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What To Do After a Motorcycle Accident There’s nothing like the feeling that comes from riding a motorcycle. The experience of riding along the open road is relaxing, enjoyable, and thrilling—but it can end abruptly when other drivers fail to share the road adequately with motorcycle riders. The lack of protection for motorcycle riders increases the... Read More
Fire at the Intercontinental Terminals in Deer Park, Texas A fire at the Intercontinental Terminals broke out in Deer Park, TX roughly 15 miles southeast of Houston. Eight tanks have succumbed to overwhelming flames. Though two of the tanks were empty, six contained flammable components of gasoline and materials often used in glues, paint thinner, and nail polish.... Read More
Types of Car Accidents What Type of Car Accident Needs a Lawyer? Different types of vehicle accidents result in varying injuries. If you or a loved one struggle with the aftermath of a vehicle accident involving a car, bicycle, motorcycle, or semi-truck, contact an experienced car accident lawyer. A knowledgeable car accident lawyer... Read More
Speeding and Fatal Accidents When learning to drive, we know the importance of following speed limits. Yet, over the last two decades, speeding has contributed to almost one-third of all fatal accidents. In 2017, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reported that speeding was a primary contributor to 26 percent of fatal... Read More
T-Bone Car Accidents The National Transportation Highway Safety Administration (NHTSA) reported that nearly 8,000 people die annually from T-bone accidents. Damage sustained in a T-bone accident due to driver negligence can lead to catastrophic injuries or death. T-bone accidents increased by 20 percent over the past 20 years. These accidents account for... Read More
Texas Oilfield Explosions Texas is one of the leading states in the United States in the oil and gas industry, providing thousands of job opportunities for people all across the state. However, the oil and gas boom in Texas, comes with the significant risk of injury while at work that may need... Read More
Dangers of the Texas oilfield According to a CDC report, the rate for fatalities during the US oil and gas boom between 2003 and 2013 when the workforce for the oil and gas extraction industry doubled in size significantly decreased by 36.3%. However, the number of work-related fatalities in the oil and gas extraction... Read More
Burns injuries from Texas oilfield explosions An oilfield explosion is a very serious accident that can result in a number of major injuries including burns. Burns can be grouped into electrical burns, chemical burns, and thermal burns — this occurs when one comes in contact with open flames, hot liquids, and other heat source. It... Read More
Common Texas Oilfield Accidents Activities relating to oil and gas extraction pose a varying degree of risk as different types of materials and equipment are used. Knowing where the hazards lie and how to control them will go a long way to prevent accidents that can lead to injuries or even loss of... Read More