This Week In Car Recalls

Between defective airbags, cheating emissions standards, and a wide variety of other issues, the last few months have been particularly busy for federal auto industry regulators. In this blog, our San Antonio personal injury attorneys take a brief look at some of the biggest stories ...

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Top 10 Ways to Avoid a Car Accident Injury

Some of the most common causes of injuries suffered by many in San Antonio and across Texas are personal injuries resulting from car accidents. Considering the high likelihood for a car accident to result in a serious head, brain, neck, or back injury and more, ...

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Do I Have Legal Options If I Was Injured By Police?

Many stories dominating the news cycle over the past year have hinged on an interesting trend affecting the public across the United States- the use of excessive force by the police when dealing with alleged criminals. In San Antonio, the story of Kristiana Coignard was ...

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Have You Used Syngenta Seeds?

In 2011, foreign-based Syngenta Seeds, Inc. released a genetically modified corn seed known as Agrisure Viptera MIR 162. Corn farmers were led to believe Syngenta would be receiving approval from China, a major importer of American corn. During Syngenta’s first quarter 2012 earnings call, when ...

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Has Syngenta Threatened Your Livelihood as a Corn Farmer?

Crops are the lifeblood of the American farmer and Syngenta's recent, greedy actions have lightened the pockets of corn growers all over the U.S., costing them billions of dollars. The company failed to receive approval from China—a major importer of American corn—before releasing genetically modified ...

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Xarelto Linked to Life-Threatening Bleeds

Life threatening bleeds, strokes, and even death may be associated with the popular blood-thinning drug, Xarelto. Since 2011, Xarelto has been prescribed to those experiencing leg and lung blood clots in relation to knee and hip surgeries and irregular heartbeats. Protect your parents and grandparents! ...

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The Dangers of Traveling on Thanksgiving Weekend

Road trips to see family and friends for Thanksgiving can be lot of fun but sometimes the journey can take an unexpected turn. According to AAA, more than 45 million people will hit the road Thanksgiving weekend. The National Safety Council is estimating over 44,000 ...

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The Election and Victims’ Rights

Everyone is talking about the Wendy Davis race for Governor, however there is an equally, and certainly as important election going on in the Texas State Senate. For many years, the Senate has had a rule whereby no bill could be brought to the floor ...

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Beware The Fountain Of Youth… It May Come With A Price

Have you seen the barrage of commercials with the middle aged guy hanging around the house, drinking a cup of coffee, looking longingly out the window and wondering how he got so old? Then a voice says…YOU CAN HAVE YOUR YOUTH BACK! You can turn ...

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Watch Out For That VIA Bus

Under the English common law, a person could not sue the state for a wrong committed against the person. The theory was that “the King could do no wrong,” a sweeping government immunity that was carried over into our American legal system and continues to ...

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