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Preeminent Litigation Attorney

Respected by his peers for intense preparation, tenacity, professionalism, willingness to take cases to trial and concern for his clients, attorneys across the state refer Robert Greening their most complex personal injury cases and have distinguished him with the top "AV" rating from Martindale-Hubbell and with the designation of Thomson Reuters' Texas Super Lawyer in 2005, 2006, 2012, 2013, and 2014, as seen in Texas Monthly Magazine.

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GreeningLaw P.C. Blog

  • 7 Tips for Avoiding Distractions While Driving +

    Here at Greening Law, we see the tragic consequences of distracted driving in the faces of our injury clients. Here are seven tips to avoid distractions while driving that may help you or someone else to avoid becoming involved in a car accident. While we’re on the road, we often don’t even notice our attention’s been engaged by some distraction or other. After all, how often have you been driving when, hearing the buzz or ting of your phone signalling an incoming text message, you casually and without really thinking about it, look away from the road and down at

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  • Traumatic Brain Injuries in Football: High-Tech Mouthguards and Smart Helmets +

    If you’re the parent of a child who plays high school football, recent news about contact sports and traumatic brain injury may have made you a little nervous about your child’s safety while on the football field. The problem is a serious one which has garnered a lot of attention in the past few years.

    One of the biggest issues arises when players who have received a concussion during game time continue playing because no-one realizes they’ve suffered an injury to the head. Helmets, which help to reduce the risk of concussions, unfortunately are not capable of eliminating concussions altogether.

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  • How Effective Are Motorcycle Partial Helmet Laws? +

    Motorcyclists in Texas are governed by what’s known as a partial helmet law. Rather than a universal mandatory requirement for all motorcycle riders to wear helmets, under Texas law those under the age of 21 are required to wear a helmet when riding a motorcycle.

    As well, riders over the age of 21 who have either proof of motorcycle rider training or who are covered by a health insurance plan which provides coverage for motorcycle-related injuries are not required to wear a helmet.

    This law is a secondary law rather than a primary law, as law enforcement officers are prohibited

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  • Considering a Fetal Keepsake Ultrasound Video? The FDA Advises You to Reconsider +

    For first time parents, pregnancy is an exciting and uncertain period of time. You know your lives will be forever changed with the birth of your baby, and at times you feel you can hardly bear the anticipation you’re feeling during the nine months of pregnancy. For expectant parents during this time, there is something so special about seeing the ultrasound image of your baby.

    But if you’ve been considering obtaining an over-the-counter fetal keepsake ultrasound video from a commercial establishment, you may want to think again. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has released a consumer update warning expectant

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  • Bicyclist Fatalities: A Disturbing Urban Trend +

    If you live in a city and enjoy riding your bicycle to get around, you’re part of a growing trend. In addition to the environmental benefits, riding a bicycle provides the exercise which scientific study after study has now demonstrated is essential for maintaining good health as we grow older.

    According to a recent report released by the Governors Highway Safety Association, however, there has also been a disturbing safety trend when it comes to bicyclists. Unlike overall motor vehicle fatalities, which saw an increase of only one percent between 2010 and 2012, the period studied by the report, the

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  • Tips for Recovering from a Concussion +

    If you’ve recently been in a car accident, or involved in another type of accident such as a fall, you may have incurred a bump or blow to the head which has resulted in a concussion. Concussions are the most common form of mild traumatic brain injury, and fortunately, most people do recover fully from concussion.

    It’s important to understand that everyone recovers from a concussion at his or her own speed. A number of factors are involved, including things like how severe your concussion is, your age and how well you’re taking care of yourself during the recovery period.

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  • New Study to Examine Needs of the Older Driver +

    As teenagers, when we first passed our driver’s exams and got the keys to the family car, we stepped into our first taste of adult independence. For senior drivers, being able to drive can also be associated with independence. Despite this, there has been a dearth of research on the older driver.

    This, however, is changing, with AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety’s recent announcement that it will be investing $12 million into a study directed towards assessing the needs of the older driver.

    The money will go toward the final phase of AAA Foundation’s Longitudinal Research on Aging Drivers (LongROAD)

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  • Are Red Light Traffic Cameras Really That Effective? +

    If you’ve ever been stuck with a traffic citation as a result of a red light traffic camera, you’ve probably wondered to yourself, just how effective are these red light traffic cameras anyway?

    According to a recent study commissioned by the Chicago Tribune , not as effective as people may think. The study found that, while right-angle or “T-bone” crashes were reduced by 15 percent, rear-end accidents actually increased by 22 percent. The result? A five percent increase overall in the number of motor vehicle accidents occurred at intersections which had red light traffic cameras installed.

    Additionally, the study found that,

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  • “Being out of state and having been a victim of a slip and fall while in Dallas, I knew I had to have a lawyer in Dallas. I am so thankful I was led to Robert Greening. Mr. Greening returned my e-mail explaining my case after office hours and upon speaking with him I knew by his honesty and compassion that he was the lawyer I wanted. Any questions I had were responded to quickly and my case was resolved much faster than I expected and with an extremely satisfactory settlement. If you are like me- reading reviews to determine which lawyer to choose- I would, without hesitation, recommend Robert Greening.”

    -Slip and Fall Client
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