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Blog Posts in February, 2013

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  • Highways Proving Dangerously Fatal for Teen Drivers

    Posted By The Stewart Law Firm, PLLC || 28-Feb-2013

    No one expects teen drivers to be able to drive perfectly the first time they get behind the wheel. How could they? They have never done it before? The danger of inexperience is precisely why teens go through drivers' education classes and are tested in real-world situations before they are allowed to receive their license. Even with all this training, teen drivers are still inexperienced ...
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  • Texas Teen Uses Brain Injury to Teach Others

    Posted By The Stewart Law Firm, PLLC || 19-Feb-2013

    According to the Texas Division of the Brain Injury Association of America, there are roughly 5,700 Texans who become permanently disabled due to brain injuries each year. That is an astounding statistic, but if you are anything like one Texas teenage girl, you won't let that statistic overwhelm you, but rather use it as motivation to raise awareness. One 15-year-old Texas teenager attending ...
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  • Texas Families Sue City, Driver After Fatal Crash

    Posted By The Stewart Law Firm, PLLC || 12-Feb-2013

    Although some readers may think that only the driver may be liable in a Texas car wreck, negligent behavior can come from a number of parties. Take, for example, a recent story coming out of a city near Houston. That's where the families of two teenagers are suing the city and a truck driver for alleged reckless endangerment related to a crash that left one of the teens injured and the other ...
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  • Is July a High-Risk Month for Medical Negligence?

    Posted By The Stewart Law Firm, PLLC || 5-Feb-2013

    When Austin residents consider the topic of medical care, most people think about renewing their health or trusting a health care provider to give sound advice. But not all trips to the hospital leave patients with a positive outcome. Unfortunately, time and time again, cases of medical negligence lead to physical injuries or even the death of a loved one. Although most hospitals strive to be ...
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