Personal Injury and Workers Compensation Newsletters

Increasing Number of Pedestrian Accidents Reported in Austin

Our Austin Injury Attorney Examines Pedestrian Accident Facts With pleasant weather throughout the year, Austinites love taking walks on the city’s many trails and through the picturesque neighborhoods. However, a stroll in the evening as the temperature cools off, a walk with the dog or a jog around the neighborhood can be dangerous as a pedestrian. In cases of pedestrian…
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Workers Comp and Employees of Nonsubscribing Health Care Providers

Our Austin Injury Attorney Represents Victims of Injuries On the Job When we consider employees in need of workers compensation, we often think about those who handle machinery or heavy equipment that can cause harm if the work environment is unsafe. However, health care provider employees suffer a large percentage of work-related injuries in the state, and they need the…
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Supreme Court Clears Path for More Tort Lawsuits Against the Federal Government

Austin Personal Injury Attorney Discusses Federal Lawsuits The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 last month to allow judges to extend the deadline for liability lawsuits against the government. This landmark case will affect how many lawsuits the federal government will have to deal with each year, but for many victims of government negligence, the ruling is long overdue. In essence, the…
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Proposal to Prevent Texas Fertilizer Explosions Immediately Meets Resistance

Austin Injury Attorney Ponders Ramifications of Disaster in West West Fertilizer Company, in a small Texas town also called West, was founded in 1962 and has supplied chemicals to farmers in the area ever since. The facility, which stores 240 tons of ammonium nitrate and 50 tons of anhydrous ammonia on its premises, was last inspected by OSHA in 1985,…
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