Month: January 2017

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  • January
    31 2017

    Man Dies After 18 Wheeler Cargo Falls Off Trailer on I-45 Near Madisonville

    On Friday morning, a man crashed into a piece of equipment that fell off of a loaded 18 wheeler.  The driver of the 18 wheeler lost control on I-45 South near Madisonville and hit a cable barrier median.  When the driver corrected to get back onto the highway, a piece of equipment he was hauling […]

  • January
    30 2017

    Top Five Mistakes People Make When Hiring a Personal Injury Attorney

    When people suffer a personal injury whether it is from a wreck, a faulty product, a slip and fall, or a car wreck, they may know right off the bat that they need an attorney.  However, personal injury is a very complicated area of law.  Even though an attorney can help injured persons navigate through […]

  • January
    27 2017

    The Relationship Between TBI and Early Dementia

    Dementia is a medical term used to identify a decrease in mental ability and which interferes with a person´s ability to perform daily activities and to function independently.  Contrary to what some may think, dementia is not a specific disease.  Rather, it is a generic term used to describe a wide variety of symptoms associated […]

  • January
    26 2017

    What Victims Don’t See: The Hidden Causes of 18-Wheeler Accidents

    The truck driving industry is an important part of America’s infrastructure.  It is not uncommon to see many trucks on the highways, just as it is not uncommon to see or hear of a truck wreck on the highways.  While speeding or improper lane change are easy to determine, sometimes causes of truck wrecks are […]

  • January
    25 2017

    The Largest Vehicle Defects of 2016

    Every year millions of cars are recalled to fix defects.  The urgency of the recall typically depends on the type of defect.  Some vehicles are recalled to adjust software while others are recalled to repair vital safety features.  The number of recalls by automakers has been on the rise for two decades. Each year, cars […]