1. What Rights Do Injured Workers in Texas Have?

    Regardless of your profession, it is important to know your rights. It is doubly important to be aware of your rights when you work in an industry where the risks of physical injury are high. It is not enough to know that you have rights, you must be aware of your rights so that when the need arises, you can take appropriate and timely action. Knowledge about whether you can sue a party or not can…Read More

  2. Involved in an Accident in Texas – Don’t Make These Mistakes

    If you’re involved in an accident in Texas, you need to know what to do and just as importantly you must know what not to do. The previous article discussed the do’s. This article will focus on the don’ts. Delaying legal guidance Under Texas law, there is a statute of limitations governing the timeframe within which you can file a personal injury lawsuit. This statute may vary with the facto…Read More

  3. Construction Site Accidents in Texas – Stats, a Cause for Worry and Precautions

    In 2016, Texas recorded the highest number of work-related deaths from accidents. 545 were reported that year, and of these, the construction industry accounted for a large number of fatalities. Common causes of accidents at construction sites include – 1. Falls – Falls from heights account for the maximum of injuries and fatalities at construction sites. According to the Bureau of Labor Stati…Read More

  4. Construction Worker Crushed to Death in South Austin

    Texas holds the dubious record of being the state with the most construction-related deaths in America. One construction worker dies every three days in the Lone Star state. There is one construction-related fatality every nine hours in the South. On Wednesday, 9th August, a construction worker in his 30s was crushed to death under a concrete slab. These slabs weigh between 30,000 and 40,000 pound…Read More