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Personal Injury Attorney in Dallas, Texas
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Christopher Duntsch, the Dallas doctor convicted last week of paralyzing an elderly patient during a botched 2012 surgery, is going to prison for life. A Dallas County jury took a little more than an hour to sentence him Monday afternoon.

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Christopher Duntsch, the Plano doctor accused of botching surgeries on purpose and in one case killing a patient, was found guilty Tuesday of intentionally causing injury.

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Here Is How Much Safer Small Cars Have Become Over 20 Years

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A Wise County couple might not get their $2.9 million judgment against a Plano natural gas company after years of legal fights.

Bob and Lisa Parr sued Aruba Petroleum in 2011 alleging that the company's drilling operations contaminated their 40-acre Decatur ranch. Nearly two years ago, a Dallas County jury agreed that Aruba intentionally created a private nuisance and gave the couple a seven-figure award.

But the 5th District Court of Appeals in Dallas reversed that decision this week. The court decided that the Parrs' claims didn't show that "Aruba actually intended or desired to create an interference on the Parrs' land that they claim was a nuisance" or that the company "actually knew or believed that an interference would result."

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Duntsch, 45, is facing five counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and one count of injury to an elderly person in connection with surgeries from 2012 and 2013. He's being tried on the injury to an elderly person charge. It’s a first degree felony punishable by up to life in prison.
Two of his patients testified about the pain they now suffer, while the surgeon who was sent in to correct one of the procedures labeled the patient's outcome an "atrocity."

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Two of his patients testified about the pain they now suffer, while the surgeon who was sent in to correct one of the procedures labeled the patient's outcome an "atrocity."

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New video from the CSB! So well done (as usual)!

Explosion and Fire at Williams Olefins Plant, Geismar, Louisiana

This case study examines the June 13, 2013 catastrophic equipment rupture, explosion, and fire at the Williams Olefins Plant in Geismar, Louisiana, which killed two Williams employees.

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Police have arrested 59-year-old caregiver Brenda Floyd today following the release of video footage showing her abusing 94-year-old Dorothy Bratten in Houston, Texas.

The surveillance footage, captured the very first day the webcam was installed, shows his mother’s home health care worker (Brenda Floyd) cursing, berating, and using her hand to repeatedly hit the defenseless elderly woman on the back of the head—all for allegedly feeding a dog ‘people’ food.
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