In Texas, a worker injured on the job whose employer maintains workers compensation insurance will be limited in personal injury claims against the employer to the workers compensation system. (more…)
There are many different terms that can be used to define a “herniated disc”, such as “pinched nerve”, “bulging disc”, and so forth. In addition, a herniated disc can also occur in the neck and thus, many patients may be concerned or even confused when hearing some of these terms. (more…)
Many Americans understand the value of their car’s tires; without them, vehicle transportation is simply not possible. However, despite the fact that tire upkeep is essential to ensuring a safe and accident free drive, many do not understand how to ensure safer tires. (more…)
As part of its ongoing family outreach initiative, the state of Texas has implemented a new initiative with a website www.savemewithaseat.org/. The new website provides important information on the use of safety seats for children, a checklist for finding the right seat to fit your child and also offers locations for a free checkup. (more…)
There are many different factors to consider when choosing the right daycare facility for your child: cost, proximity to work or home, curriculum, and even friendliness of staff members. (more…)
Texas has a hospital lien law that enables hospitals to recoup some of the money that they are out by treating persons that are injured in an accident who don’t have insurance or the ability to pay for the healthcare. (more…)
For anyone that has ever visited a pub, bar, or another drinking establishment that serves alcohol, they are often privy to the number of drinks that the facility is willing to serve. When an intoxicated driver causes an accident, both the drunk driver and the place where he over consumed may have legal responsibility.
According to research conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention unintentional injuries, such as those that have been caused by burns, drowning, poisoning, suffocating, falls, and transportation-related injuries are the leading cause of death for children aged 0-19 years old. (more…)