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Who can file a wrongful death lawsuit?

October 18, 2019
Houston Personal Injury Attorneys

Wrongful death lawsuits may seem fairly straightforward: a person is killed due to the negligence of another, and another person subsequently brings a lawsuit on the decedent’s behalf. Yet who exactly can file a wrongful death lawsuit? In many states, it is left up to the personal representative of a decedent’s estate to initiate a wrongful…

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Collision in Fort Worth leaves one dead, another injured

October 4, 2019
truck accident lawyer

It may not be difficult to imagine who comes out on the losing end of a collision between a semi-truck and a traditional vehicle in Houston. Local drivers understand the need to share the road with large commercial vehicles, yet that does not erase the devastating potential that such vehicles present. Given the dangers posed…

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The dangers of eating and drinking while driving

September 20, 2019

Distracted driving is a serious problem currently facing you and other drivers on Houston’s roads. Yet most tend to assume that such cases are limited to people using their cell phones while driving their vehicles. Many come to us here at The De La Garza Law Group after having been surprised to learn that there…

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Be on the lookout for warehouse hazards

September 11, 2019
Work Injury No Workers Compensation

Working in a warehouse is a job that many people have. Though some may not consider it an important job, these workers are necessary for the fulfillment of many tasks. Unfortunately, these workers often also do not get enough credit for carrying out their work-related duties in hazardous conditions. Though work-related hazards are present at…

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Texas newlyweds killed in car crash just after the wedding

August 30, 2019

Two young Texas newlyweds promised last week to stay together and love each other until death parted them. Unfortunately, that event happened much sooner than anyone anticipated. They left the courthouse where they had just exchanged vows in a car last Friday afternoon when another vehicle reportedly crashed into theirs and killed them instantly. The…

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Defining the Fatal Four

August 24, 2019
Work Injury No Workers' Compensation

Construction work remains one of the most common career paths both in Houston and throughout the rest of the U.S. Indeed, according to information compiled and shared by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 10.3 million Americans were employed in the construction industry as of 2016. Yet despite its popularity, construction work also ranks among…

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Negligent entrustment in Texas

August 9, 2019
Houston Car Accident Lawyers

Many in Houston may incorrectly assume that those who seek legal action following a car accident are simply trying to profit of the incident. In reality, a lawsuit may be the last thing on your when dealing with the consequences of a car crash. Yet their may be times when you are forced into seeking…

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How can I ensure my child is safe while driving?

July 20, 2019

Driving in Houston is stressful enough on its own. Driving with kids can be even more harrowing, especially when it comes to distractions and other issues. You want to rest assured that your child is safe and secure within a vehicle whether you’re driving across town or across the country. That’s why Consumer Reports offers the following…

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What sort of effects do burn injuries cause?

July 18, 2019
Houston Personal Injury Lawyers

Many workplaces entail a risk of burn injuries, some of which may be devastating. Not only are burns often expensive to treat, they’re also associated with a wide range of effects and complications. The Mayo Clinic explains different types of burns and what problems they can cause the victim.  Burn injuries fall into one of three categories. 1st-degree…

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The importance of hazardous energy programs

July 12, 2019

For workers who perform maintenance on machinery, one of the most considerable risks to their safety is the sudden release of energy. Whether that means an electrical surge or an unexpected startup of the machinery, the injuries involved are often severe. OSHA refers to these sudden releases as “hazardous energy,” and employers must protect workers…

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