nursing home you had carefully chosen together. Such times are often highly emotional, and many adult children experience worry and anxiety, wondering whether they made the right choices for their loved ones. Whether your parent spent only a few weeks in residence before passing away, or had been living in the same Texas facility for a longer period of time, it's never easy when the time comes to say goodbye.

Certain jobs may include a higher risk for workplace accidents

Companies in Texas and across the country are constantly reviewing and updating safety procedures in an attempt to protect the health of employees. However, some professions are inherently more dangerous than others, which often makes this process significantly more difficult. Despite a vast increase in precautions, workplace accidents continue to take place, and often have devastating consequences.

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