Wrongful Death

Helicopter Accidents in History

Helicopters have been through some of the worst and most numerous aviation accidents in history. Luckily, helicopter manufacturers and operators today work extremely hard to ensure the safety of helicopter flights and the implementation of safety into the design continues to lessen the amount of tragic helicopter accidents. The history of helicopter accidents Helicopters first… read more

Oil Rig Dangers

Working on an oil rig is one of the most dangerous jobs, and workers are exposed to a number of hazards every day. Oil rig workers face hazards from basic structural and environmental hazards to those associated with the chemicals they use to do their jobs. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that working on… read more

Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed Against Houston Hospital

When someone goes to the emergency room with a life threatening condition, it is expected that they will receive treatment within a very short time frame. It is expected that if facing death, the patient will receive the medical attention they need immediately, and financial matters will be settled once the patient is stable. Sadly,… read more

Unsecured IKEA Furniture Causes Two Deaths

According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, a child dies every 2 weeks and another is injured every 24 minutes in the U.S. as a result of furniture or TVs tipping over. Furniture giant IKEA has now issued safety warnings regarding their Malm dressers, which have been available for purchase since 2002. “Consumers should… read more

Oilfield Safety Could Suffer in Downturn

It’s no surprise that oilfield workers face many risks in their daily work. Texas, in particular, loses many oilfield workers every year to explosions and deadly accidents. Just recently, we lost 3 more workers in an explosion in Texas’s Permian Basin. These sad and unnecessary deaths are a reminder of one basic fact: because there… read more