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Student injured by Texas school theater prop

A 16-year-old Boerne High School student was recently injured while he was attempting to flip a page of a 12-foot yearbook, which was a prop for a school musical. The wooden yearbook, which stood more than twice the student’s height, and weighed about 500 pounds, fell over on top of him. The accident caused multiple injuries, including a compound fracture…
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Water Safety During the Hot Texas Summer

As the summer temperatures reach the triple digits this week, many in Austin will be looking to cool off in a nearby pool or lake. Swimming pools allow Austin residents to enjoy the outdoors during the hot summer, but safety must be a priority. On June 13, a local man swam the length of Lake Austin to raise awareness for…
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Falling Tree Branches and Premises Liability Claims

Heavy rains and thunderstorms have already hit the Austin area several times this year. The wind that accompanies many of the storms can be strong enough to break tree branches and uproot healthy trees. However, rotting or dead trees do not stand up in a strong wind and are also prone to fall at any time. If they do damage…
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