Posts Tagged ‘Austin injury attorney’

Another Real World Example Of The Effects Of Brain Injuries

We represent a number of clients who have suffered brain injuries.  One of the hardest things they have to do is try to explain the brain injury to friends and family members.  That’s why I like sharing real world stories — to help people understand what people who have brain injuries are going through. Today’s…

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Dak Prescott, Football Players, and Dog Bites

I’m not sure what it is about football players. As you may know, I had a dog attack trial against former UT and NFL running back Cedric Benson last year.  Now, a new football player is in the news. According to news stories, two dogs belonging to Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott got out of…

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Car Wreck Concussion — A Real Life Story

One of my favorite groups to follow on Facebook is the always brilliant Humans of New York.  Recently, I saw a post that describes the heartbreaking story of a woman who suffered a brain injury in a car crash  (the story didn’t specify that she had a brain injury, but those of who do this…

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Scooter Injuries and Lawsuits On The Rise

It seems like you can’t go anywhere around Austin or any big city anymore without encountering something dangerous involving an electric scooter.  And if you read a paper or other publication, then you probably see articles about scooters as well. This weekend, my family went out to Los Angeles to see my daughter, and I…

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Swoop and Settle – Insurance Companies Strike Again

I have frequently written about the awful insurance company tactic of swoop and settle.  Far too often, insurance companies contact a car wreck or trucking wreck victim before the victim is represented by an attorney to try and settle the case immediately.  This typically results in a victim giving up the claim before the victim…

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Personal Injury Law: A Nightmare Fight Over Hospital Bills

A recent NPR story uses a local teacher to tell of a hospital bill situation that we hear often. Drew Calvert, a teacher at Austin High School (where my son goes to school), had a heart attack while at home.  Fortunately, a neighbor was able to get Mr. Calvert to St. David’s Hospital, where Mr.…

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Austin and Texas Brain Injury Claims

We have had the pleasure of representing a number of clients who have sustained brain injuries.  We have represented professionals (including at least one lawyer and one nurse) whose lives were completely thrown upside by their injury and inability to perform their jobs.  And at the other end of the spectrum, we’ve represented retired persons…

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Texas Dog Bite And Animal Attack Claims

We have had the pleasure of representing a number of victims of animal attacks, with most of those claims being dog bite claims. These claims are serious injury claims. Regardless of how minor the physical injuries may appear, almost all dog bite claims are accompanied by significant mental distress.  Most people have an inate fear…

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Back To School: Watch Out For Dogs & Dog Attacks

It’s back to school time in Central Texas, and that means more kids walking and riding their bikes to schools.  Unfortunately, it also means an increased risk that these kids will be attacked by dogs as the kids head to school or the bus stop. Sadly, it has already started.  Unfortunately, a teenager in San…

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I’ve Been In A Wreck. Why Am I Getting Letters From Lawyers About A Lien?

I’ve heard from a number of clients recently who were in car wrecks and received scary letters from lawyers about various hospitals filing liens on the clients’ property.  Sometimes the lawyers’ letters tell the clients that the clients’ bills have gone to collections or that the hospital will be included on a settlement check.  Naturally,…

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