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Roundup Lawsuits-Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma

Roundup, manufactured by Monsanto, is a chemical herbicide containing glyphosate. It is used to kill weeds that damage crops. Recent scientific studies have linked Roundup exposure to non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, leukemia and multiple myeloma. Studies indicate workers with an increased risk of developing cancer from Roundup exposure include: agriculture and farm workers; nursery and garden center [..]

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Benzene Exposure

Click Here To Go To Our Benzene Exposure Website Benzene is a known carcinogen. It is widely used in the refining and chemical industries. It has been linked to numerous serious or fatal diseases including acute myelogenous or myeloid leukemia (AML), multiple myeloma (MM), aplastic anemia (AA), non-Hodgkins lymphoma (NHL), chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL), acute [..]

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Personal Injury

Accidents are a part of life, but paying for accidents caused by other people doesn’t have to be. Many people are reluctant to pursue a claim when they are injured by the wrongful acts of another. This should not be true. There is no greater insult to a person’s civil liberty and individual rights than [..]

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Dangerous Drugs

Prescription and over-the-counter medications are supposed to help patients feel better, and while there might be unpleasant short-term side effects, a drug should never harm the patient more than it helps. The pharmaceutical industry is a growing business with billions of dollars in profits every year. Sadly, that means some drugs are rushed to market [..]

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Product Liability

When a consumer walks into a store or purchases products online, they can expect that the products they are buying will be able to be safely used for their intended purpose. This isn’t just good marketing — it’s the law. When a product is faulty or defective and causes injury, the injured party has a [..]

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Defective Medical Devices

Each year, defective medical devices injure thousands of patients. While the manufacturers aren’t out to injure patients and some devices undergo a rigorous process of private testing and government oversight before they are released to the market, some are copy-cat devices of already approved devices which may pose a danger to the public. A common [..]

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Wrongful Death

When a negligent or reckless act leads to death, the family has a right to recover for the loss of their loved one. Recoverable damages and who in the family may file a claim varies by state law, but typically this is done through a lawsuit on the same grounds as any other injury claim, [..]

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Premises Liability

People who go onto the property of another have the right to expect that the property will be kept in a safe condition. When a person is injured on another’s property, the landowner may be liable for their medical expenses and other costs occurred. How much the landowner is required to do is dependent on [..]

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Chemical Exposure

Many construction sites and industrial workplaces have large quantities of toxic chemicals on site. While the chemicals may be necessary to complete the job, it’s still up to the premises owner to put adequate safeguards in place to prevent spills and to minimize the effects of any accidents that do occur. When workers are exposed [..]

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Asbestos Exposure

Asbestos was a common insulator used up until the 1980s because it was heat and flame-resistant and durable while still being flexible enough to use in a wide range of applications requiring a flexible material. In Texas, it was commonly used in oil refineries as insulation for the pipes. People continue to be harmed by [..]

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Maritime Personal Injury

Texas’s oil industry gives it a high number of maritime injuries. General principles of maritime accidents are the same as any other personal injury claim — ship owners and employers have a duty to provide safe working conditions for their workers, and when they fail to do so, they must compensate their workers for any [..]

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Overtime and Employment Issues

Texas workers are protected under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act, which provides that most employees are entitled to overtime pay of at least 1.5 times their normal pay when they work more than 40 hours in one week. The Act only covers employees, so it does not apply to partners, independent contractors, or volunteers. [..]

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Auto and Truck Accidents

Auto and truck accidents are one of the most common forms of personal injury claims. With millions of drivers on the road with varying driving skills, it’s no surprise that accidents happen daily. While accidents are to be expected, having to pay for other drivers’ mistakes is not. When a driver causes an accident due [..]

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Oil Field Injuries

Oil field jobs are some of Texas’s most easily available and highest paying jobs. This is largely because the work is both intense and dangerous. However, no matter how well oil field employers are compensating their employees, they are not excused from their duty to keep all workers on the job site safe. While there [..]

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Natural Resources and Environmental Damage

The government heavily regulates energy companies, industrial sites, and other business activities that could potentially lead to harm to the environment. In most cases, issues with pollution or water damage are handled by government fines and orders to correct the issue. However, when environmental damage directly harms a private person or business due to contaminating [..]

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