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´╗┐Electrocution Injuries

Although not heard of as often as some other types of injuries, electrocution injuries are still one of the 4 most common causes of construction worker fatalities, second only to falls. Every year, there are approximately 150 electrical fatalities, with about 30,000 or so nonfatal electrical injuries. Of those 150 electrical fatalities, 60 or so…

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Drowning Accidents

Every day in the United States, around 10 people die from drowning accidents. In fact, drowning accidents are the 5th leading cause of unintentional deaths in the United States, and the 3rd leading cause of unintentional deaths worldwide. Among the 10 people who die every day in drowning accidents, 2 of them are children 14…

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Spinal Cord Injury

There is an estimated 12,500 new cases of spinal cord injury (SCI) every year. Of those injuries, approximately 80% of them are males, and the average age at the time of injury is 42. Although there are many potential causes of SCI cases, the leading causes of SCI are car accidents and falls, with some…

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Defective Medical Devices

Defective medical devices play a huge role in personal injury incidents in the United States. Every year, medical device manufacturers create and sell defective medical devices that cause injuries to patients that end up using them. Although there are times when the medical device manufacturers are unaware of the dangerous aspects of their product, there…

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Wrongful Death

In Texas, wrongful death lawsuits can be brought for deaths caused by drowning, electrocution, assault, car accidents, and others. Texas wrongful death law covers a very broad range of liability, and navigating who can file a lawsuit and what compensation they can receive can be very difficult without an experienced attorney. You just lost a…