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6 Signs of Brain Damage to Look Out For

If you or someone you know has been involved in an auto accident, sporting accident, or another sudden impact, you should always be on the lookout for signs of potential traumatic brain injury, or TBI. Here are six signs to keep in mind. Loss of Consciousness Someone who has had … Continue reading

Prepare to Travel This Holiday Season

Traveling during the holiday season can be dangerous. Many people are on the road, some are in a rush and the weather is not always on your side. Deciding on when and how to travel can be difficult depending on how far you need to go. So what is the … Continue reading

What to do if someone steals your motorcycle

In 2022, there were over 53,000 reported motorcycle thefts in the United States. That increase is 30% higher than the previous year and the highest number of motorcycle thefts since 2010. That does even mention the number of bikes stolen and not reported. If you are ever in this unfortunate … Continue reading

Driving Safety Tips During Holiday Shopping

When holiday shopping it’s important to plan ahead. With the rise of Covid cases, many stores are anticipating less in-store shopping and more online shopping. In anticipation of this and to decrease the number of bodies in-store on one specific day, many stores have opted to spread out their Black … Continue reading

Thanksgiving Holiday Travel- What You Should Know

Depending on where you are from, you may find yourself traveling for Thanksgiving this year. Unfortunately, the Thanksgiving holiday is one of the deadliest times to travel. So before you load up the car with all the kiddos and sides to take to the relative’s house, it is important to … Continue reading

Avoiding Cold Weather Motorcycle Issues

Freezing temperatures slowly decrease battery voltage over time, leading to a difficult time trying to start the motorcycle. Extended freezes also make the oil in a motorcycle’s engine thicken up, meaning the engine needs more battery power to start. These issues explain why starting your motorcycle may be more difficult … Continue reading

History of Mesothelioma & Asbestos Lawsuits

Asbestos Companies Knew the Risks In 1870, the industrialized asbestos industry began. By the early 1900s, physicians had already begun to notice breathing problems in exposed workers. British authorities had published information about the hazards of asbestos exposure and the danger it posed on workers’ health in 1898. Information discussing … Continue reading

Driving Myths: Driving in Cold Weather

Here in South Texas, our winters are mild compared to other places in the United States. However, we still do experience a drop in temperature and at times, even freezing conditions. Although these weather patterns may be rare, we must all evaluate our actions if the situation occurs. Driving Myth … Continue reading