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July 2012 Archives

CDC Says 4.5 Million People Suffer Dog Bites Every Year

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, millions of people are bitten every year by dogs. And as Ted Griggs writes for the Advocate, more than 800,000 of those people suffer dog bites severe enough to prompt them to seek medical treatment.

Tanker truck hits and kills three people northeast of San Antonio

As Marvin Hurst reports for KENS 5 News, what would have been a relatively minor accident after a wrong-way driver hit a family in an SUV, turned into a deadly three-person oil tanker crash involving what appears to be distracted or inattentive driving.

Tanker truck hits and kills three people northeast of San Antonio

As Marvin Hurst reports for KENS 5 News, what would have been a relatively minor accident after a wrong-way driver hit a family in an SUV, turned into a deadly three-person oil tanker crash involving what appears to be distracted or inattentive driving.

Not just truck accidents on the Eagle Ford Shale

As Vicki Vaughan reports for the San Antonio Express-News, the Eagle Ford Shale is having a tangible impact on education and schools, on health care services, and on social services. And, like the truck accidents caused by more oil and gas traffic, it's not a good impact.

Not just truck accidents on the Eagle Ford Shale

As Vicki Vaughan reports for the San Antonio Express-News, the Eagle Ford Shale is having a tangible impact on education and schools, on health care services, and on social services. And, like the truck accidents caused by more oil and gas traffic, it's not a good impact.

Sunday night pickup truck crash in South Texas results in multiple deaths

As Christopher Sherman reports for the Associated Press, at least 14 people died in a truck accident last Sunday involving a Ford pickup truck that went off the road and crashed into the trees. The accident happened in South Texas, in Goliad County, on U.S. Highway 59, roughly 90 miles southeast of San Antonio.

Sunday night pickup truck crash in South Texas results in multiple deaths

As Christopher Sherman reports for the Associated Press, at least 14 people died in a truck accident last Sunday involving a Ford pickup truck that went off the road and crashed into the trees. The accident happened in South Texas, in Goliad County, on U.S. Highway 59, roughly 90 miles southeast of San Antonio.

Texas Roadcheck 2012 places more than 1,000 trucks out of service

In a story by the Daingerfield Bee, the numbers are in: 1,763 trucks and other commercial vehicles went out-of-service after Texas Department of Public Safety inspected them during Roadcheck 2012 in early June.

Texas Roadcheck 2012 places more than 1,000 trucks out of service

In a story by the Daingerfield Bee, the numbers are in: 1,763 trucks and other commercial vehicles went out-of-service after Texas Department of Public Safety inspected them during Roadcheck 2012 in early June.

New Eagle Ford Shale roads used for drug trafficking

As personal injury attorneys who represent people injured in truck accidents involving the Eagle Ford Shale 18-wheeler traffic, we've long been advocating for improved roadways in South Texas. It's no secret that local governmental authorities are trying to figure out a way to maintain and rebuild the deteriorating roads.

New Eagle Ford Shale roads used for drug trafficking

As personal injury attorneys who represent people injured in truck accidents involving the Eagle Ford Shale 18-wheeler traffic, we've long been advocating for improved roadways in South Texas. It's no secret that local governmental authorities are trying to figure out a way to maintain and rebuild the deteriorating roads.

How to Avoid an Oil Lease Dispute on Your Land

Eagle Ford Shale Landowners Can Take Steps to Protect Themselves

A recent advisory piece in the San Antonio Express-News, written by a couple of lawyers with an oil-and-gas practice similar to ours at The Law Offices of Tyler & Peery, is essentially spot-on.

South Texas drivers put their lives in their 'own hands,' says Karnes County sheriff

"You take your life in your own hands by being out on the road right now," said Karnes County Sheriff David Jalufka, as Hailey Konnath reports for the Houston Chronicle. Jalufka's talking about the Eagle Ford Shale traffic - 18-wheelers and oil tankers and other commercial trucks - going to and from the wells.

South Texas drivers put their lives in their 'own hands,' says Karnes County sheriff

"You take your life in your own hands by being out on the road right now," said Karnes County Sheriff David Jalufka, as Hailey Konnath reports for the Houston Chronicle. Jalufka's talking about the Eagle Ford Shale traffic - 18-wheelers and oil tankers and other commercial trucks - going to and from the wells.

Sales Reps Will Make 'Ungodly Sums,' Say GlaxoSmithKline Drug Company Executives

Last week, we referenced drug company CEO Andrew Witty's statement that "mistakes were made" in regard to the way his company, GlaxoSmithKline, used to market its drugs. According to Witty, that's all in the past - the off-label promotion, the lack of responding to FDA requests for safety information - after a record-setting $3 billion fine.

Texas troopers only pull over a small percentage of Eagle Ford Shale 18-wheelers

As Joe Conger reports for KENS 5 San Antonio, Texas state troopers are cracking down on Eagle Ford Shale 18-wheelers, putting them out-of-service for safety violations like improper truck maintenance and truck driver hours-of-service violations.

Texas troopers only pull over a small percentage of Eagle Ford Shale 18-wheelers

As Joe Conger reports for KENS 5 San Antonio, Texas state troopers are cracking down on Eagle Ford Shale 18-wheelers, putting them out-of-service for safety violations like improper truck maintenance and truck driver hours-of-service violations.

GlaxoSmithKline Chief Says 'Mistakes Were Made'

As Katie Thomas and Michael S. Schmidt report for the New York Times, GSK must pay $3 billion for criminal health care fraud related to illegal promotion of drugs (Paxil and Wellbutrin) and failure to report safety information about another drug (Avandia).

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