Can Gene Therapy Reverse Spinal Cord Injury?
DALLAS, Texas. Spinal cord injury is one of the most serious injuries car accident victims can suffer. These injuries canRead more.
Amazon Needs Drivers and is Hiring Private Drivers to Deliver in Dallas and Other States
DALLAS, Texas. When Uber and Lyft first entered the market, there was some concern about whether drivers were properly coveredRead more.
When Distraction Leads to Death and Injury
DALLAS, Texas. We’ve heard quite a bit about the dangers of distracted driving in recent years. We know that usingRead more.
When Health Insurance Covers Opioids, But Won’t Cover Opioid Treatment
DALLAS, Texas. If you’ve been injured in a car accident, your health insurance may cover the costs of your opioidRead more.
New York Times Reports on Tesla Risks
DALLAS, Texas. Tesla’s autopilot and its factories have both come under scrutiny by the New York Times. Tesla claims thatRead more.
Is Your Car On? Keyless Car Carbon Monoxide Danger
DALLAS, Texas. New cars are quiet and some can be turned on and off without a key. A recent reportRead more.
David Copperfield and the Slip and Fall
DALLAS, Texas. What happens if you are injured while attending a magic performance? One victim who suffered a slip andRead more.
Personally Injured? Understanding Your Medical Bills and Protecting Your Rights
DALLAS, Texas. If you’ve been personally injured, it is important to read over your medical bills so that you canRead more.
Can I Ask for Funeral Expenses Before My Loved One Dies?
DALLAS, Texas. Under Texas laws, family members who have lost a loved one due to the neglectful, negligent, or intentionalRead more.
Personal Injury and College Sexual Assault
DALLAS, Texas. Campus sexual assault is enough of a personal injury risk for college students that the Centers for DiseaseRead more.
Concussions May Be More Complex Than Previously Thought
DALLAS, Texas. Stanford University researchers are exploring the science of concussions. They may have discovered that the impact a concussionRead more.
Back-Up Drivers in Self-Driving Cars May Not Lead to Safer Roads
DALLAS, Texas. One of the safety provisions that self-driving car manufacturers put in place when testing their vehicles on publicRead more.