Safer Costume Design Means a Safer Halloween

By devPersonal Injury

Halloween and fall festival parties top the list of favorite holidays for many Texas kids. Parents, caregivers and teachers can help make these holidays more fun and memorable for kids by keeping safety tips in mind. Every year, experienced personal injury lawyers throughout Texas talk to families whose children have been injured due to a thoughtless or careless costume design. …

Throwing a Fall Party? Play It Safer With These Tips

By devPersonal Injury

Halloween, harvest parties, football games and other fall events call for a party! If you’re planning to throw a get-together during the autumn months, keep these safety tips in mind so that your guests can enjoy themselves without an unexpected illness or injury ruining their fall fun. When you throw a party, keep the following safety tips provided by experienced …

AVMA Offers Advice for Preventing Dog Bites

By devDog or Animal Bites

A dog bite is among the most emotionally traumatic injuries a person can face. Although dog bites are rarely fatal, they can cause severe pain and scarring. Worse, a dog bite attack quickly turns “man’s best friend” into a source of fear and terror – a situation that, especially for young children, can cause anxiety for years after the actual …

UT Austin Joins National Initiative to Research Traumatic Brain Injuries

By devBrain Injuries

The University of Texas at Austin has become one of eleven partner institutions of higher learning to participate in a $17 million study of traumatic brain injuries (TBI). The study is being spearheaded by the U.S. Department of Defense, which seeks more information and better treatment options for the many combat veterans who have suffered concussions and other traumatic brain …

Help Kids Stay Safe and Healthy This Fall

By devPersonal Injury

Autumn is here, and that means outdoor fun, fall sports and enjoyment for families throughout Texas. Texas personal injury lawyers hope everyone in their community stays safe this fall. Keep these tips in mind to help yourself and the children you love enjoy the autumn season in a healthy, injury-free way. Use properly-sized, ergonomic tools. When raking leaves, cleaning up …