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Jeff Rasansky
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Personal Injury Attorney in Dallas, Texas
Personal Injury Attorney in Dallas, Texas

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National Poison Prevention Week is almost over, so share this infographic with your social media followers (produced by the U.S. Health Resources & Services Administration).
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The #Texas Senate has given final approval to a so-called "wrongful birth" bill seeking to prevent parents from suing doctors for malpractice after their child is born with severe disabilities.

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Preliminary data from 2016 shows that the number of traffic fatalities in the U.S. are on an unfortunate upward trend.

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#Texas is only one of four states in the U.S. that does not have a statewide ban in place for texting while driving, but it looks like that could change after the Texas House voted to approve House Bill 62 111-62.

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"Foreseeability" plays a critical role when determining whether or not there is direct causation between one party’s actions and another party’s injuries, and can limit the scope of injuries for which the responsible party can ultimately be held liable.

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The city of #Dallas says abandoned calls – not "ghost" calls, as previously reported – are responsible for the long wait times for 911 callers.

This comes after two days of investigation by tech crews for T-Mobile, which has been at the center of the issue for the past several days.

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Not surprisingly, NHTSA’s regulatory stance on automated vehicles is simple: improve vehicle safety by preventing driving errors.

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Yes, this is actually a thing, but it may soon be last call for a boozy trend emerging in some dental practices.

A Texas legislative committee voted Tuesday to move forward SB404, a bill that prohibits health care providers from offering alcoholic drinks to patients.

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A tragic murder-suicide in Denton is indicative of a growing problem among the elderly.

Denton Police say Joe Bain, 79, killed his ailing wife before turning the gun on himself last Saturday afternoon.

According to a police affidavit, Bain called 9-1-1 and confessed, saying, "he had just taken the life of his beloved wife Ruth." He told the operator "there was no way they were going to a nursing home.”
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