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Stay Safe on Your Summer Road Trip
07.22.2015 News
Summertime travel involves road trips, especially in the large state of Texas. Blizzard & Nabers offers travel safety tips for Texas drivers to avoid auto accidents.
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Texas Has a Distracted Driving Problem
07.16.2015 News
Texas distracted driving has only continued to increase over the years and the consequences have been deadly. If you or someone you know was involved in an accident involving texting while driving, contact a lawyer today.
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Who Gets to File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?
07.13.2015 News
Not everyone can file a wrongful death lawsuit. If you want to know if you are eligible to file a wrongful death claim, the best way would be to contact a wrongful death attorney and schedule a free consultation, where your lawyer will look at the details and let you know whether you have a valid claim that's worth pursuing.
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The Main Reasons for 18-Wheeler Accidents in Texas
07.09.2015 News
There are many reasons why truck accidents occur in Texas, reckless driving is cited as the number one reason for accidents involving large trucks around the country, as well as in the state of Texas. If you or a loved one have been involved in trucking accident and have been injured or killed as a result, Blizzard and Nabers are here to help.
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Defective Equipment and Refinery Accidents
06.18.2015 News
Workers who have been injured in a refinery accident should never assume that a workplace accident was unavoidable, and they should contact the competent and experienced attorneys at Blizzard & Nabers, so that we can get to the bottom of the situation and find out who might have been responsible for it, then get you the compensation you deserve.
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Protection for Gulf Coast Maritime Workers
06.10.2015 News
All employers in the United States, including those who operate under maritime laws, owe a duty of reasonable care to every maritime worker in their care, including those who work on drilling rigs, ocean platforms, boats, ships, docks or marine terminals. If you have been injured as a maritime worker as part of your duties, or a loved one has been killed on the job, contact the Texas Maritime Attorneys at Blizzard & Nabers as soon as possible to schedule an initial consultation, so that we can look at and evaluate your case.
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Blog the dangers of baby powder
The Dangers of Baby Powder
05.27.2015 News
The experienced attorneys at Blizzard & Nabers, LLP have experience dealing with lawsuits all over the country to help people recover damages for harm due to the use of baby powder or other talc-based products. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer after using a talc-based product, you may be entitled to compensation.
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Ovarian Cancer Symptoms
05.20.2015 News
When used by women in the pelvic region of their bodies, talcum powder products present an increased risk of ovarian cancer. Despite this increased risk, manufacturers of talc-based powders, chief among them being Johnson & Johnson, have been accused of failing to warn people of the risks inherent in using talcum powder.
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Blog historical review of prescription drug birth defects
Historical Review of Prescription Drug Birth Defects
05.13.2015 News
Prescription drugs ingested during pregnancy can cause a variety of birth defects. Zofran, an anti-nausea medication, is said to increase the risk of cleft lip, cleft palate, and heart defects.
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Female Talc Product Use and Lawsuits
04.03.2015 News
Studies have shown that use of powders containing talc in the genital area may cause ovarian cancer. Due to the nature of the mineral talc, it can live inside of the body for up to eight years possibly causing inflammation and increasing the chance of the cultivation of cancer cells.
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