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December 2018 Archives

What should a victim do after a motor vehicle accident?

Experiencing a motor vehicle accident in Houston can be terrifying and confusing. In the blink of an eye, a victim may go from commuting down the road to sustaining serious and life-altering injurie due to the negligent driving of another person. This post addresses some of the important steps that victims can take to protect their rights in the wake of their vehicle collisions.

While serving others, healthcare workers suffer serious injuries

From the surgeon who performs a life-saving operation on a patient, to the support staffer who wheels that patient out of the operating room and back to their recovery room, healthcare professionals are under constant demands on their physical stamina and mental acuteness. Texas residents who work in this important field understand how quickly the stress and strain of helping others can affect the physical well-being of those they serve. As a result, though, many healthcare workers suffer serious injuries as a result of doing their jobs.

Family members can take action after fatal pedestrian crashes

Pedestrian accidents are some of the most traumatic and deadly collisions a person can experience on the road. Between the substantial size and weight discrepancy between a person and a vehicle and the fact that the human body is not nearly as durable as steel, glass and other vehicle components, pedestrians involved in these collisions tend to suffer horrific injuries.

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