Personal Injury Attorney in Austin

In need of a competent Austin personal injury attorney? Look no more. A powerhouse of experienced and competent lawyers and legal support staff, O’Hanlon, McCollom & Demerath is committed to providing topnotch service to their clients. As personal injury lawyers, their primary goal is to provide assistance to clients so that they can receive the compensation they deserve for injuries in different complex liability claims.

O’Hanlon, McCollom & Demerath prioritizes their client’s welfare. Thus, they provide free initial consultation. Furthermore, clients are not charged any fees unless they clients receive the financial compensation for their personal injury or loss. To avail of their free initial consultation, contact O’Hanlon, McCollom & Demerath – Personal Injury Lawyers – 808 West Avenue, Austin, TX. 78701 – 512-494-9949.

Serious Side Effects of Actos

As a drug, Actos is used to treat Type 2 diabetes. Sometimes it is used in combination with other medications, but it is not used for treatment of Type 1 diabetes. Unfortunately, the said drug is reportedly to be causing serious side effects such as heart attacks and heart failure. In France and Germany, Actos was withdrawn from the market because of its association with bladder tumors.

Patients taking Actos and who are suffering from its serious side effects should consider filing for Actos lawsuit. This product liability claim can be expertly handled by O’Hanlon, McCollom & Demerath. Their lawyers perfectly understand that your injuries may not be your own fault. Contact them today by visiting their website.

When I Pray for My Child


I have been a firm believer of the power of prayer. And as a parent, I know that prayer can work wonders in the lives of our children. Praying, based on what I have learned (through reading, listening and my very own experience) is the acknowledgement of a Higher Being. A Being who is waaaaaaay greater than me. And when I pray, I recognize His presence and His ability to bless me and come to my aid when in distress.

I know I can’t do everything for my child. I can’t even protect her from EVERY harm that may come her way. I can’t even provide for her EVERYTHING that she needs. But I have my God and I entrust to Him my child. He loves her more than I do and what I can’t provide for her, He will.

Reconcile If You Can

I have been subscribing to OMF Literature’s Weekly Devotional Reading. Every week, I receive in my inbox excerpts of devotions from varied original titles published by OMF Lit. I want to share with you what I received this week. I hope you will have time to read, reflect and ponder with me.

Reconcile If You Can

All this is from God who reconciled us to Himself through Christ and gave us the ministry of reconciliation

2 Corinthians 5:18

Reconciliation with someone who has become estranged from you is not always possible. There are times when you desperately want to be reconciled, yet in spite of your prayers, tears and pleas, the other person still walks away from you, leaving you with feelings of guilt.

So what do you do when you have tried to reconcile and it hasn’t happened? Do you live with the burden of guilt or find God’s grace to move on?

First, you need to make sure your relationship with God is right, that you are reconciled with Him. As Isaiah puts it, “We all, like sheep, have gone astray, each of us has turned to his own way” (Isaiah 53:6). Sometimes difficulty forces you to look in the mirror and re-align yourself with God’s will for your life. This means saying, “Lord, forgive me. I ask for Your help and forgiveness.”

Then, get up off your knees and know that you are free of your burden. No, your situation hasn’t changed. You have. No longer will you feel guilt and you can now find God’s grace to move on. There is tremendous freedom in putting something you cannot change in God’s hands. He is the only one who can turn hearts back to Himself and back to you.

At this point, do you give up on ever being reconciled? No, not for a moment. You wait, expecting God to honor your prayers and trust Him. How long do you wait? As long as necessary for God to change the heart of the person who walked away from you.

Reconcile if you can. But if you can’t, trust God for His grace to help you do the right thing and wait for Him to act.

This devotion is taken from Today Counts by Harold Sala, an original title from OMF Literature.