Polaris Recalls Ranger Off-Road Vehicles and PRO XD and Bobcat Utility Vehicles Due to Crash Hazard

By JohnProduct Recall

It’s summertime in Texas and elsewhere, so that means use of off-road vehicles at ranches and farms.  That use will continue through the fall and winter during hunting seasons for deer and other game.  Off-road vehicles can be particularly dangerous.  Some have been defectively designed to roll over too easily or, when they do roll over, certain protective devices are …

AARP Answers: Nursing Homes and the Coronavirus

By JohnNursing Home Abuse & Neglect

The AARP recently posted a good, general article about how to deal with loved ones in a nursing home during the Covid-19 pandemic. We especially like this excerpt from the article: “What can I do to support my loved one? Stay connected. It’s crucial for your loved one’s well-being, physically and emotionally. Isolation “can have very real and serious health …

Gas Leaks and Explosions In Texas Homes Present Real Dangers

By JohnGas Explosions

This story out of the Austin area is an example of how undetected gas leaks in a home can cause real devastation. Sometimes gas leaks are due to forces beyond the control of man.  However, in many other instances, a gas appliance seller or gas suppler — LP gas (propane) or natural gas – has acted negligently by improperly installing …

Children Like to Climb on Furniture. It’s a Fact That Often Leads to Tragic Results

By JohnProduct Liability

Each year in the U.S., nearly 22,000 children are treated in hospital emergency rooms for injuries suffered from a falling television, a piece of furniture, or an appliance. And, on average, a child will die every two weeks in America from such tip-over related injuries as a result of climbing on unsecured furniture, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety …

Wrong-Way Accidents: They’re More Common Than You Think

By JohnCar Accidents

Each day, most of us travel along highways, city roads, and suburban streets with the understanding that other drivers will follow basic traffic rules. One of the simplest rules? To always drive in the correct lane, never placing yourself in a position where you are heading toward oncoming traffic. Unfortunately, not every driver follows this basic law.

The Future Is Now: Self-Driving Cars Are Coming

By JohnCar Accidents

If there’s any evidence that we are already living in the future, it’s the development of self-driving cars. Previously a mainstay of science-fiction movies, partially autonomous self-driving vehicles are currently sold by Tesla, Inc., under the leadership of tech entrepreneur Elon Musk, and are being used in select cities (including Dallas) by ridesharing services like Lyft.

Injured in an Accident Caused by a Distracted Driver?

By JohnDistracted Driving

According to the Texas Department of Transportation, one in five motor vehicle accidents involves a distracted driver. Distracted driving is a growing problem in Texas, largely due to people using cellphones behind the wheel. While cellphone use while driving is a major cause of driver distraction, it is not the only cause.

Dangers of Tourism Accidents in Ft. Worth

By JohnPersonal Injury

No one expects to be injured while on vacation. You have chosen the Ft. Worth area, the top tourist destination in Texas, where 9.4 million people visit each year. The last thing you probably considered was the possibility of having an accident while in the area, but it happens. Here’s what you can do after an unexpected injury in Fort …

Have Some (Crowd) Control!

By JohnPersonal Injury

Many people find concerts, sporting events, and parades enjoyable. Being together with like-minded fans can be fun and exciting – but sometimes, it can also be dangerous. There are many reasons why crowds can become unruly, leading to injuries or even fatalities. It may be as simple as having too many people in a small space.

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