Central Texas Personal Injury Journal | Sept 23
We have some food for thought for you this week, and it even has to do with food. Consumers want more food on-the-go, and the market has answered by doubling prepared food since 2014. Why that may not be a good thing, up ahead.
- Find out how litigation can prevent food-borne illness, and what food you should avoid. Blue Bell’s Listeria problem didn’t just take ice cream off the shelves. It caused sickness and killed three. Sharing dinner (or a scoop of ice cream) with a friend shouldn’t make you sick.
- September is Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month. If there’s one thing we should remember about spinal cord injury victims, it’s that they are often very brave when taking on a completely new (and difficult) lifestyle.
- McMinn Law Firm’s round up of Austin’s worst crash deaths of 2016. Guns are still not as dangerous as our roads. Drive safe ya’ll.
- Georgetown residents take dog bite injuries very seriously. In 2015, Personal Injury lawyer Jason McMinn brought justice to a victim of serious dog bite injury, in which $10,000 were purely punitive.