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Why You Should Always Take Head Injuries Seriously

There is a lot of research available regarding Traumatic Brain Injury, or TBI, that indicates a very strong connection between even the “mildest” form of head injury and diseases such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s. What that means is, any accident that causes any level of brain injury has the potential to leave behind a lot…

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Head Injuries, Pedestrian Injuries

Another Salmonella Outbreak and Some Foods To Be Careful With

Not long ago, we told you about a salmonella outbreak connected to lettuce that had the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention asking all American to avoid eating romaine lettuce altogether. Now, there is a second salmonella outbreak under investigation for the same contamination, this time related to fresh-cut fruit. According to the CDC, this…

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Food Poisoning, Recall

When a Minor Shoots Others, Who’s Liable Under Texas Law?

Over the past several weeks, it seems as if everyone in the state of Texas has been mourning the recent tragedy that occurred at Santa Fe High School in the southeast Texas town of Santa Fe., about 30 miles outside Houston.  Authorities are investigating the incident, which took the lives of 10 students: Jared Black,…

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Product Liability

Fiat Chrysler Issues Massive Vehicle Recall

The last several years have been the most drastic ever when it comes to motor vehicle recalls. This is because automakers apparently let things go for too long a few years back and paid dearly for that, in the form of government fines and lawsuit settlements. Now, they are becoming more proactive and trying to…

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Automotive Defects, Recall

Study: Some Kids Too Young for Tackle Football

A new study conducted by brain researchers at Boston University, was recently published in the Annals of Neurology that has many parents wondering about letting their kids play tackle football. The study revealed that children who begin playing full-contact tackle football before the age of 12 were more likely to develop many of the cognitive…

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Commercial Litigation, Product Liability

In Wake of Texas Balloon Tragedy, Congress Considers Changes

In an attempt to avoid a recurrence of the 2016 Texas hot air balloon crash that killed 16 people, the U.S. House of Representatives last week approved a measure, proposed by Texas Rep. Lloyd Doggett, that would require that all commercial hot air ballon pilots undergo medica checks before taking flight. More specifically, the wide-ranging…

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Aviation Accidents

CDC Warning: Stop Eating Romaine Lettuce

Public health officials from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have issued a very special and very dire warning regarding an E. Coli outbreak that has now spread to at least 16 states and sickened at least 60 people so far, including eight prison inmates in Alaska. The CDC warning? Don’t eat Romaine…

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Food Poisoning

Texas Company Settles False Claims Act Suit

Late last month, a Texas-based radiation therapy company, SightLine Health, LLC, a nationally-recognized operator of radiological therapy centers, agreed to pay the federal government a settlement that could cost them as much as $11.5 million, in order to resolve allegations that the company paid kickbacks to physicians who referred their services. These kickbacks came in…

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False Claims Act