Houston Personal Injury Blog

Can You Sue if Your Tattoo Gets Infected?

Pain, swelling, and redness are all natural parts of the healing process for tattoos, and infections are not uncommon. However, if your tattoo becomes severely infected, you may be entitled to damages for the pain and complications you endure. Whether or not you can sue for a tattoo infection depends on which party is at… read more

How Texas Statutes Impact Personal Injury Claims

Many people do not realize that laws in every state limit how much time you have to file a personal injury lawsuit. Texas is no exception. For people injured in accidents in Houston, Attorney Brian White Personal Injury Lawyers offer experience, knowledge, and skill handling injury claims. Brian and his team understand the complexities of… read more

Man and Woman Die After Being Thrown Off SH-99 Overpass in Motorcycle Crash

According to Harris County sheriff’s deputies, a man and a woman died in a motorcycle crash in northwest Harris County on August 21, 2020. On Friday morning around 1:00, a man and a woman were riding a motorcycle heading east on Grand Parkway at Kuykendahl. The motorcycle struck a guardrail. The man and woman were… read more

Are Electric Cars Helping or Harming the Economy?

There are more than a million electric cars owned in the United States. People are investing in electric cars because of the money-saving potential in the long-term. Electric cars are also more environmentally friendly compared to conventional vehicles. While there are undeniable economic benefits from using electric cars, there are some potential drawbacks as well,… read more

Unique Workplace Challenges for Healthcare Workers

Common career paths in the healthcare industry include physicians and nurses. Yet, there are hundreds of careers related to the healthcare industry that a person may pursue.  Indeed lists 32 of the possible career paths that people may explore. Many of these careers do not involve direct interaction with patients or years of education.  Depending… read more

Defense Contractor Lobbying: Why We Build Military Equipment We Don’t Need

Each year, about 40 percent of the federal government’s discretionary spending is used to purchase goods and services. The government contracts with various companies to purchase the goods and services it or the country requires. During the fiscal year 2018, the federal government spent more than $550 billion on contracts.  Just under two-thirds of that… read more

Nine Factors that Determine How Much to Expect from a Texas Car Accident Settlement

An automobile accident is a significant life event, especially if you sustain injuries. An accident, and the aftermath, can be physically, emotionally, and financially draining. The recovery from emotional scars can last for some time. Physical healing will depend on the extent of your injuries. You can start your financial recovery by pursuing a settlement… read more

Hit and Run Scooter Accident in Houston Leaves One Dead

Not one, but two vehicles fled the scene after striking a young male riding a scooter through a Houston intersection. On Sunday morning, around 12:30 a.m., officers responded to a crash at the 2600 block of Chimney Rock Road, near where it intersects with Westheimer. Upon arrival, they found a young male deceased at the… read more

Police Whistleblower Protection and the Blue Code of Silence

The death of George Floyd has brought the topics of excessive force and police brutality to the forefront of discussion in our society. However, incidents of police misconduct are nothing new. The incidents have just been covered up by the Blue Wall of Silence and complicit law enforcement agencies.  Today, a lot of attention is… read more

The Changing Stigma of Choosing Trade School Over College

Has the “American Dream” changed? For many people born in Generation X, the “Dream” was as going to college, getting married, buying a house, having 2.5 kids, and buying a minivan or SUV. An office worker was traditionally perceived to be professional, educated, and successful. Trade workers, including electricians, plumbers, and construction workers, were perceived… read more