December 2018 Archives

Texas coffee shop employees at risk for workplace injuries

Many Texas residents earn a living in coffee shops. While coffee shops may not necessarily rank high on lists for most dangerous jobs in the nation, those who work as baristas are, in fact, at great risk for workplace injuries. Current data shows that coffee shop workers take approximately 45 percent more time off work for injuries than other restaurant employees.

What will my loved one’s TBI rehabilitation look like?

Those with traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) can be affected in many different ways depending on the type and severity of injury, as well as the part of the brain that is impacted. Because those with TBIs can be affected so differently, the rehabilitation process is tailored to the specific challenges an individual faces.

Facts versus fiction regarding veterans disability claims

There are currently many U.S. military veterans living and working in Texas. Such residents include those who are full-time active members of the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force or Marine Corps, as well as those serving as reservists or in the National Guard. Sadly, service sometimes leads to veterans disability situations.

Catastrophic injuries often caused by tractor-trailer collisions

Every day, in Texas and on roadways throughout the country, unsuspecting travelers get behind the wheels of their cars, assuming they are going to safely reach their destinations. Some will but others will wind up suffering catastrophic injuries in motor vehicle collisions caused by negligent or reckless drivers. Such injuries often include serious burns, paralysis or brain trauma. A recent crash on Highway 380 resulted in injuries to several people.

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