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Most Common Winter Accidents

In Texas, we rarely see several feet of snow, but we do see plenty of ice. Ice storms, freezing rain, and mixtures of snow and rain can create deadline roadway conditions in urban and rural environments. Meteorologists strongly suggest staying indoors during inclement winter weather, but some people can’t stay home. If you understand the […]


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Your Guide to Hypothermia: Warning Signs and Prevention

Hypothermia may occur when your core body temperature drops below 96 F. The condition can cause changes in bodily functions including your heart rate. Over time, subnormal temperature will stop the heart completely. People can recover from severe hypothermia, but they must often receive immediate and complete medical support. The Risk of Hypothermia Winter represents […]


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Can You Sue After Bad Plastic Surgery?

Plastic surgery can refer to reconstructive surgeries after injuries as well as elective surgeries designed to alter physical appearance. While plastic surgery serves an important role to improve body functioning and self-confidence, the public may associate the medical field with stories of surgeries gone wrong. In limited cases, plastic surgery patients may file lawsuits against […]


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What Are the Fault Deciding Factors in a Rear End Accident?

Car accidents occur for any number of reasons. Distracted driving, intoxication, and traffic violations can all play direct roles in a crash. Of all the car accident types, rear end collisions are among the most common. Rear end accidents are, often, “fender benders,” that are more of an annoyance than a cause of injury. One […]


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How is Fault Determined in a Winter Accident?

With the onset of winter comes hazardous road conditions – snow, ice, and sleet bring slippery conditions to the nation’s roadways. Extreme weather conditions may even keep important first responders such as firefighters, police, and paramedics from doing their jobs more effectively. A study at Marquette University in Michigan found that 116,000 people are injured […]


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