September 26th, 2012

School Bus Safety

gregSeptember 26, 2012

Fall is a favorite season of many Americans – ushering in a refreshing change of weather, football and cider mills running at full ‘speed’ – and a return to weekly Read More

OSHA and on the Job Injury

gregSeptember 24, 2012

I often refer to statistics and other information provided by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration when making a point about workplace safety. But most people have very little knowledge Read More

Choosing an Orthopedic Physician

gregSeptember 18, 2012

The term ‘orthopedics’ refers to ‘the medical specialty concerned with correction of deformities or functional impairments of the skeletal system, especially the extremities and the spine, and associated structures, as Read More

Educating Your Teen Drivers

gregSeptember 16, 2012

It is a sad fact that the leading cause of teen deaths is automobile accidents. The truth is that teens between the ages of 16 and 19 are killed in Read More

Most Dangerous Work- Driving!

gregSeptember 14, 2012

What do you think of when you think of dangerous jobs? Police? Firemen? Logger? Electrician? Certainly jobs in those fields are ‘fraught with peril’ but, surprisingly, the most dangerous jobs Read More

Head On Car Wrecks

gregSeptember 8, 2012

Head-on collisions between vehicles are some of the most deadly types of accidents that occur on our roadways. Fortunately, they account for only a small number of accidents annually – Read More

Car Fires In Texas

gregSeptember 4, 2012

Automobile accidents can and do cause thousands of burn injuries each year. The two most common types of vehicle burn injuries are chemical or thermal-based. Chemical burns may occur when Read More

Fire Hazards in Texas

gregSeptember 1, 2012

Although my focus is generally victims of personal injury caused by fire (among other things) the magnitude and devastation of wildfires in central Texas has prompted me to comment. A Read More