March 2016 Archives

Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson sued over son's car crash

A person drives negligently and hits another car, injuring someone else. That is a clear-cut case of personal injury, but the plaintiff may have options besides pursuing damages from the driver. Other parties who were not present at the accident scene may also be liable, because of actions (or inactions) that occurred before the crash.

How construction scaffolds can put workers at risk of injury

Most major construction projects require workers to do much of their jobs high above the ground. Building or remodeling skyscrapers and other tall buildings require scaffolding, hoists, ladders and other ways to get workers up in the air. The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration estimates that 65 percent of construction workers frequently use scaffolds, so it is not surprising that falls from scaffolds are sadly common.

When trucking company negligence causes a crash

Commercial trucks play a vital role in the U.S. economy. Without tractor-trailers and delivery trucks, raw materials and finished goods would not get to their destinations quickly and efficiently, and consumers would struggle to get food, clothing and other necessities.

The truth about doctors and workers' compensation in Texas

Ideally, after someone gets seriously hurt or sick on the job, it should be obvious to any doctor. In reality, the doctor who examines you after a work injury can make a big difference between being approved or rejected for workers’ compensation.

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Odessa, TX 79761

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