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Examples of Criminal Negligence

When most people think of negligence, what comes to their mind is usually civil negligence. Fans of television’s longest-running medical...

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Most Common Pedestrian Accident Injuries

Austin’s rise to becoming a global hub of tech, culture, and music is quite an accomplishment. However, even in a...

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Most Common Bicycle Accident Injuries

Common Bike Accident Injuries Being in a bicycle accident is more than just an annoyance or inconvenience. In many cases,...

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Legal Checklist for What to Do When Someone Dies

When a loved one passes, it can be difficult to focus on much other than grief. It is important to...

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Can You Sue for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury?

Any time a person is hit on the head falls so their head hits a solid object, or is shaken...

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Exceptions To the Texas Statute of Limitations, Explained

If you have been injured by someone’s wrongful or negligent actions in Texas, you may have the right to file...

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The Difference between Negligence and Liability

Your safety and well-being depend on one of the most important elements of existing in a society — the idea...

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Does Insurance Cover Injuries from Trips, Slips, and Falls?

Slips, trips, and falls are surprisingly serious causes of injury, resulting in 42,114 deaths and about 8 million emergency room...

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How to Prove a Back Injury at Work

When you injure your back at work, your first thought is not likely going to be to call a spinal...

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What Is a Full-Thickness Burn Injury?

Full-thickness burns — or third-degree burns — are burns that damage or even destroy both layers of skin, including the...

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What Are the Main Causes of Industrial Accidents?

Industrial workers put themselves at risk every day to keep the systems running that make sure people in the community...

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What Goes in an Electrocution Accident Report?

Electrocution injuries are extremely dangerous — killing almost 1000 and injuring almost 30,000 people in the United States each year...

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