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  • Texas Rollover Accidents

    Posted By Stephen Stewart || 28-Aug-2015

    Some of the worst kinds of auto accidents that Austin residents can be involved in are rollover incidents. At the Stewart Law Firm, PLLC, we have helped numerous Austin residents navigate the intricacies of pursuing personal injury and/or wrongful death claims relating to a rollover event. If the car you were driving was involved in a rollover accident, it may not be your fault. Furthermore, it ...
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  • Wrong-Way Crash Claims Another Life on I-35

    Posted By Stephen Stewart || 21-Aug-2015

    This past Wednesday morning, another person was killed in a wrong-way crash on I-35 in Austin. According to police, a 23-year-old woman and her passenger headed the wrong-way by entering the Manor Road exit ramp at about 3 a.m. The woman's car crashed head-on into the victim's car. He was pronounced dead at the scene. This is the city's 65th fatal accident this year. Since Jan. 1, 69 ...
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  • What Is a Severe Brain Injury?

    Posted By Stephen Stewart || 11-Aug-2015

    A severe head injury usually happens after a penetrating wound or a crushing blow. These types of injuries are often the result of a car accident and involve a rip, crush or shear of an individual's brain tissue. A severe head injury can be deadly and often results in permanent physical and/or mental disabilities. In many cases, a severe head injury involves an open wound where the skull was ...
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  • Kraft Initiates Recall of 36k Cases of Sliced American Cheese

    Posted By Stephen Stewart || 7-Aug-2015

    Kraft Heinz has released a public apology over its recall of 36,000 cases of cheese. The food giant said that it deeply regretted the need to institute the recall, and it apologized to the customers it let down, but the recall had to be initiated for safety reasons. Thousands of pasteurized cheese slices were recalled due to a choking risk. The defect related to the cheese's packaging. When a ...
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