Texans love to hunt, whether it's ducks, deer or feral hogs. It's a way of life passed down from generation to generation in time-honored rites of passage.
Doctors have patients die all the time, and most of those deaths are due to natural causes, such as the final stage of terminal diseases. Unfortunately, some patient deaths are directly attributable to medical errors.
If you have a loved one in a Houston nursing home, you may wonder if his or her needs are being timely met and whether the facility is adequately staffed.
This week, Pacira Pharmaceuticals, Inc., released a report of their research into the prescription drug problem in America. Titled "United States for Non-Dependence: An Analysis of the Impact of Opioid Overprescribing in America," their research determined that middle-aged females get prescribed opiates in higher quantities and frequencies than other demographic groups.
The attorney for the late New England Patriots' former tight end Aaron Hernandez announced this week that his client's brain exhibited severe signs of Stage 3 chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE).
Earlier this summer, the Kinder Institute for Urban Research at Rice University in Houston released its report that illustrated how intersections equipped with traffic lights are frequently the setting for fatal accidents.
The widow of a Pearland police officer who was fatally injured in a wrong-way, head-on collision with a drunk driver last summer filed a wrongful death lawsuit in Brazoria County on June 12 over her husband's death. Also named as plaintiffs in the case are her late husband's estate, his parents and the couple's young son.
A crash just before one o'clock in the morning caused a car with four people inside to burst into flames. Everyone in the vehicle was killed. The authorities were not even sure how many people had been inside until they got the fire under control, according to reports.
Every type of civil lawsuit is subject to a certain time limits known as the statute of limitations.