The Texas Injury Law Blog is published by Fears | Nachawati Law Firm, a fimr comprised of dedicated personal injury attorneys who take a unique approach to the practice of law. The founding attorneys of the firm, C. Bryan Fears and Majed Nachawati, represent plaintiffs who have been involved in wrongful death lawsuits, and serious personal injury cases. This blog discusses Personal Injury law issues in Texas.
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Fears | Nachawati has sued Apple over privacy issues. The suit alleges that the company was using its iPhone and iPad to route private user data to third-party advertisers without users' knowledge or consent. Many creators of applications for these devices have also been named as...
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It’s unfortunately commonplace that police officers damage or destroy their taxpayer-purchased cars. In just the last week, for instance, multiple D/FW police cruisers have sustained damage as a result of their use in the line of duty. However, one destroyed vehicle stands out among the...
Prozac (fluoxetine) is a dangerous drug for pregnant women because it can harm the fetus growing in her womb. The reason that doctors commonly advise pregnant women not to smoke cigarettes or drink alcohol during pregnancy is the same reason that the FDA cautions against the unnecessary of use of...
Numbers don’t lie, and the numbers associated with transvaginal mesh complications tell several awful truths. First, the FDA reports that more than 1,000 women have experienced infection, pain, bowel perforation, mesh erosion, and urinary problems as a result of their surgical transvaginal...
At 12:30 in the morning Sunday, an hour and a half before the bars in Dallas closed, a resident of Dallas decided to get in the car and drive, despite being intoxicated. Tragically for everyone involved, he didn’t make it to his destination. Travelling south on US-75 near the exchange...
Actos (pioglitazone) isn’t just a dangerous drug, but a potentially fatal one. According to health experts and leading medical research, Type-2 diabetes patients who take Actos face a heightened level of bladder cancer risk. In fact, the risk level reaches particularly dangerous levels beyond...
In December 2005, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) alerted the health care professionals and patients that they should be aware of the pregnancy-related risks associated with Paxil (paroxetine) and similar antidepressants known as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Specifically,...
In statistical research, it’s important to have a good data set. The idea is that the more information available to analyze, the better the analysis will be. For the researchers at Boston University who investigated the connection between selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) such...
In the early hours of Thursday morning, two 18-wheelers and a pick-up truck were involved in a massive accident that sent five people to the hospital, required the aid of multiple medical helicopters, strew sod across the highway, and shut down an entire section of roadway. 18-wheeler...