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Texas Dram Shop Laws

Published on Feb 10, 2023 in Drunk Driving Accidents.

There is no understating of the seriousness of a drunk driving accident. An intoxicated driver is an uninhibited driver, meaning they are much more likely to speed and engage in risky behavior and much less likely to take action to avoid a collision. If you’ve been hit and injured by a drunk driver, you already […]

Signs That Someone Is Driving Under the Influence

Published on Dec 17, 2020 in Drunk Driving Accidents.

While you’re driving on the road, it’s important to pay attention how other drivers are acting and make decisions accordingly. When you think someone might be driving under the influence, you could become concerned for your safety as well as theirs and anyone else on the road. That’s why it’s crucial to know the warning […]

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Common Spine Injuries From Car Accidents

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What Are Coup and Contrecoup Brain Injuries?

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What Is Considered Patient Abuse or Elderly Abuse?

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