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Posted By Aguirre Law | October 24 2023 | Personal Injury

Catastrophic Injury Risks In Youth Sports

Sports teach children valuable life skills. They develop physical endurance, enhance self-esteem, and foster school and community pride.  However, youth sports are inherently risky. Children’s bodies are not fully developed and suffering from childhood sports injuries could cause problems in adulthood. Thankfully, few children incur catastrophic injuries in youth sports. The following offers information about…

Posted By Aguirre Law | October 23 2023 | Personal Injury

Dealing With Emotional Trauma After A Catastrophic Injury

Catastrophic injuries are multi-faceted and impact every area of accident victims’ lives. Emotional trauma may be overlooked in the aftermath of a catastrophic injury due to the focus on physical pain and healing. However, addressing emotional trauma is a vital part of an accident victim’s recovery process. The following is a guide to dealing with…

Posted By Aguirre Law | October 22 2023 | Personal Injury

Examples of Catastrophic Injuries

Victims of serious accidents often hear the term “catastrophic injuries.” However, many do not know exactly what that term means and if their injuries qualify as catastrophic. If you were in an accident and suffered life-changing injuries, your injuries may be categorized as catastrophic under federal law. In Texas, if those injuries were the result…

Posted By Aguirre Law | October 21 2023 | Personal Injury

Navigating an Insurance Claim After a Catastrophic Injury

Filing an insurance claim may be the last thing on your mind after a catastrophic injury. Your catastrophic injury may have caused serious pain and suffering, a hospital stay, and you may still be under the care of a medical recovery team. However, you are under a statutory deadline to file a Texas catastrophic injury…

Posted By Aguirre Law | October 13 2023 | Noticias Generales

Riesgos más comunes para conductores de camiones

La labor de un conductor de camiones, especialmente de larga distancia, es esencial para mantener la economía en movimiento. Sin embargo, este trabajo conlleva riesgos que los conductores deben conocer para mantener su seguridad y la de otros en la carretera. Peligros más comunes En promedio, un camionero trabaja 60 horas a la semana y…

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