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The Dangers of Shallow Water Blackouts and Dry Drowning

Posted on December 10, 2015 Safety
Harmful or deadly water incidents aren’t exclusive to inexperienced swimmers. Shallow water blackouts can have devastating consequences for professional and experienced swimmers. Furthermore, getting a victim on dry land doesn’t always eliminate the risk of drowning. Some victims may suffer from dry drowning immediately after rescue or as many as 24 hours later. Education...
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How Do Automakers Detect Defectives and Initiate Recalls?

Posted on December 3, 2015 Car Accidents
When you get a notice from your car manufacturer or hear about another recall on the news, you probably just feel inconvenienced. Now you have to go to the shop and get a repair you didn’t even know you needed. Have you ever wondered how those recalls start? Did someone have a problem and...
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A Guide to Safe Tailgating at Cowboys Stadium (AT&T Park)

Posted on November 24, 2015 Safety
Football season is more than a sport. It brings people together for good times at house parties and tailgating before games. People of all ages tailgate around the Cowboys Stadium, drinking a few beers and enjoying the game atmosphere. However, if you tailgate at the arena, you need to understand the rules so you...
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Dog Bite Attorney

Posted on October 30, 2015 Dog Bites
Dog Bite Attorney Dallas Owners of dogs have a duty to ensure that their animal does not harm people.  Unfortunately, some dog owners fail to take the steps necessary to train their dog. Even worse, some dog owners know their dog has a propensity for violence, but take no steps to properly restrain the...
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Dallas Crosswalk Accident Lawyer

Posted on October 28, 2015 Car Accidents
Crosswalks should be safe places for pedestrians. They should allow pedestrians to cross the street without worrying about oncoming cars. Unfortunately, crosswalks in most cities – including Dallas – are not safe at all. Instead, they are the locations of catastrophic and deadly vehicle-pedestrian collisions. In 2018 alone, the National Center for Health Statistics...
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