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January 2013 Archives

Defective airbags lead Texas family to file wrongful death claim

Although Texas drivers are required to obey all traffic laws, sometimes accidents cannot be avoided. When a person is operating a vehicle, they expect a reasonable degree of safety in its operation. Vehicle manufacturers and dealers that manufacture dangerous products could be held liable if a death occurs. This is the case for a Texas woman who passed away after a car accident, leading her family to file a wrongful death lawsuit against several companies.

Texas teen suffers brain injury after using synthetic marijuana

A Texas family is urging others to beware of synthetic marijuana after their teenage daughter suffered a severe brain injury. Back in December, their daughter began to exhibit strange behavior and complained of a severe migraine. The family called for medical help, but she took a turn for the worse and was transported to another hospital after suffering from several massive strokes. Although the teen is still alive, the brain injury could still cut her life short.

Texas woman faces criminal charges for deadly car accident

A Texas woman reportedly responsible for a deadly accident is now facing criminal charges in the incident. One of the car accident victims died after being transported to a local hospital. Another remained hospitalized and was listed in serious condition. Authorities believe the woman may have been driving after she ingested illegal drugs.

Texas family seeks wrongful death damages against nursing home

A Texas family is seeking legal action against a nursing home they accuse of negligence. The wrongful death suit alleges the nursing home left a urinary tract infection (UTI) their loved one was suffering from untreated, ultimately leading to their death. The lawsuit has been filed on behalf of the woman's estate against Nexion Healthcare Center.

New study may help Texas residents suffering from a brain injury

Recent research shows that MRIs may be more adept at detecting the presence of a brain injury than CT scans. When a Texas patient receives treatment for such an injury in the emergency room, CT scans are the standard technology used to evaluate the extent of the problem. However, over 100 patients suffering from a mild brain injury initially received the scans when they were admitted to the hospital, but then underwent MRIs approximately one week later. The results revealed 99 of the patients showed no signs of a brain injury when they underwent a CT scan. Once they underwent the MRI testing, 27 of those patients showed signs of microscopic brain bleeding.

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