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The Takata airbag recall is still a prevalent problem, especially for those of us along the hot and humid Gulf Coast region, but why?

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Did you know that November is National Lung Cancer Awareness Month?

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There’s an old saying by those who live to ride, “There’s two kinds of riders. Those that have been hit and those that are going to be hit.”

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If you shop at Randall’s, Tom Thumb, or Albertsons stores, PLEASE READ THIS WEEK’S RECALL LIST of potentially harmful foods you may have in your pantry or refrigerator right now that could hurt or kill the ones you love.

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Life Saving Device That Takes Lives: Takata Airbag Recall

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You may have potentially harmful foods in your pantry or refrigerator NOW that could hurt or kill the ones you love. 🤢 Check this out to see if you're in the clear!
#FoodRecalls #FoodPoisoning #MermanLawFirm

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Who's ready for Halloween? Check out our tips on staying safe on this spooktacular holiday! 🎃
#HalloweenSafety #MermanLawFirm

http://mermanlawfirm.com/halloween-safety/
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The water release of the Addicks and Barker reservoirs have been absolutely devastating for many of our fellow Houstonians.
Did you know:
In the 1940s, the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) built the Addicks Reservoir and Barker Reservoir to hold back the Buffalo Bayou after the flood of 1935. Unfortunately, these reservoirs were only built to keep the downtown Houston area dry. During Hurricane Harvey, the reservoir's water levels rose incredibly fast. The USACE made the decision - knowing the risk of doing so - to start releasing this water. They started releasing at a rate of 1600 cubic feet per second (cfs), which eventually increased to a combined total of 13,000 cfs.
If you or a loved one have been affected by the reservoir water releases, we may be able to help you get the compensation you deserve.

#HurricaneHarvey #Flooding #AddicksReservoir #BarkerReservoir #ReservoirRelease #Houston #HoustonStrong #WeWillRebuild

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Our attorney Derek spent most of his weekend helping families whose homes were flooded by the reservoir releases. This is just a glimpse of the aftermath. Our hearts go out to all of those who have been affected.
#HurricaneHarvey #AddicksReservoir #BarkerReservoir #ReservoirRelease #ReservoirFlooding #Flooding #Houston #HoustonStrong #WeWillRebuild #TheMermanLawFirm

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Maritime Accidents

The Port of Houston ranks first in the country for international commerce and is the sixth-largest shipping port in the world. It is the busiest U.S. port in terms of foreign tonnage and second busiest in overall tonnage. Houston is also one of the world’s largest centers for manufacturing petrochemicals and plastics. Houston is an international energy capital with more than five thousand energy firms doing business in Houston.
Because The Port of Houston is an international shipping hub, Admiralty and Maritime accidents are frequent and often devastating. While the Port itself does an exceptional job handling the traffic, it cannot eliminate human error. The Houston maritime lawyers at the Merman Law Firm have handled a myriad of Admiralty cases, including Jones Act seamen injured in foreign waters, fatal collisions in the ship channel, and 905(b) claims against shipowners for longshoremen (stevedores) injured by faulty equipment shipboard while loading cargo.
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