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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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  • Can You Suffer Brain Damage from a Mild Traumatic Brain Injury? +

    When people think about brain damage caused as a result of an accident, a serious traumatic brain injury is what most often comes to mind. You’re less likely to think that head injuries caused by common accidents such as falling from a bike, or being involved in a car accident at slow speed would lead to damage to the brain. According to recent research, however, even mild traumatic brain injuries may lead to brain damage.

    A traumatic brain injury is caused by a bump or blow to the head, or by a penetrating head injury, such as a head wound

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  • Study Says, Your Concussion May Actually Be a Neck Injury +

    A concussion sounds like the furthest thing from a neck injury, but new research suggests the dividing line between the symptoms of these two quite different injuries may not be all that clear. If you’ve been diagnosed with a concussion and your symptoms are stubbornly persistent, you may want to discuss with your doctor the possibility that you might be suffering from a neck injury instead.

    It may sound odd – after all, concussions affect the head while with a neck injury it’s obviously the neck that has been injured - but according to a study conducted by University at Buffalo sports

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  • What if I can't prove negligence? +

    To have a valid personal injury claim, you have to be able to prove four things:

    · An individual had a duty

    · The duty was breached

    · The breach caused harm

    · An injury

    The individual is the person who harmed you, and the duty varies from case to case. If you were in a car accident, the individual’s duty was to follow traffic laws. A homeowner’s duty may include keeping their property in a safe condition, following HOA or zoning laws, or keeping a dangerous dog secured in their yard. A retail store owner’s duty may be to keep the store in

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