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Should You Beware of Contaminated Candy on Halloween?

By The Law Office of WT Johnson on October 20, 2018

Halloween is supposed to be an evening of pure joy for American families, but parents are becoming increasingly worried about the candy their children receive from strangers. While contaminated Halloween candy is rare, there may be other dangers lurking in plastic cauldrons. Read below for tips and tricks on how to keep Halloween safe and fun for kids and adults in Dallas. Read the rest »

Posted in: Food Poisoning

Even Off-Duty, Officers Must Be Held Responsible

By The Law Office of WT Johnson on October 8, 2018

In early September 2018, Dallas police officer Amber Guyger returned to her apartment complex after her shift and entered a unit she claims she thought was her own. Once inside the room, Guyger shot and killed the man who actually lived in the apartment, thinking he was an intruder. Guyger was still in uniform, but was off-duty at the time. She was charged with manslaughter and fired from the Dallas police department (CNN). Read the rest »

Posted in: Police Misconduct

The Troubling Trend of Police Sexual Misconduct

By The Law Office of WT Johnson on September 19, 2018

A police officer is accused of an act of sexual misconduct at least every five days in the United States. A national analysis found more than 500 officer arrests for sexual misconduct over a three-year period.

It’s hard to face these numbers, because police officers are supposed to be a source of trust and aid. As stories of egregious police brutality continue to surface in the media, we’ve been forced to readjust our image of the police and the pedestal upon which we may have put them. Read the rest »

Posted in: Police Misconduct

Texas Livestock Car Accidents Present a Real Danger

By The Law Office of WT Johnson on September 7, 2018

Bovines find ways to escape and occasionally end up on the road. The idea of a cow on the loose sounds comical, but unfortunately, it almost never is. Crashing into a cow or other livestock is a real danger in Texas, and as the state with the most cattle, it is not uncommon, either. Read the rest »

Posted in: Car Accidents

Oil Extraction: Is the Pay Worth the Risk?

By The Law Office of WT Johnson on August 22, 2018

In May 2018, a group of workers brought a lawsuit against the San Antonio-based refiner Valero Energy Corporation for injuries they suffered in a refinery explosion. The group of 28 employees was working near the facility’s alkylation unit when a line carrying flammable liquids failed, causing the explosion. Read the rest »

Posted in: Workplace Accidents

When Discrimination Reaches the Level of Medical Malpractice

By The Law Office of WT Johnson on August 7, 2018

Although discrimination in the healthcare industry is illegal, unethical, and morally repugnant, it still happens every day in the United States. Read the rest »

Posted in: Medical Malpractice

Are Artists Responsible for Injuries at Their Concerts?

By The Law Office of WT Johnson on July 25, 2018

In April 2017, a young man attending a Travis Scott concert was left paralyzed after being pushed from a third-story balcony and then dragged on stage while the rapper performed at Terminal 5 in Manhattan. Subsequently, the man sued Mr. Scott and his manager, the concert promoter, which runs Terminal 5 and put on the show, and the security company for “negligence, carelessness and recklessness.” Read the rest »

Posted in: Personal Injury

Summer Has Arrived and So Has Hot Car Danger

By The Law Office of WT Johnson on July 15, 2018

A car can become dangerously hot in just 10 minutes. That’s the amount of time it takes you to grab a gallon of milk from your local grocery store or drop something off at the post office. Read the rest »

Posted in: Child Injury

Dispatchers Ignore Callers, Should Be Held Liable

By The Law Office of WT Johnson on June 18, 2018

In July 2015 in New Mexico, a 911 dispatcher received a call from a woman attempting to keep her friend alive after he suffered a gunshot wound at a house party. Both the caller and the dispatcher became frustrated and the following conversation ensued: Read the rest »

Posted in: Police Misconduct

Airbnb Incident Shows Off America’s Racist Side

By The Law Office of WT Johnson on June 11, 2018

Recently, three black Airbnb guests were met by seven police cars as they attempted to check out of their rental unit in California. The neighbor who called the police made the call because the departing guests didn’t wave back to her or smile at her. The woman said the guests were unfamiliar in the neighborhood and looked suspicious carrying their luggage. Read the rest »

Posted in: Police Misconduct

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