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Baylor Plano Faces Allegations Alongside Former Neurosurgeon

Baylor Regional Medical Center at Plano is being sued and investigated for the part that it may have played in the damage to patients caused by former neurosurgeon Christopher Duntsch, according to the Dallas Morning News. While working at Baylor Plano, Duntsch allegedly harmed multiple patients during surgery, and killed another, but when he left […]

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West Fertilizer Plant Investigation Put On Hold

The families of those injured and killed in the West, Texas fertilizer plant explosion will have to wait a while longer to hear just what caused the April 17th accident due to the federal government shutdown, according to the Dallas Morning News. The accident, which left 15 dead and over 300 injured, had inspired federal […]

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Family Files Suit Against Six Flags After Death of Mother

It’s been nearly a month since the Texas Giant reopened, which closed as a result of the 75-foot fall and death of Rosa Esparza in July. The 52-year-old mother had reportedly told the Six Flags Over Texas employees that she did not feel safe in her seat, according to foxnews.com, but was told that her […]

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Injuries to children

Injuries to children are among the most distressing. Very young children cannot really communicate their suffering or their understanding of an accident. Older children may somehow think that an accident was “their fault.” Adolescents are on the threshold of adult life. As parents ourselves, have a genuine understanding of your situation. Our Denton child injury […]

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Car Accident Lawyers

When you need an accident lawyer, the North Texas car accident lawyers & at our firm have significant experience with serious injuries resulting from auto accidents such as head-on collisions or SUV rollovers. Our law firm has successfully obtained compensation for adults and children suffering brain injuries, head, neck and spinal cord injuries, disfigurement, paralysis […]

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