Carabin Shaw – Accident Injury Lawyers Announces Relocation of San Antonio Office
We Have Moved
San Antonio, August 6th 2023 – Carabin Shaw – Accident Injury Lawyers, a leading personal injury law firm in Texas, is excited to announce the relocation of its San Antonio office from its previous location on 630 Broadway, San Antonio, 78215 to a new and improved facility, located at the “old Creamery” 875 E Ashby Pl# 1100 San Antonio, Texas 78212
The move is part of the firm’s commitment to serve their clients better and provide enhanced legal representation in the San Antonio area.
The new office space, strategically located at 875 E Ashby Pl# 1100 San Antonio, Texas 78212, offers an upgraded and modern environment for clients and staff alike. With state-of-the-art facilities and expanded resources, Carabin Shaw is poised to continue delivering exceptional legal services to individuals and families who have suffered injuries due to accidents.
“We are thrilled to announce the relocation of our San Antonio office,” said James Michael Shaw, Managing Partner at Carabin Shaw – Accident Injury Lawyers. “This move represents our commitment to providing top-notch legal representation and support to our clients. The new office space allows us to enhance our services further and better accommodate the needs of those injured in accidents.”
For further information about Carabin Shaw – Accident Injury Lawyers and their services, please visit carabinshaw.com or their office at 875 E Ashby Pl# 1100 San Antonio, Texas 78212.
About Carabin Shaw – Accident Injury Lawyers:
Carabin Shaw: Accident Injury Lawyers is a premier personal injury law firm serving clients in San Antonio and across Texas. With over 30 years of experience, their dedicated team of attorneys specializes in various personal injury cases, providing aggressive representation and personalized attention to each client. Carabin Shaw is committed to fighting for justice and ensuring that accident victims receive the compensation they deserve.
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An Orca (killer whale) perished from St. Louis Encephalitis and West Nile. Unfortunately, no creature is immune to the dangers of mosquito-borne illness. Mosquitoes should pick on someone their own size. The unthinkable happened some years ago. The story was released by WDCS ( Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society). Two Orca whales have died due to two mosquito-borne illnesses, West Nile Virus and St. Louis Encephalitis. Their deaths were documented at the Florida Marine Mammal Health Conference on April 24th-27th. More on this website @ https://jenkinspest.com
Even whales are at risk for mosquito-borne illness and disease. The case study from WCDS focused on the death of 25-year-old Orca “Kanduke,” who died in 1990 in Orlando, Fla., from the St. Louis Encephalitis virus, and 14-year-old “Taku” from San Antonio, who died in 2007 after being infected with West Nile Virus.
St. Louis Encephalitis is a disease caused by being bitten by a mosquito carrying the virus. The disease originated in 1933 when an encephalitis epidemic broke out in St. Louis County, Missouri. Over 1,000 cases were reported to the local health departments at that time. That is why it is called St. Louis Encephalitis. The illness causes irritation and swelling of the brain. Fatality rates from the illness can range from 3-30%, dependent on variables such as age and other health conditions the patient may have. Currently, there is no vaccine for the illness; only controlling and preventing mosquitoes that are potential carriers will reduce your chances of infection. West Nile Virus is an asymptomatic illness that, when left untreated, can turn into West Nile Fever, West Nile Encephalitis, or Meningitis. Like St. Louis Encephalitis, West Nile Virus can morph into a neuroinvasive disease that causes brain and spinal cord inflammation. Humans, dogs, horses, and other mammals can contract West Nile Virus and St. Louis Encephalitis. This is the first case where the incidence was among sea mammals such as Orcas. Proof positive that, unfortunately, no creature is immune to the dangers of mosquito-borne illness. Contact our Pest Control company to learn more about our mosquito control programs that reduce your risk of contracting a potentially infected mosquito. Our seasonal mosquito control will keep your yard mosquito free all season long. Call us today for a free quote.
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When You Need a Lawyer on Your Side …
Workplace injuries in Texas are covered by Workers’ Compensation. Employers are not required to carry Workers’ Compensation insurance, but many do. If an employee is injured at work and the employer has Workers’ Compensation, the insurance pays medical and lost wages benefits. Also, if a third party was involved in causing your injury, you may have a claim against that party. If you feel you are not getting fair treatment or if you have any questions, contact an attorney. ..
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In Workers’ Compensation, there are many procedural requirements and deadlines that must be met, in order for your claim to be granted. Don’t let the procedural details prevent you from receiving justice. All that should matter is that you were injured at work.
If there is a dispute about how serious the injury is, whether your injury was caused by work, or whether you are well enough to return to work, you need an attorney. Contact our Law Office.
Whatever caused the work injury, you should be compensated.
A truck driver who was injured in an accident while driving for an employer is entitled to Workers’ Compensation. A warehouse worker who is hit on the head by falling boxes should be covered by Workers’ Compensation. Office workers, farmworkers, construction workers, delivery workers — all workers injured in workplace accidents — are covered by Workers’ Compensation if the employer subscribes to it.
Workers’ Compensation provides for medical treatment and for a portion of your wages while you are unable to work. Your employer or the insurance carrier may question the severity of your job injury or even whether you were injured on the job. Contact an attorney who can review your case, talk to your employer’s insurance carrier, and represent you in a hearing.
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At our law firm, you will always talk with an attorney. We want to hear your story and help you get the compensation you should have under the Workers’ Comp law. Contact us for an appointment. For Workers’ Compensation clients, the consultation is free.