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'You think of a doctor as God and that he's going to fix everything.' Those are the words spoken by Bernice Gomez, 63, who went into her surgery thinking that surgeon Dr. Sujeet Acharya and the team at Texas Oncology were going to remove the cancerous tumors on her adrenal glands and make everything better. Gomez was diagnosed with neuroendocrine carcinoma in the summer of 2016 and went in for her operation on November 14 of that same year. The surgery 'took longer than expected,' but according to the team, it was successful. In fact, according to sources close to Gomez, Acharya told the family that 'the adrenal gland and tumor were completely removed and that she was cancer free.' So, if that was the case, why was Bernice still in pain?

Surgery Gone Awry

Gomez said that after the surgery, she told the oncology team that she was in so much pain, she did not think she was going to make it. 'I was in so much pain, and I couldn't breathe,' she shared with CBSDFW. According to her, the pain was likely someone 'continually stabbing you.' After living with the excruciating pain for a few weeks, Gomez decided to get the second opinion of another doctor. It turns out that Gomez's tumors had not, in fact, been removed, as she had been told. However, nearly half of her pancreas had been and, as a result, pancreatic fluid was leaking into her body.


Elevator accidents are not all that common, and most elevator injuries occur during the maintenance phase and not when passengers are actually in the cars. This is because elevator technology is so refined that elevators are one of the safest modes of transportation. However, just because elevator accidents do not occur all that often does not mean that they never occur. Occasionally, a poorly maintained or wrongly installed elevator will malfunction. When this happens, it typically results in serious injury to the passenger or passengers. Some such injuries include broken bones, head injuries, emotional trauma, and even debilitation. If you or a loved one was injured in an elevator accident in Dallas, and if you want to seek justice for your injuries, contact the elevator accident lawyers at Clark Law Group to learn more about your rights and how to win the compensation you deserve.

Determining Liability in Elevator Accidents

Determining legal liability in an elevator accident is not as simple as one might think. While most people would assume that the building owner is responsible for injuries, that is not always the case. After all, the building owner just houses the elevator; the elevator company and its maintenance crew are responsible for ensuring that it works properly. However, if the building owner refuses to invest in elevator maintenance, then he or she could be held liable.


According the U.S. Fire Administration, an average of 3,000 people die every year in house and apartment fires. The most recent data, which is from 2015, saw 3,280 deaths by fire and 15,700 injuries, for a grand total of $14.3 billion in losses.

In most instances, the homeowner is to blame when a home catches fire, but what happens when the fire occurs in a rental or an apartment, and when the fire was started because of poor electrical or some other reason? Who is to blame then?

At Clark Law Group, our attorneys strive to help injured individuals recover compensation for medical expenses and other financial losses that are the result of another's negligence. If you had no part in the fire that started within your home, and if you believe that faulty wiring, a poorly manufactured product, or some other factor beyond your control is to blame, our attorneys can perform an investigation and ensure that you recover the compensation you rightfully deserve.


Our economy relies on truck drivers both directly and indirectly. Truck drivers transport whole and raw goods from manufacturers and farmers to distributors and other facets of the market, so it is not surprising that there is an estimated 15.5 million trucks that operate nationwide. It is because of the large number of trucks on the road that there are so many policies in place to regulate the trucking industry. One such policy deals with the way in which truckers secure their cargo.

Truckers often carry wide loads that are secured by nothing more than a few chains and ratchet straps. If you are familiar with these types of loads, you may have wondered once or twice how that can possibly be safe. While many of these wider loads may seem precariously secured, if they are secured in accordance with federal and state regulations, then they are not going anywhere. However, if the trucker does not adhere to regulations, there is no telling what kind of damage that may indirectly cause.

At Clark Law Group, we protect the legal rights of victims of rogue cargo. If you were involved in an18-wheeler trucking accident that was the result of poorly secured cargo, you have legal rights to monetary compensation. Protect your rights, and reach out to our Dallas trucking accident attorneys today.


If you own and operate a motorcycle in the Dallas, TX, area, liability rules and guidelines may be a bit different for you than they would be for the operator of a standard motor vehicle. Unfortunately, motorcyclists are stigmatized, and when an operator is in an accident, even law enforcement may operate under the notion that motorcyclists assume liability when they get behind the handlebars. This notion can make it difficult for motorcycle accident victims to recover compensation for their injuries and damages, especially if the police report shows a bias towards the other vehicle operator. For this reason, motorcycle accident victims should always retain the help of a knowledgeable and aggressive Dallas motorcycle accident attorney after an accident, one who has experience in investigation, negotiation, and litigation.

Bearing that in mind, much of a motorcycle accident victim's case hinges on what he or she did directly after the accident. Without understanding what protocol to follow, an accident victim may unwittingly sabotage his or her case. If you have never gone through the claims process before, and if you want to make sure that you have all of your legal bases covered should you ever have to go through it, keep the following advice in mind.

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