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Partially at Fault for a Crash? You May Still Be Eligible for Compensation in Texas.

by Staff Blogger | November 29th, 2022

As Dallas car accident lawyers, we know that there are many major misconceptions about personal injury lawsuits among injured victims and their families. One of the most common is that people who are partially at fault for their accidents and injuries can’t file injury claims. While that’s true in a handful of states in the

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We Uphold Dallas Nursing Home Residents’ Rights

by Staff Blogger | November 22nd, 2022

If your loved one lives in a nursing home, you may worry about their health and well-being. Nursing homes are designed to provide a level of care and attention that families can’t give their loved ones at home, but too many nursing homes in the U.S. and the Dallas-area are designed only to rake in

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Defective Joint Replacement? You May Be Eligible for Compensation.

by Staff Blogger | November 15th, 2022

Around seven million Americans are living with joint replacements. Whether they’re hip, knee, or ankle replacements, lower-body joint replacements can give patients their mobility and independence back after injuries and bone degeneration. However, they can also put them at risk for serious complications. Several joint replacement manufacturers have released products that are linked to dangerous

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Personal Diabetes Manager Device Recalled Due to Overheating and Fire Risk

by Staff Blogger | November 8th, 2022

On Oct. 17, 2022, Insulet Corporation announced it was recalling all of its Omnipod DASH® Personal Diabetes Managers (PDMs) worldwide. This recall was initiated after the company received 50 complaints concerning the devices having issues with their batteries, including swelling, leaking, and extreme overheating, which has resulted in fires. The device is prone to failure

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