Everyday life was upended last Spring as the entire globe entered the COVID19 pandemic. A year later and much is still in flux. Certainly, incredible loss and tragedy became all too common. Now though, a bit of hope is in the air. The end of the … [Continue reading] about Thoughts on a Year in Pandemic
Easily inhaled asbestos fibers The theme of the 2021 Global Asbestos Awareness Week is “One Word. One Week. One World.” Since 2005, the Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization (ADAO) has hosted a week of education and action to end the use of … [Continue reading] about Global Asbestos Awareness Week
The Protecting the Right to Organize Act, or PRO Act, is a proposed United States law that would amend previous labor laws such as the National Labor Relations Act, for the purpose of expanding labor protections related to employees' rights to … [Continue reading] about Protecting the Right to Organize Act – PRO Act
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) says the benefits of free lung cancer early testing could be significant – especially for women and Black people. This task force is an independent assembly of 16 physicians and scientists who evaluate … [Continue reading] about Federal Task Force OKs Free Lung Cancer Early Testing
The Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex has seen its share of trucking accidents. And recently, a historic 100+ vehicle collision occurred amid icy road conditions on I-35 in Fort Worth tragically caused large scale personal injury and a number of … [Continue reading] about Could Trucking Companies Be Liable for Accidents Caused by Snow and Ice in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex?