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Have Auto Accidents Increased Due to the Pandemic?

Coronavirus has affected the lives of everyone across Texas. Schools and businesses have temporarily closed and many people are working from home. This has caused traffic on our streets to go down, but how has it affected traffic accidents? It may surprise you to learn that Texas still has a problem with auto accident fatalities despite the coronavirus lockdown. Since…
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How Has Coronavirus Affected Bicycling in Austin?

With coronavirus sweeping across the country, many individuals have found themselves stuck at home. This has left some people looking for a way to get the exercise they need while still observing social distancing. Thus, many Austinites have turned to cycling as a solution. However, this has caused a surge in interest for the sport, resulting in a bike shortage….
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What are the Different Types of Bicycle Accidents in Austin?

Cycling in an increasingly popular method of transportation in Austin, especially for University of Texas students. Depending on where you are cycling in the city, you may have an increased risk of being hit by a motor vehicle. Some areas of Austin do not have bike lanes that protect you from traffic. In addition, Austin drivers may violate safety rules…
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Meet Austin Work Injury Attorney Aaron Allison

After suffering an injury on the job, you need an experienced attorney to help you navigate the complexities of work injury law in order to receive the compensation you deserve. In this video, Austin work injury attorney Aaron Allison explains his history, his practice, his experience and how he can help you. Video Transcription: I’m licensed in Texas law. I’m…
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Do Nurses Have Higher Rates of Musculoskeletal Injuries?

Nurses are responsible for providing some of the most important patient care functions in hospitals. Although they may have dozens of job duties, nurses are often required to pick up and move patients. Therefore, nurses have higher rates of musculoskeletal injuries than other occupations. The Bureau of Labor Statistics found that nurses suffer three times as many musculoskeletal injuries as…
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