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States Where Marijuana is Legal are Having Increased Car Crashes

Car Accidents

Today I read a study that is interesting but unsurprising. It turns out that according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, crash frequency from states where recreational marijuana is legal is...

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Fraud and Healthcare

Recent News, Wrongful Death

Several months ago I wrote a blog about a Medicare fraud committed by a local Frisco company, Novus Health Services and Optim Health Services, known collectively as Novus. An Arlington doctor plead...

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Natural Gas Main Leaks a Canary in the Coal Mine

Personal Injury

If you have been keeping up with this blog, you know how I feel about most “accidents.” Most are not truly accidents, in that, if someone was paying attention, many can be...

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Tips for a Safer Bicycle Ride

Personal Injury

Unfortunately, not all bike rides end safely for a cyclist. Accidents between a cyclist and a vehicle are all too common. For this reason, it is important that all cyclists abide by...

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Bicycle Helmet Laws in Texas

Personal Injury

Currently, there are no state laws requiring any bicyclist of any age in the state of Texas to wear a bicycle helmet. It is still recommended, though, that all bicyclists wear a...

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Sharrow Lanes: Benefits and Laws for Using Them

Motorcycle Accidents

Bicyclists and drivers on Texas roads may have recently seen lanes newly marked with a bicycle and two chevrons. These lanes are known as sharrow lanes and have recently been approved by...

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The Nationwide Impact of Washington State’s E-DUI Law

Car Accidents, Personal Injury

The Nationwide Impact of Washington State’s E-DUI Law Many states have texting and driving laws but still allow drivers to hold their phone up to their ear to talk on it. However,...

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Be Extra Careful Out there on August 2

Car Accidents

“August 2 is the deadliest driving day of the year. There were more traffic fatalities (505) due to motor vehicle crashes on this date than any other of the calendar year over...

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Dog Safety In Our Communities

Dog Bite Injury

Let me start by saying that I love dogs. My wife and I are kept in line by a black and tan miniature dachshund named Maggie Mae. We actively support the Legacy...

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Common Workplace Injuries

Personal Injury

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Texas sees an average of 250,000 workplace injuries and illnesses every year. This high number is not surprising, considering that the major industries in...

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