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What is Medical Malpractice?

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We place our faith and trust in doctors to help us feel better when we are sick or injured. When that trust is broken due to negligence or failure to competently perform, the effects can be devastating. Not only is that trust broken but the individual may see their condition worsening, develop a new illness […]

Negligent Hiring in Nursing Homes and Nursing Home Abuse

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Many emotions surround putting the care of a beloved family member in the hands of someone else, especially when it comes to nursing homes. Many times, these individuals are no longer able to care for themselves, but still feel emotionally attached to their homes, their personal belongings, and a lifetime of memories that may be […]

How Are Personal Injury Pain and Suffering Damages Calculated?

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In personal injury law, a plaintiff can seek compensation for economic and non-economic damages after their accident. Economic damages refer to easily calculable losses stemming from the accident or injury. This includes trackable areas such as medical bills from the injury caused by the accident, loss of income from missed time at work, property damage, […]

What To Do If My Car Was Hit In a Parking Lot?

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People everywhere are rushing to finish their to-do lists, especially during the holiday season. With people’s minds being occupied, parking lot accidents are unfortunately a common occurrence. Whether it be at the mall, supermarket, or your place of business, a fender bender or a ding in your car’s door or bumper can add to the […]

Texas’s Craziest Traffic Laws

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No matter where you live in the United States, there are bound to be some strange laws that you didn’t even know existed. Even the Lone Star State has its fair share of oddball traffic laws. Our car accident experts at Branch & Dhillon want to make our clients aware of these oddballs to help […]

What can I Do if my Child was Hurt in a School Bus Accident?

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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has determined that school buses are 70x more likely than cars to get children to school safely. Despite this fact, thousands of children get hurt in school bus accidents every year. If your child has been injured in a school bus accident, you may be able to bring […]

Who Is at Fault for a Multi-Car Collision?

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Driving home from work, Driver B notices that the car in front of her has come to a stop. Slowing down, Driver B is able to stop but she is closer to the car in front of them than the recommended two-car limit. Driver C, on her cell phone, didn’t notice Driver B stop and […]

What Small Business Owners Need to Know About Premises Liability

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Business owners have a lot on their plate. From protecting their IT infrastructure to ensuring that their business is well-stocked to meet customer demand, the failure to perform can spell disaster. However, these losses pale in comparison to the monetary and reputation loss that comes with a premises liability lawsuit. Making sure that your business […]

What Causes the Most Rear-End Collisions?

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Rear-end collisions happen in a blink of an eye. In the United States, rear-end collisions account for 29% of all accidents and can result in serious injuries and fatalities. Thankfully, according to the National Highway & Safety Administration, most of these accidents occur when one vehicle is already stopped or when one vehicle is slow-moving. […]