Anyone who has ever traversed Texas roadways near on in Houston likely remembers how busy and heavily laden with traffic such roads can be. Many times, something can happen in an instant that changes lives forever when a fatal accident occurs. This seems to have been the case on a recent Saturday evening where road terrain and steering may have been crucial factors leading to a serious collision.
Consumers purchase things every day of the year in Texas and throughout the nation. Some people try their very best to give their hard-earned dollars to local establishments and business owners, so shopping becomes a means for boosting their own communities' economies. Others think and act on a more global scale, doing most of their buying and selling online. Either way, those who use items manufactured and made available to the purchasing public have a right to expect that no one within the manufacturing, sales or distribution chain will knowingly place a dangerous product into their hands.
Texas patients preparing for surgery may want to pay close attention to a situation that occurred in another state. A man underwent an operation. During recovery, he was not feeling well; in fact, he lost more than 40 pounds and said he felt like he was dying. What happened next came as a shock to many, and some say they expect a medical malpractice lawsuit to follow.
Many consumers in Texas use Johnson & Johnson products. Their talc-based items are very popular feminine hygiene products. One such product became the central focal point of a product liability lawsuit, however, which didn't end so well in court for the manufacturing mogul.
Many Texas motorists are aware of the dangers of driver fatigue. For some, the issue has directly affected their personal lives when they or their loved ones were injured in motor vehicle accidents involving drivers asleep at the wheel. This was the apparent cause of a recent tragedy involving a Texas big rig and two other vehicles.