Month: June 2017

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  • June
    29 2017

    Damage & Losses from Recent Odessa Hail Storm May Be “Most Expensive in Odessa’s History,” Insurers Say

    What You NEED to Know If You’re Filing a Claim About 19,000 homes and businesses were left without power at about 7 p.m. this past Wednesday as baseball-sized hail and intense thunderstorms pounded Odessa and the Permian Basin. The scope of the losses and damage, however, extends far beyond power loss, with broken car and […]

  • June
    29 2017

    Truck Accident in Pharr Kills Teenage Pedestrian, Leaves Authorities Searching for Answers

    A deadly truck wreck that took the life of an 18-year-old male from Hildago County is the subject of an ongoing investigation with Pharr police, as authorities continue searching for answers regarding the cause(s) of this accident. According to the latest reports, the crash occurred at about 3:10 pm on Friday, June 16th at the […]

  • June
    29 2017

    Forrest County Truck Accident Kills Pickup Driver, Investigation Ongoing

    A horrific truck wreck has recently taken the life of a 28-year-old man from Hattiesburg, MS. According to the latest reports, the fatal crash occurred just after 6:30 am on Monday, June 19th when an 18-wheeler truck and a pickup truck collided at an intersection near Highways 98 and 49. The victim, identified as Clyde […]

  • June
    29 2017

    How to Recover Damages for Emotional Distress under Texas Law

    Texas law1 provides various mechanisms by which the victims of negligence can recover compensation for injuries and losses. When accidents (or other events) do not cause physical injuries, however, pursuing damages for emotional distress under Texas law can be challenging. Were You Harmed by Someone’s Negligent or Careless Actions? Contact the Amaro Law Firm to […]

  • June
    28 2017

    Auditory Response: A Reliable, Objective Finding of Concussion?

    Concussions, a mild form of traumatic brain injury (TBI), are notoriously difficult to diagnose. This is largely due to the facts that: The symptoms of concussions can be latent, subtle and/or generic. There is currently no definitive test for detecting concussions. The findings from a recent study, however, may revolutionize the process of diagnosing concussions. […]