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May 2017 Archives

What is Admiralty law?

Admiralty law, also referred to as Maritime law, deals with the relationship between private individuals who are involved in sea-based commerce. The law encompasses fishermen, sailors, passengers and ship workers of vessels operating on the water. So, what is Admiralty law and what does it encompass?

Teen safety: Talk to your teens about driving safely

Car accidents occur across all age groups, but as prom season approaches and teens prepare to head to prom together in the same vehicles, it's important to talk about the dangers of teen driving. Teens are often distracted behind the wheel, either by texts, phone calls or friends, so it's important to talk to your children about the importance of paying attention to the road.

Common causes of Houston workplace accidents

Workplace accidents happen all too often in just about every industry imaginable. Some are entirely avoidable, while others simply cannot be avoided no matter how many safety precautions are in place. Here are some of the most common causes of workplace accidents in Houston, Texas.

Oil spills can cause serious injuries

There are a number of reasons why you may want to make an offshore injury claim. Perhaps you've been affected by an oil spill, for example. Oil spills affect not only the people working on boats and at sea but also those at the shore, animals in the water and others. Oil spill victims include such a large number of people that a community lawsuit could be filed.

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