Ricardo Barrera & Sara Stapleton Barrera
Why You Need a Good Auto Accident Lawyer

Unfortunately, car wrecks are all too common. And if you’re suffering from an injury that you sustained as a result of one, then you need to act quickly to safeguard your health and property. Locating effective legal representation is one … Read More

Wrong-Way Crashes in Texas

Wrong-way crashes are the most dangerous because they involve head-on collisions. In Texas, the number of these kinds of accidents has hit all new highs. A recent CBS DFW online article reveals that in 2011, “[t]he Texas Department of Transportation (TDOT) … Read More

6 Myths About Personal Injury Cases

Have you recently been injured in an accident that came about as a result of someone else’s negligence or poor judgment?  Then chances are that you’ve probably found yourself bombarded by advice from well-meaning–but misinformed–friends and family members on how … Read More

How to Know When You Have a Personal Injury Case

One of the most frequent questions a personal injury attorney gets is “do I have a case?” This is actually not an easy question to answer because a potential case requires investigation into how the incident occurred, whether the negligent … Read More

The Facts About TopAMAX

Are you a woman took TopAMAX (also known as Topiramate) during pregnancy? And was your child born with health problems? If the answer is “yes” to both these questions, then you may have grounds to sue. TopAMAX is a medication … Read More

SSRI Drugs and Birth Defects

Everybody wants their children to be born healthy and strong. Sadly, too many children are not, and for reasons that could have been prevented. This is especially true in situations where mothers were prescribed selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) antidepressant … Read More

Sale of Synthetic Drugs in Texas is Deceptive

Has your child (person under the age of 18) purchased and consumed Synthetic Drugs from a Smoke Shop or Head Shop? Is that child physically injured, mentally injured or dead as a result of the consumption of Synthetic Drugs? Synthetic … Read More

Effexor Birth Defects and Infant Deaths

Approximately one-third of pregnant women in the U.S. take psychotropic drugs during pregnancy, according to the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Many of these women also breastfeed their babies while on antidepressants, anticonvulsants, and even antipsychotic drugs. One of … Read More

Whistleblower Alert: Is ECT Medically Necessary?

The government is currently paying for electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) at a high cost to taxpayers and at an immense profit to medical providers. Medicare, Medicaid, and TriCare often foot the bill despite questionable motivations and results. The practice of ECT … Read More

Mirena IUD May Cause Injuries and Miscarriages

The T-Shaped Mirena IUD device, which was designed to prevent pregnancies, has been found to move out of place well after it was installed and may cause injuries, failures to prevent pregnancy and complications to pregnancy. Mirena IUD Injuries Mirena … Read More

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