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Is Texas Tort Reform in Need of Changes? A Recent Fort Worth Medical Malpractice Case Makes a Strong Argument

The family of a Fort Worth mother who died following three seizures is suing the hospital where she was initially taken for treatment. The lawsuit, filed last month in Dallas County, accuses Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital, an emergency room doctor, and a neurologist of medical malpractice errors. The family of the 32-year-old is seeking monetary damages of over $1…
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What is a Soft Tissue Injury?

What are soft tissue injuries? Generally, this type of injury includes sprains, muscle tears, whiplash, strains and nerve damage. Whiplash occurs when the impact from a rear end collision forces one’s head and neck to move back and forth. Symptoms include stiffness of the neck, sharp neck pain, back problems, and even cognitive issues, such as concentration and memory difficulties….
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Children’s injuries on “moon walks” nearly double in recent years

Many Austin residents have either been on a moon walk or have let their children play on one sometime in their life. Also known as, jumpy houses or inflatable playgrounds, these toys have caused many children to suffer injuries. After a recent study, statistics have revealed that moon walk injuries have nearly doubled within the last few years. Every 46…
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Vicious pit bull causes injuries to 2 young kids

Dogs are man’s best friend and even children have a strong affinity for the furry friends. Dogs provide endless entertainment and joy for many Austin children but dogs and pets aren’t always perfect. When dogs act up, they might go to the bathroom inside the house, beg for food at the table or even bite people. Unfortunately, when a dog…
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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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