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Laredo Texas


Getting Your Medical Bills Paid After a Car Accident

Worried about medical bills after you've been injured in a car accident? You’re not alone. Medical expenses have quickly become one of the most common reasons why people get into financial trouble, whether it’s filing for bankruptcy or not being able to pay their other bills. In many cases, these medical expenses are associated with...

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Baby ejected in Laredo car accident dies days later

A 6-month-old baby boy died several days after being ejected from a vehicle in a bad car accident. The crash happened in June on Bob Bullock Loop in front of the Laredo International Airport when one vehicle tried to make a U-turn. When they arrived on the scene at about 9:30 p.m., Laredo Police found...

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NHTSA: Fatal traffic accidents rose during the pandemic

Last year, the COVID-19 pandemic took many people off the road. With businesses shut down, there were fewer people commuting to work. Schools moved online. For the most part, people stayed home. As such, overall traffic dropped significantly. Yet even with fewer cars on the road, the number of road deaths increased. Preliminary data from...

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Do I have to sue for a car accident in Texas?

You were in a car accident caused by someone else. You know it wasn't your fault, but what to do next isn't entirely clear. You're dealing with mounting medical bills and struggling to make ends meet, and you need compensation for the accident. How does that work? Do you have to sue? The short answer...

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Research: Concussions could be diagnosed through saliva

Concussions and other traumatic brain injuries pose a serious health risk to millions of Americans every year – in car accidents, on the job, and at play. Part of the danger is that a concussion can be difficult to diagnose in time for victims to receive immediate and proper treatment. We reveal a potential breakthrough...

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Survey: Most drivers underestimate the dangers of speeding

Most drivers drastically underestimate the dangers of speeding. About 9 out of 10 adult drivers admitted to speeding - even though 82% said they knew it was dangerous, according to a new survey by The Zebra. When asked to rank the danger imposed by bad driving habits, motorists said that speeding is less hazardous than...

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What to do after a Lyft or Uber accident

Many people in Laredo and throughout Texas use ridesharing services. People can get a driver to take them to a destination just by accessing an app. It can be very convenient and helps drivers earn money. But a Lyft or Uber accident can have serious consequences. Victims may suffer serious injuries and medical expenses can...

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What you need to know about highway accidents

Getting on the highway is a fact of life for many Laredo motorists, but that doesn’t mean it’s always safe. Highway car accidents happen all too often, and they have the potential to alter lives forever. This is why it’s so important to drive defensively on the highway. Why do highway car accidents happen? Speeding...

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Getting treated for nerve damage after a crash

When you think of car accident injuries, you likely envision broken bones, whiplash, and cuts and scrapes. Your nervous system, which controls your body – your breathing, muscles and senses – is also at risk. Nerve damage can result in pain and several other health conditions. Some of these can be permanent. Autonomic nerves control...

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