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Can a Bicyclist Be at Fault for an Accident?

Most people assume that because a bicyclist can suffer more serious injuries in a collision than a motorist, he or she will not be at fault for a crash. Yet the laws in most states, including Texas, give bicyclists the same rights and responsibilities as motor vehicle drivers – meaning the law can find them […]

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Types of Paralysis

Paralysis refers to the loss of muscle function and/or sensation in part of the body. While most people associate paralysis with spinal cord injuries, many different injuries, illnesses and natural-born conditions can lead to paralysis. The common causes of paralysis include traumatic accidents, infections, cancers, strokes, brain injuries, surgical errors and cerebral palsy. Learning the […]

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Best Ways to Reduce Distracted Driving

Distracted driving is one of the deadliest risks on the road. A distracted driver may be unable to swerve, hit the brakes or otherwise react to a changing roadway situation in time to prevent a vehicle collision. Unfortunately, driving distracted is also one of the most common mistakes drivers make. As a motorist in Houston, […]

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The Dangers of Indoor Play Areas

Many parents assume indoor play areas, such as those at many fast-food chains, are reasonably safe for kids. After all, manufacturers design indoor play areas specifically for young children. They should not contain hazards or defects that put kids’ lives in danger. Unfortunately, defective products, failure to adhere to safety standards, negligent maintenance and many […]

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Safety Tips for Driving Around Work Zones

Work zones can be dangerous settings for drivers. They often have bright floodlights, heavy machinery, workers present, confusing detours, and other hazards and distractions that can lead to car accidents. In the past five years, work zone accidents caused over 200,000 injuries and 4,400 deaths, according to the Federal Highway Administration. Avoid driving through work […]

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