Call for a free consultation
210-904-8344 or 866-798-0737
The Law Offices of Tyler & Peery

Personal Injury Archives

Testosterone companies may use scare tactics in ads

The demands of daily life can prove taxing for any man. This can be especially true for men who are used to excelling in all aspects of their lives. But the aging process can affect a man's ability to keep pace. These changes are normal and typically not a cause for major concern.

Fertilizer plant in Texas explodes with force of earthquake

At around 8 p.m. last night the explosion blew out windows and made roofs collapse. After it was over, a senior-living facility, an apartment complex, and a significant number of single-family homes suffered extensive damage from the blast and debris - and the occupants inside their homes suffered worse: burns and broken bones and other injuries that sent at least 160 people to the hospital.

Major helmet maker loses brain injury lawsuit

When people play sports, they assume there is some risk level of being injured. Players often take measures to minimize injuries based on their knowledge of what equipment and safety guidelines might minimize their risk. If a person doesn't know about all of the risks because a company or person fails to warn them, certain parties might be negligent.

Utility Technicians Trigger Home Gas Explosion, Seriously Burned

Three gas company employees were involved in a propane explosion this week. All three are still hospitalized with critical burn injuries. The accident occurred in a residential home while the men tried to install new equipment.

Cell phone radiation linked to cancer

In spite of repeated denials from the telecommunications industry over the past 20 years, it is now known that the microwave radiation emitted from cell phones is linked to cancer in those who have used phones over time. While it may take years for cancer to actually show up, it is clear that there is an increased risk of cancer for those who have used cell phones on a heavy basis and for a long period of time. Precaution should be used so that you are not exposed to higher levels of microwave radiation. We recommend that you use hands free devices or the speaker function whenever possible. It is important to keep the phone away from your body as much as possible. Since younger children are at an increased risk, make sure they do not sleep with the phone in their bed or nearby. Medical science is just now catching up to this new threat. It takes years for cancer to develop but the studies are already showing a definitive link. If you or someone you know develops a cancer in the same area where the cell phone is normally held, you should contact an attorney to evaluate your claim. We can investigate and evaluate claims like this at no cost or obligation to you.

Yamaha Rhino ATV rollover injuries

The Yamaha Rhino ATV has a high center of gravity that makes it susceptible to rollovers even at moderate and slower speeds. This design and manufacturing defect has caused many serious injuries throughout the country and elsewhere. We investigate and evaluate claims these claims that often involve serious injuries such as traumatic brain injuries. The Rhino was sold and marketed by the manufacturer and continues to be sold and marketed (with few modifications) in spite of clear evidence of the design defect. If you have one of these vehicles please make sure that precautions and safety measures are used or installed. If you were injured in an ATV accident, call us and we will evaluate your case with no cost or obligation.

Proven Record Of Results

Email us for response

Contact Us For Answers

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information
disclaimer.

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.

close

Privacy Policy

The Law Offices of Tyler & Peery
5822 W Interstate 10
San Antonio, TX 78201

Toll Free: 866-798-0737
Phone: 210-904-8344
Fax: 210-736-9197
Map & Directions