Personal Injury and Workers Compensation Newsletters

Stay Safe On or Around Motorcycles

Personal Injury Attorneys in Austin Representing Bikers This year’s Republic of Texas Biker Rally in Austin went down as one of the safest in recent memory. The weekend when thousands of bikers descend upon the town for the event always sees the number of crashes spike, but this was the first time since 2009 there were no crash-related deaths. For…
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What Do New Workers’ Comp Disciplinary Actions Mean for Texas Workers?

Austin Personal Injury Attorneys Explain Workers’ Comp Violations The Division of Workers’ Compensation (DWC) has recently released information about fines levied against companies that failed to provide health care and workers’ compensation benefits to injured workers. In the first ten months of 2014, the DWC has issued nearly $1.8 million in penalties, mostly to insurance carriers. Healthcare providers, employers and…
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Austin Bicycle Accidents Shown in Interactive Map

Austin Bicycle Accident Lawyer Discusses Local Bike Wrecks Have you ever wondered where the most traffic accidents involving bicycles happen in Austin? The creators of a city-mapping project at MIT have an answer for you. You Are Here is a project created by a group of artists, mathematicians, designers and scientists that collects urban data on American cities, including data…
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What Businesses in Texas are Workers Comp Nonsubscribers?

Our Austin Injury Attorneys Assist with Workers Compensation Claims Texas law permits employers to opt out of workers compensation, often in favor of alternative policies. These companies, known as nonsubscribers, often provide limited or no benefits to their injured and disabled employees, but injured employees may sue these nonsubscribing employers to receive compensation. Employees of companies that have workers compensation…
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