Archive for the ‘Personal Injury’ Category

Largest Automotive recall in US history linked to faulty airbags from Takata

November 11th, 2016 by Ashley Knarr

Largest automotive recall in U.S. history issued in response to hundreds of reports of injuries and deaths linked to Takata Airbags! Texas is a “top-priority” state for the NHTSA! Nationwide recalls have been issued by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) affecting nearly two dozen vehicle brands and several millions of vehicles with Takata-made […]

Florida Could Repeal “No-Fault” Auto Insurance by 2019

December 31st, 2015 by Simply Justice

A Florida state legislator proposed repealing the state’s personal injury protection auto insurance, also known as “no-fault” auto insurance, by 2019. State Representative Bill Hager filed the bill as a means to combat fraud in the state’s auto insurance system. State Senator Jeff Brandes filed a nearly identical version of the same bill in the […]

UPDATED: Lumber Liquidators Laminate Flooring Linked to Health & Safety Violations

March 23rd, 2015 by Simply Justice

ATTENTION: Arguello, Hope and Associates no longer accepts Lumber Liquidators cases. UPDATE: Please view a list of the affected laminate flooring products below. If you or someone you know has installed any of these laminate flooring products, please contact Arguello, Hope and Associates for a FREE consultation. You may have only a limited time to file […]

Texas Fatal Accident Prompts Prison Board Calls for Reform

January 26th, 2015 by Simply Justice

A Texas fatal accident involving a train and a prison bus has prompted the state legislature to call for a review of prison transport methods. The Texas fatal accident took place on January 14. Ten of the fifteen passengers on a Texas Department of Criminal Justice bus died when the bus struck a train. Several […]

Dallas Doctor Faces Texas Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

December 16th, 2014 by Simply Justice

A Dallas-area neurosurgeon faces a Texas medical malpractice lawsuit for his incompetent performance of several spinal surgeries. The Texas medical malpractice lawsuits also cite Baylor Regional Medical Center at Plano and the Baylor Health Care System as defendants, claiming that they promoted Dr. Christopher Duntsch’s practice and referred patients to his spinal surgery center. The […]

Wrong-Way Driving Leads to Fatal Texas Truck Accident

June 30th, 2014 by Simply Justice

A fatal Texas truck accident occurred Sunday night as a driver was going the wrong way on a major freeway near Houston. The two-vehicle accident occurred Sunday at 11pm, when Efraim Carmona drove his 2009 Dodge Ram 550 pickup eastbound on the westbound lanes of the North Sam Houston Parkway near John Ralston. A report […]

Medical Malpractice Lawsuit: Doctor Removes Wrong Kidney

June 18th, 2014 by Simply Justice

Arlington resident Glenn Hermes filed a medical malpractice lawsuit when he learned that his surgeon removed a healthy kidney from his body, rather than the diseased organ. Mr. Hermes learned the news when his surgeon, Dr. Robert Stroud, told him that he had inadvertently removed the healthy right kidney instead of the left one, for […]

NCAA might be liable for your concussion-related injuries

June 16th, 2014 by Andres Arguello

If you have suffered physical or psychological harm as a consequence of head injuries while playing college sports on a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) regulated team, you could be entitled to monetary compensation. Concussions occur on a regular basis on the playing field—in all NCAA sports, not just football—and a lot of them go […]

Activists Call for California Medical Malpractice Reform

April 22nd, 2014 by Simply Justice

Former patients and their families are attempting to place a measure on the November ballot that would revise a 1975 law that places caps on non-economic damages in California medical malpractice cases. The Troy and Alana Pack Patient Safety Act would raise the limit on damages due to pain and suffering in medical malpractice cases […]

Baylor Health Care System Faces Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

April 18th, 2014 by Simply Justice

A major medical malpractice lawsuit filed against Baylor Medical Center in Plano alleges that the hospital allowed a neurosurgeon to operate after learning of his history of botched surgeries. The suit claims that neurosurgeon Christopher Duntsch had a history of poorly-executed surgical procedures when Baylor Health Care System recruited him in 2011. The suit states […]