Our Texas Personal Injury Blog

Follow our blog as we share news, information, and our thoughts on a variety of personal injury topics. Learn about common injury cases, your rights, helpful tips after an injury, and much more to help your legal claim.

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  • A Bumpy Ride Because amusement parks have the responsibility to meet state and federal regulations and provide a safe environment for its visitors, if injury occurs as a...
  • Personal Watercraft Perils Personal watercraft (PWC) like jet skis can bring thrills as well as danger. From wearing a proper life jacket to understanding right-of-way laws on the water, taking the time to go over key safety factors can help you avoid an accident on the water this summer.
  • Don’t Sizzle This Summer Texas summers are no joke. Heat safety is incredibly important, especially for those who work outside. Here are some tips to help you beat the heat in the coming months.
  • Smartphone Sleepwalking Injuries and deaths among walkers distracted by their cell phones have spiked. Avoid becoming a statistic by learning more about ways keep your focus.
  • High-Tech Safety Solutions Thousands of workers are seriously injured or die each year while on the job. New technologies have been developed to eliminate workplace fatalities...
  • Sleeping on the Job More than 43 percent of workers are sleep deprived. These startling statistics will wake you up to the dangers of fatigue at work or on the job...
  • Youth Passenger Safety This Summer From leaving a child in a hot car to improperly installing a car seat, keeping kids safe from these types of harm in or around automobiles is a community...
  • Negligence Explained In order to be successful with your personal injury claim, there are four elements in proving negligence. We break them down here.
  • Steering Clear of Boating Disasters It’s always a good idea to review boating safety rules and practices before leaving the dock. Below are a few safety tips to help you boat responsibly.
  • Tips for Preventing Dog Bites Dog bites cause pain and injury to victims, as well as potential legal issues for the dog’s owner. Here are excellent tips for preventing a dog bite incident.