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Halloween Safety Tips: Keeping Your Children Safe This Halloween

Jarod Cassidy1 month ago

Children in costumes trick-or-treat on Halloween

Halloween is an exciting time for children and their families. As your kids get ready to hit the neighborhoods tonight in search of candy, make sure you are taking the necessary precautions to ensure their Halloween festivities are safe and without injury.

Halloween Costume Safety

Whether your child is dressing as a princess, a Paw Patrol pup, or a pirate, there are steps that you should take to ensure that your child’s costume will not harm them. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recommends the following:

  • Check that the costume is made of flame resistant materials, such as nylon and polyester.
  • Make sure your child is visible. Many Halloween costumes com in dark colors, so consider adding a strip of reflective material so motorists can spot your child more easily.
  • Avoid decorative contact lenses. Non-prescriptive lenses are not FDA approved and can pose a danger, especially to children.
  • Make sure any makeup is safe, or consider abandoning it all together to avoid the risk of hazardous materials like lead and cadmium. Before applying any makeup to you child, apply a small portion to their arm to make sure they are not allergic.
  • Remind your kids to take breathers. Wearing a mask on a hot costume for to long can cause discomfort and may make it difficult for your child to breathe. Have your child take breaks and remove their masks occasionally.
  • Watch for tripping hazards. Long costumes and masks can increase your child’s risk of tripping. Remind them to be cautious and to watch for potential tripping hazards.

Halloween Trick-or-Treating Safety

Once your child’s costume is determined to be safe, you are ready to head out for a night of trick-or-treating. The Texas Department of Public Safety advises parents to do the following:

  • Check your trick-or-treating route for sex offenders on the Department of Public Safety sex offender registry.
  • Have your child travel in a group under adult supervision.
  • Do not enter homes or vehicles of strangers along the route. Have your child avoid homes with their porch light off.
  • Remind your child to walk, not run, from house to house.
  • After trick-or-treating is over, check your child’s candy thoroughly before allowing them to eat it. Discard any candy with broken or open wrappers.

Has Your Child Suffered a Serious Injury Due to an Accident? Contact Thomas J Henry

If your child has been injured in an accident, contact Thomas J. Henry. Children are vulnerable to injury, especially when negligent individuals and property owners put their safety in jeopardy. Automobile accidents, unsafe premises, medical malpractice, and defective toys can all cause severe harm to our children.

When your child suffers from a severe injury, you need a law firm with experienced injury attorneys and the legal resources to win your case. Thomas J. Henry has experience representing clients from across the nation in various types of accidents and obtaining record-breaking, real results.

Contact us today for a free legal consultation. Our firm has offices in Corpus ChristiSan AntonioAustin, and Houston, serving clients across Texas and nationwide.

 

3 Siblings Dead After Being Struck by a Truck While Walking to Their School Bus

Jarod Cassidy1 month ago

Three siblings were killed and another child was injured Tuesday when they were struck by a pickup truck in rural Rochester, Indiana. The children were crossing the road to get to their school bus when the accident occurred.

About the Fatal Indiana Accident

According to CNN, 6-year-old twins and their 9-year-old sister were struck and killed by a 2017 Toyota Tacoma about 50 miles west of Fort Wayne, Indiana. Another student, 11, was hit by the pickup and sustained life-threatening injuries.

Investigators say the accident occurred around 7:15 am. The school bus was stopped on a two lane highway with its stop sign extended and its emergency lighting activated.

The 24-year-old driver of the Tacoma, remained at the scene. No citations or charges had been brought as of Tuesday afternoon.

The incident remains under investigation.

School Bus Accident Statistics

On average, of 30 school-age children are killed each year in school-transportation-related crashes — most of them outside of the bus or in other vehicles — according to newly updated federal data.

According to NHTSA, from 2006 to 2015, there were 324,710 fatal motor vehicle traffic crashes. Of those, 1,172 (0.4%) were classified as being related to school transportation.

Even within the school-transportation-related fatalities, less than a quarter of those killed are children. In the 2006 to 2015 time span, NHTSA’s data show that 1,313 people of all ages were killed in crashes related to school transportation, with 301 of them (23%) being school-age children (age 18 or younger).

The report also shows that most of the child fatalities take place outside of school buses or in other vehicles. Of the 301 school-age children killed in school-transportation-related crashes from 2006 to 2015:

  • 54 (18%) were occupants of school transportation vehicles
  • 137 (46%) were occupants of other vehicles
  • 102 (34%) were pedestrians
  • Eight (3%) were cyclists

According to NHTSA’s data, of the school-age pedestrians killed in school-transportation-related crashes from 2006 to 2015:

  • 61% were struck by school buses.
  • 3% were struck by vehicles functioning as school buses.
  • 36% were struck by other vehicles involved in the crashes.

NHTSA defines a school-transportation-related crash as one that involves, either directly or indirectly, a school bus body vehicle or a non-school bus functioning as a school bus, transporting children to or from school or school-related activities.

Contact an Experienced Bus Accident Attorney

If you or your child have been injured in a bus accident, contact Thomas J. Henry. Our team of experienced bus accident attorneys are available to evaluate your claim 24/7, nights and weekends. Thomas J. Henry has the financial resources and the track record of winning that you need in a law firm. Contact us today for a free case review. Our firm has offices in Corpus ChristiSan Antonio, Austin, and Houston, serving clients across Texas and nationwide.

120 Sick in in National Ground Beef Recall

Jarod Cassidy2 months ago

120 people have fallen ill across 22 states in connection with an ongoing recall of salmonella-contaminated ground beef.

Details of the Ground Beef Recall

NBC News reports that beef distributed by JBS Tolleson, Inc. of Tolleson, Arizona was sold by several large retailers including Walmart and Sam’s Club. The company recalled 6.5 million pounds of beef products earlier this month when the contamination was discovered.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that 33 of the 120 people who have fallen ill were hospitalized with severe infections. Fortunately, no deaths have been reported.

The products were sold under several labels, including Cedar River Farms, Gourmet Burger, Grass Run Farms Natural Beef, JBS Generic, Showcase and Showcase/Walmart. Affected products were sold at retailers including Walmart Stores in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada, and Texas.

Other affected Texas retailers, include:

  • Acacia Food Mart of Houston, Texas
  • Ali Baba International Food Market, Inc. of San Antonio, Texas
  • Bakkal Mart of Richardson, Texas
  • Giza Specialty Foods of Bedford, Texas
  • International Food Market of Austin, Texas
  • Mark Specialty Food LLC of Euless, Texas

Salmonella Symptoms and Statistics

  • According to the CDC, Salmonella causes in one million food borne illnesses every year, resulting in 19,000 hospitalizations and 380 deaths.
  • Common symptoms include:
    • Diarrhea
    • Fever
    • Abdominal cramps
  • Symptoms appear 12 to 72 hours after infection and usually persist for four to seven days.
  • Infections and illness tend to be more serious in young children, the elderly, and those with weakened immune systems.

Contact an Experienced Product Liability Attorney

If you or a loved one have suffered an injury or illness due to a defective or dangerous product, contact Thomas J. Henry. Over two decades of experience handling a multitude of defective product cases and extensive legal and financial resources allow us to provide our clients with truly dynamic legal representation. Thomas J. Henry has a proven track record of achieving real results for clients devastated by recalled products.

Let us help you recover the compensation you are entitled to. Our firm has offices in Corpus ChristiSan Antonio, Austin, and Houston, serving clients across Texas and nationwide. Contact us today for a free case review.

At Least 1 Dead in Work Bus Crash Near Freeport

Jarod Cassidy2 months ago

At least one person is dead and several others are injured as a result of a work bus crash in Freeport that occurred Tuesday afternoon.

Details of the Freeport Bus Crash

The Laredo Morning Times reports that the bus was carrying about 30 workers from a nearby Zachry Industrial plant when it rolled over on the Highway 36 bridge near the Brazos River.

The bus driver told authorities that he was traveling 60 mph and changing lanes when the back of the bus began to fishtail. The driver over-corrected causing the bus to overturn and roll several times before landing on its side.

One man died at the scene and about 30 other workers were transported to a nearby hospital. The extents of the injuries suffered were not immediately available.

The crash remains under investigation.

Bus Accident Statistics

  • According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), 3,978 large trucks and buses were involved in fatal crashes.
  • The number of injury crashes involving buses and large trucks increased by 55 percent between 2009 and 2014.
  • From 2004 to 2014, intercity bus accidents accounted for 13 percent of all fatal bus crashes. School buses accounted for 41 percent and transit buses accounted for 33 percent.

Contact an Experienced Bus Accident Attorney

If you or your child have been injured in a bus accident, contact Thomas J. Henry. Our team of experienced bus accident attorneys are available to evaluate your claim 24/7, nights and weekends. Thomas J. Henry has the financial resources and the track record of winning that you need in a law firm.

 

Teen Driver Rear-Ends Somerset School Bus Carrying 40 Students

Jarod Cassidy2 months ago

Authorities say a 17-year-old driver rear-ended a Somerset ISD school bus that was carrying more than 40 elementary school students early Tuesday morning.

Details of the Somerset School Bus Accident

According to KSAT, the collision occurred around 7 am in the 20800 block of Highway 16.

Preliminary reports say the Somerset ISD school bus was stopped and had its stop sign deployed and its flashing lights active when it was struck by the 17-year-old Somerset High School student. The teen’s Ford Branco became wedged under the back of the bus, and the teen had to be extricated from the vehicle.

The teen was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. No life-threatening injuries to bus passengers either.

School Bus Accident Statistics

On average, of 30 school-age children are killed each year in school-transportation-related crashes — most of them outside of the bus or in other vehicles — according to newly updated federal data.

According to NHTSA, from 2006 to 2015, there were 324,710 fatal motor vehicle traffic crashes. Of those, 1,172 (0.4%) were classified as being related to school transportation.

Even within the school-transportation-related fatalities, less than a quarter of those killed are children. In the 2006 to 2015 time span, NHTSA’s data show that 1,313 people of all ages were killed in crashes related to school transportation, with 301 of them (23%) being school-age children (age 18 or younger).

The report also shows that most of the child fatalities take place outside of school buses or in other vehicles. Of the 301 school-age children killed in school-transportation-related crashes from 2006 to 2015:

  • 54 (18%) were occupants of school transportation vehicles
  • 137 (46%) were occupants of other vehicles
  • 102 (34%) were pedestrians
  • Eight (3%) were cyclists

According to NHTSA’s data, of the school-age pedestrians killed in school-transportation-related crashes from 2006 to 2015:

  • 61% were struck by school buses.
  • 3% were struck by vehicles functioning as school buses.
  • 36% were struck by other vehicles involved in the crashes.

NHTSA defines a school-transportation-related crash as one that involves, either directly or indirectly, a school bus body vehicle or a non-school bus functioning as a school bus, transporting children to or from school or school-related activities.

Contact an Experienced Bus Accident Attorney

If you or your child have been injured in a bus accident, contact Thomas J. Henry. Our team of experienced bus accident attorneys are available to evaluate your claim 24/7, nights and weekends. Thomas J. Henry has the financial resources and the track record of winning that you need in a law firm. Contact us today for a free case review. Our firm has offices in Corpus ChristiSan Antonio, Austin, and Houston, serving clients across Texas and nationwide.

 

$40 Million Lawsuit Alleges Employer Covered-Up Asbestos in Apartments

Amy Barenboim3 months ago

 

Employees allege in a $40 million lawsuit that the managers of a Southwest Portland Apartment Complex endangered them by exposing them to asbestos even though constructions crews had warned about the presence of asbestos.

Details of the $40 Million Asbestos Lawsuit

According to reports, two former employees of Tandem Property Management filed a lawsuit Monday. They claim they were fired by the company in retaliation for knowing about the cover-up of the presence of asbestos at the Commons at Sylvan Highland Apartments.

Thomas Clarey, the President of the company, did not immediately return messages for comment.

A lawyer for the plaintiffs said he does not believe the residents of 1380 S.W. 66th Ave have been notified about the asbestos.

The lawsuit claims that while crews were remodeling five vacant apartment in May, they discovered what appeared to be asbestos. The lawsuit continues to allege that the company’s president was furious. He visited the site, “yelling that there was no asbestos and that they all needed to get back to work,” the suit says.

Three of the workers were removed from the job and within a few days were fired because management thought “they were ‘loose cannons’ that might call the Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) about the potential asbestos,” the suit says.

According to the suit, in June management directed a new crew to carry debris through the building’s halls and down its elevator. This crew also discovered an indication of asbestos. Someone on the crew tested a sample, which tested positive for the dangerous fibers.

The crew notified management, but the next day, management told two employees to remove the asbestos-laden sheetrock without proper protective gear or training, the suit claims.

Michael Fuller, a Portland attorney who filed the lawsuit, represents Khataun Thompson, an apartment groundskeeper who was asked to work on one of the renovation teams. The suit alleges that Thompson was removed from the project and subsequently fired in July because he knew about the asbestos, and because he is black.

The suits says that Thompson filed an OSHA complaint about the asbestos. An OSHA spokesman couldn’t immediately be reached for more information.

Fuller also is representing Thompson’s fiancee, Alyssa DeWeese, a leasing agent who contends she was fired in July as retaliation after she found out about the asbestos.

What is Asbestos?

Asbestos has known carcinogen for a long time, and is believed to be so dangerous that even brief exposures can develop into life-threatening diseases decades later. Public pressure has mounted in recent years to tighten controls, and government regulations outline specific procedures for properly removing asbestos, which can be time-consuming and expensive.

Government officials take the proper handling of asbestos so seriously that in recent years, at least two Oregon businessmen have been convicted of crimes for their mishandling of asbestos removal projects.

In 2012, developer Daniel Desler was convicted for negligently releasing asbestos into the air as he tried to redevelop an old sawmill in Sweet Home into a housing development.

In 2015, real estate agent Bill Gaffney was convicted of recklessly endangering others after hiring untrained day laborers to remove asbestos-laden materials from a Southeast house he was remodeling.

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If you or a loved one were injured on the job, contact Thomas J. Henry. Workplace accident victims deserve quality, dynamic representation from attorneys with the experience and legal resources to properly develop their case. Oftentimes, workplace injuries are severe and debilitating and put individuals out of work for an extended period of time.

Our work accident lawyers will take immediate action on your case and make sure you are comfortable and informed throughout the entire legal process. Contact us today for a free case review. Our firm has offices in Corpus ChristiSan Antonio, Austin, and Houston, serving clients across Texas and nationwide.

Jacksonville Shooting Survivor Killed In South Texas Crash

Alyssa Norwillo3 months ago

A car crash that occurred in South Texas on Sunday killed a 25-year-old Robstown man, who was a survivor of a mass shooting that occurred during a video game tournament in Jacksonville, Florida last month.

Details of the South Texas Accident

According to Sgt. Nathan Brandley, spokesman for the Texas Department of Public Safety, Ryen Aleman died in a single-vehicle accident on Sunday.

Aleman was driving west on Highway 44 and lost control of his 2008 Nissan Altima near the Violet Road exit, at about 3:45 a.m., roughly three miles west of Corpus Christi.

“For unknown reasons the driver veered off the right of side of the roadway and overturned multiple times, striking the railroad tracks,” Brandley said. “The driver was not wearing his seatbelt at the time of the crash and was ejected upon impact onto the railroad tracks.”

Aleman died at the scene. DPS Troopers will begin an investigation for the crash, said Brandley.

Grieving friends and family of Aleman have been posting heartfelt messages and condolences on Facebook. Some friends commented on a photo he posted the night before that read “RIP” and “I can’t believe (you’re) gone.”

Monica Rivera, Aleman’s mother, has started a GoFundMe account for funeral expenses.

She writes on the page, “He was a survivor of the Jacksonville shooting at the Madden tournament and we were beyond blessed that he was okay and still here with us, but not even a month later, our Lord decided to call him home. He was loved by his family and his friends, the happiest, funny, and most easy person to get along with … We are hoping to raise money to give him a proper burial that he deserves.

Texas Auto Accident Statistics

The following information was provided by the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT):

  • 3,773 people were killed in Texas traffic accidents in 2016, marking a 5.45% increase from the 3,578 deaths reported in 2015.
  • 638 of the deaths reported in 2016 were attributed to head-on collision.
  • Alcohol was determined to be a factor in 987 traffic deaths, accounting for roughly 26% of all Texas traffic fatalities.
  • An additional 264,076 people were injured in auto accidents in Texas in 2016.
  • Based on reportable data for 2016, TxDOT estimates:
    • One person was killed in a traffic accident every 2 hours and 20 minutes.
    • One person was injured every 1 minute and 59 seconds.
    • A reportable crash occurred every 57 seconds.

Contact an Experienced Auto Accident Attorney

If you or a loved one have been injured in a car crash, contact Thomas J. Henry. Our experienced Corpus Christi car accident attorneys have experience handling a multitude of injury accidents, no matter how severe the crash or injury. You may be entitled to compensation for your damages if another driver acted negligently. Our firm has the experienced lawyers and financial resources that you need to achieve the real results you deserve.

Our firm has offices in Corpus ChristiSan AntonioAustin, and Houston, serving clients across Texas and nationwide. Call us today for a free case review — attorneys are available 24/7, nights and weekends. If you cannot make it to our office, we can visit you at your home, in the hospital, or at work.

KUSI Reporter David Davis Dies In Texas Crash

Alyssa Norwillo3 months ago

Damaged car from an accident with responding ambulance

David Davis, a former KUSI anchor and reporter who had just recently retired from the television station, was killed in a car crash in Texas.

About the Fatal Texas Crash

According to FOX 5 San Diego, David Davis was on a cross-country road trip when he was killed in a traffic accident near Dallas, according to a report released by KUSI on Wednesday night. The time of the occurrence is unclear.

Davis joined the KUSI team in January of 2003. He has anchored in four states and won several awards for his work, including coverage of the Jeffrey Dahmer capture and week long 9/11 reports from New York, said KUSI.

He attended the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, where he earned his degree in communications. According to KUSI, he was married and had two children.

KUSI released a statement about Davis’s passing, saying the following: “We pass along our condolences to the Davis family and all those he touched here in San Diego.”

Texas Auto Accident Statistics

The following information was provided by the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT):

  • 3,773 people were killed in Texas traffic accidents in 2016, marking a 5.45% increase from the 3,578 deaths reported in 2015.
  • 638 of the deaths reported in 2016 were attributed to head-on collision.
  • Alcohol was determined to be a factor in 987 traffic deaths, accounting for roughly 26% of all Texas traffic fatalities.
  • An additional 264,076 people were injured in auto accidents in Texas in 2016.
  • Based on reportable data for 2016, TxDOT estimates:
    • One person was killed in a traffic accident every 2 hours and 20 minutes.
    • One person was injured every 1 minute and 59 seconds.
    • A reportable crash occurred every 57 seconds.

Contact an Experienced Auto Accident Attorney

If you or a loved one have been injured in a car crash, contact Thomas J. Henry. Our experienced car accident attorneys have experience handling a multitude of injury accidents, no matter how severe the crash or injury. You may be entitled to compensation for your damages if another driver acted negligently. Our firm has the experienced lawyers and financial resources that you need to achieve the real results you deserve.

Our firm has offices in Corpus ChristiSan AntonioAustin, and Houston, serving clients across Texas and nationwide. Call us today for a free case review — attorneys are available 24/7, nights and weekends. If you cannot make it to our office, we can visit you at your home, in the hospital, or at work.

 

Doctors Call for Ban on Infant Walkers

Amy Barenboim3 months ago

More than five babies per day are injured in infant walkers, according to a new study. Although this number has dropped a significant amount over the past three decades, researchers still say the number is far too high.

About the Infant Walker Injury Study

According to estimates based on data from the national Electronic Injury Surveillance System, there were 230,676 infant walker-related injuries between 1990 and 2014 that impacted children younger than 15 months.

However, there may be more infant-walker related injuries than recorded because the study only included injuries that were treated in hospital, said study coauthor Dr. Gary Smith, director of the Center for Injury Research and Policy at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio.

“Baby walkers give quick mobility – up to four feet per second – to young children before they are developmentally ready,” Smith said in an email. “Baby walkers remain a serious and preventable source of injury to young children and should not be used. There are safer alternatives, such as stationary activity centers that spin, rock and bounce, but do not have wheels, and good old-fashioned belly time, where a child is placed on their belly on the floor and allowed to learn to gradually push themselves up, then crawl and eventually walk.”

According to the study published in Pediatrics, most injuries occurred while a child in a walker fell down stairs, injuring their head or neck.

Are Infant Walkers Safe?

Probably due to voluntary safety standards by manufacturers, the amount of injuries declined by 84.5% between 1990 and 2014. During the same period, injuries related to falling down stairs decreased by 91 percent. The number of walker-related injuries decreased again by 22.7 percent in 2010 when a mandatory federal safety standard was established.

However, 2,000 children were still injured in 2014.

The question is, why do parents still buy infant walkers?

“Many parents believe baby walkers offer their children entertainment, promote walking and providing a baby with an activity while the parents are busy doing something else,” Smith said. “Baby walkers do not promote walking skills. In fact, other studies have demonstrated that baby walkers can transiently delay mental and motor development.”

Ultimately, Smith said, “baby walkers provide no substantial benefit to children and pose significant injury risk. Because of the lack of benefits and the serious injuries that can result from the use of baby walkers, we support the American Academy of Pediatrics’ call for a ban on the manufacture, sale, and importation of baby walkers.”

Dr. Leticia Manning Ryan would also like to see a ban infant walkers.

“Although there have been efforts to reduce injuries, which have been successful in reducing some, we’re still seeing them,” said Ryan, who directs research in pediatric emergency medicine at Johns Hopkins University. “Given that the product offers no benefit and there are safer alternatives, I support the recommendation to ban the manufacture and sale of baby walkers.”

Children can zip around in these walkers, Ryan said. “Parents might not realize that until the moment they are trying to prevent a child from reaching the stairs or something else unsafe,” she said. “We actually still do see these injuries in pediatric emergency. The injuries can be quite serious. You sometimes see skull fractures.”

In fact, Smith said, “a previous study we conducted on baby walker-related injuries treated in the emergency department of Nationwide Children’s Hospital found that about one out of every ten injuries was a skull fracture. In addition, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission reported that there were eight child deaths associated with baby walkers from 2004 to 2008.”

Has Your Child Been Injured by an Infant Walker?

If your child was injured by a defective or unsafe toy, contact Thomas J. Henry. Our child injury attorneys have represented children across the country who have been injured by toys that are dangerous and unfit to be around children. Parents should not have to fear for their child’s well-being and safety when playing with a toy. Manufacturers are tasked with providing safe toys and clear instructions.

Our firm has offices in Corpus ChristiSan Antonio, and Houston, serving clients across Texas and nationwide. Call us today if your child was hurt by an unsafe toy — our lawyers are available 24/7, nights and weekends to evaluate your claim and provide you with a free case review.

5 Safety Tips For Driving On Wet Roads

Alyssa Norwillo3 months ago

Damaged car from an accident with responding ambulance

The Texas Department of Public Safety has offered some essential safety tips for the colder seasons, when weather conditions can make roads more dangerous for drivers.

Safety Tips for Hazardous Road Conditions

  • Reduce your speed. Speed limits are based on normal road and weather conditions, and thus may not be safe for winter road conditions.
  • Maintain at least three times the normal following distance when snow or ice may be present.
  • Watch carefully for snow removal equipment and always make sure to stay at least 200 feet back if you are behind a snow plow.
  • Use extra caution on bridges, ramps, overpasses and shaded areas, as they tend to freeze first.
  • If you start to slide, ease off the gas pedal or brakes. Steer into the direction of the skid until you have regained traction, then straighten your vehicle.

Weather-Related Crash Statistics

According to the United States Federal Highway Administration (FHWA):

  • 1,258,978 crashes occurred due to adverse weather and/or slick pavement conditions over a 10-year period from 2005 to 2014, resulting in 445,303 injured people and 5,897 fatalities.
  • These annual averages account for approximately 22% of vehicle crashes over the same 10-year period.
  • The vast majority of most weather-related crashes happen on wet pavement and during rainfall, with
    • 73% on wet pavement
    • 46% during rainfall

Contact an Experienced Auto Accident Attorney

If you or a loved one have been injured in a car crash, contact Thomas J. Henry. Our experienced auto accident attorneys have experience handling a multitude of injury accidents, no matter how severe the crash or injury. You may be entitled to compensation for your damages if another driver acted negligently. Our firm has the experienced lawyers and financial resources that you need to achieve the real results you deserve.

Our firm has offices in Corpus ChristiSan AntonioAustin, and Houston, serving clients across Texas and nationwide. Call us today for a free case review — attorneys are available 24/7, nights and weekends. If you cannot make it to our office, we can visit you at your home, in the hospital, or at work.

 

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