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7 Nov 2018
Teen Driving: Cell Phones

  Teenagers find themselves at the beginning of a dangerous learning curve when they start driving – and the dangers can be greatly aggravated by the distractions and temptations common to this age group. This five-part blog series will take a look at the threats

7 Oct 2018
Tips From Our Car Accident Attorney

Taking Photos at an Accident Have you ever found yourself on the “receiving end” of a car accident? If so, you may have felt too rattled to do much of anything. Maybe you got witnesses' contact information; maybe you even took photographs of your damaged

1 Aug 2018
Smart Driving for School Safety: Avoiding Accidents

Smart Driving for School Safety: Avoiding Accidents Few events are more horrifying than auto accidents – except for auto accidents that involve schoolchildren. Stories about cars hitting kids who are simply walking to or from school can make anybody cringe. But these events occur with

4 Jul 2018
Preventing Workplace Injuries: How Employees Can Help

Workplace injuries are a depressingly common problem. The latest available report from the Bureau of Labor Statistic (from 2016) stated that nearly 3 out of every 100 full-time employees sustained non-fatal injuries at work. With so many injuries causing pain, disability, and absenteeism, both employees

6 May 2018
Texting While Driving in Austin: A Dangerous Combination

If you're paying more attention to your thumbs or your smartphone than to the road in front of you, you could be in for trouble – both from a legal standpoint and in the form of injury or death. Let us take a look at

9 Apr 2018
Teen Drunk Driving: Still a Problem at Prom Time

It may be heartening to read the statistics stating that drunk driving deaths have declined over the past 10 years. But as of 2016 (the latest available data), a drunk driving fatality is still occurring every 50 minutes in the country. But of course, that's

8 Feb 2018
Protecting Yourself Against Road Rage

When another driver cuts you off, deliberately tailgates you, or tries to get you into a car accident, you may feel a little anger of your own – as well as some justifiable fear. When you consider that two-thirds of all traffic fatalities are associated

1 Sep 2017
Dangers of Concussions

  Concussions have the potential of being dangerous injuries. The CDC states that concussions are “caused by a bump, blow, or jolt to the head or by a hit to the body that causes the head and brain to move rapidly back and forth. This