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What are Common Signs of Nursing Home Negligence?

Posted on October 20, 2016 Negligence
Our nation’s elderly are our greatest living accounts of history. They’ve lived through many of our nation’s greatest moments and often have a story to tell. Unfortunately, not everyone treats senior citizens with respect. Nursing home abuse and negligence are on the rise – a recent study from Cornell University found the actual incidence...
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Can I Hire an Attorney in a Different State Than Where I Reside/Accident Happened?

Posted on September 15, 2016 Personal Injury
Accidents can happen at any time and in any place. When one occurs in a different state than where you reside, it can complicate the claims process. The laws may be different than in your state, and you may want to hire an attorney who holds a license in the state where you are...
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What is a Bimalleolar Fracture?

Posted on August 31, 2016 Personal Injury
The medical term for a broken ankle is a bimalleolar fracture, or a break at the lower parts of the tibia and fibula. Bimalleolar fractures commonly occur due to falls, car accidents, and sports-related activities. A number of bones in the ankle can fracture in an accident, leading to severe pain and temporary disability....
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What is Mobbing?

Posted on August 24, 2016 Personal Injury
As residents of a populous metropolitan area, Dallas citizens face a variety of threats and dangers in day-to-day life. Among those threats is mobbing, a form of group bullying focused on harassing or treating a victim badly with the intent to demean and inflict psychological harm. Mobbing comes in several forms and can happen...
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What Happens if an Injury Victim Dies While Pursuing a Personal Injury Claim?

Posted on August 8, 2016 Personal Injury
A personal injury claim can bring justice to an injured victim by holding a wrongdoer accountable. Sadly, not all accident victims live long enough to see their day in court. If someone passes away while pursuing a personal injury claim in Dallas, the claim doesn’t die with them. The victim’s surviving family members or...
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