Chris Mayo Law Firm Chris Mayo Law Firm+ Facebook Twitter Linkedin
Chris Mayo Law Firm





Severe collision injures three women

Posted on December 28th, 2011 No Comments

On Tuesday afternoon at 1pm, an accident  injured three women and left one in critical condition on the far North Side.

According to police, a woman was driving her SUV south on US 281 and possibly blacked out and veered into a median near Redland Road.  The woman’s SUV broke through the metal cable barrier into a ditch and went airborne landing in the northbound lanes.  Once in the northbound lanes, the SUV was hit head-on with a passenger car and was pushed into another ditch ejecting the driver.

Both women in the passenger car and the driver of the SUV were taken to University Hospital.  The driver of the SUV is in critical condition.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident, contact San Antonio car accident lawyers of Chris Mayo Injury Lawyers at (210) 999-9999.

Christmas Tour on Government Hill

Posted on December 23rd, 2011 No Comments

San Antonio car accident lawyers of Chris Mayo Injury Lawyers are thrilled to announced the Government Hill Neighborhood Association’s 15th Annual “Christmas on the Hill” Tour of Homes.

The tour is complete with a horse-drawn carriage and the children can get their photo taken with Santa Claus. The Government Hill neighborhood between 1890-1930. One home on the tour, Lambermont, just completed a three year renovation process. Government Hill’s architecture is from the turn of the century, the neighborhood is located just next to Fort Sam Houston.

The money made from the annual tours goes into beautification projects to continue to restore this historic neighborhood.

For more information, visit the MySanAntonio website.

Cell phone ban urged for drivers across the country

Posted on December 15th, 2011 No Comments

On Tuesday, the National Highway Traffic Safety Board released a proposal for a nationwide ban on all cell phone use  while driving.

This proposal came after a tragic car accident in August 2010 in Gray Summit, MO that left two dead and injured 38 others.  The driver of the pickup truck that caused the accident was a 19 year old who sent 11 text messages in 11 minutes before the incident.

According to Chairwoman Deborah A.P. Hersman of the NHTSB, “More than 3,000 people lost their lives last year in distraction-related accidents…no call, no text, no update, is worth a human life.”

San Antonio, in addition to Austin, El Paso, and Arlington, banned texting while driving in October of 2010.  Though the NHTSB cannot actually pass any laws banning cell phone use, this proposal sends a very clear and strong message to legislatures that are responsible for changing such laws.

LBJ Tree Lighting Ceremony

Posted on December 7th, 2011 No Comments

San Antonio personal injury lawyers of Chris Mayo Injury Lawyers are pleased to announce the 42nd Annual Lyndon B. Johnson Tree Lighting Ceremony at Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park on Dec 18 from 6-9pm.

Each year, families gather in the park to hear carolers sing their favorites Christmas songs, see a live Nativity scene, and even catch a visit with Santa Claus.  You may even see JFK dressed as the Ghost of Christmas Past.  The gigantic cedar tree will be lit by a member of the Johnson family.

The event is free and is located at Lyndon B. Johnson National Historic Park, 100 Ladybird Ln, Johnson City; (830)644-2252

For more information on holiday events around San Antonio, visit the San Antonio Current website.

Automated defibrillators may save fewer lives

Posted on December 1st, 2011 No Comments

Ten years ago, based on a recommendation by the American Heart Association, hospitals across the country purchased millions of dollars worth of automated defibrillators made to help save lives in the event of a patient going into cardiac arrest.

New research, however, has shown that this equipment may have been a mistake, and that the older, low-tech defibrillators in fact save more lives.  Committee members of the American Heart Association endorsed the new products because they were designed so lesser-skilled hospital employees could operate them.

Chair of cardiovascular medicine at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio, Dr. Steven Nissen, stated, “Why would we want to dumb things down to a level of having a machine do the thinking for us?”

If you have lost a loved one from the failure of an automated defibrillator, contact San Antonio personal injury attorneys of Chris Mayo Injury Lawyers today at (210) 999-9999 and let us fight for you.

home  |  firm info  |  practice areas  |  articles  |  faqs  |  blog  |  testimonials  |  contact us  |  related resources  |  sitemap  |  Find us on Google+  |   Log in
Chris Mayo Law Firm 3238 NW Loop 410, San Antonio, TX 78213 USA | Phone: (210) 999-9999 | Fax: (210) 593-0002
Bandera | Beeville | Boerne | Castroville | Devine | Floresville | Fredericksburg | Kerrville | Pearsall | Pleasanton | San Antonio | Schertz | Seguin | Texas | Universal City | Uvalde

Chris Mayo Law Firm | 3238 NW Loop 410 | San Antonio, TX 78213 | Phone:(210) 999-9999 | Directions