Sheer Smiles, a Frisco Pediatric Dentistry opens new dental office

Sheer Smiles, a Frisco Pediatric Dentistry opens their new dental office in Frisco TX. Located at 2626 Stonebrook Parkway, Suite 200, Frisco, TX 75034. For more information can be found at

The new Frisco pediatric dentistry of Sheer Smiles in Frisco TX

Sheer Smiles is a brand new pediatric dentist office with state-of-art equipment and technology. The new pediatric dentist office is completely digital and chartless, creating an efficient and more environmentally friendly environment. Each operatory is equipped with digital x-rays and computer screens that can display x-rays for clinicians and patients to view.

Sheer Smiles accepts most insurance plans, offers easy financing and has an in-house dental plan available. To book a pediatric dental appointment at the new office, simply call (972) 987-0787 or visit the office web page at:

Thank you for visiting Sheer Smiles’ new website at Frisco Pediatric Dentistry. It is good to know that people are actively searching for pediatric dental information related to their children’s oral health and well-being.


Frisco Pediatric Dentistry Update

Sheer Smiles, a Frisco Pediatric Dentistry will be opening their doors July 24th. Please visit their website for the current office status. Over time, new pediatric information about subjects related to children’s oral hygiene will be posted on their website’s blog. We appreciate your patience during the final stages of construction, equipment installation, and the deployment of our new website.

We’re very excited about the new office and wish the best to you and those in you life…

Rush Hour Dallas Car Accident Guide

Comments From A Personal Injury Lawyer

The Joys of Traffic in Dallas

The DFW metropolis is one of the fastest growing cities in the country with a population of over 6
million people and growing. This means more cars on the roads and more congestion on highways and interstates.

When you get off work and can’t wait to get home, chances are, you will be stuck in the joys of traffic. We’ve all been there and it is not fun. But even worse, you get rear ended and you think it can’t get any worse from there. You want to be prepared in situations like this so that when you do come this awful moment that everyone dreads, you can be on top of it.

At the Law Office of Sean Chalaki, we want to be here to help. So we have come up with a Step-by-Step guide to help assist you in an accident that was not your fault.

1. Call 911 and Request a police officer and an ambulance for any injured person.
2. Ask and insist they make a report.
3. Do not leave the scene of the accident.
4. Take pictures of the accident scene and the vehicles before moving the vehicles.
5. Write the names and phone numbers of any witnesses and all others involved in the accident.
6. Do not discuss the accident with the other drivers.
7. Obtain the accident report number from the investigating police officer.

Call Chalaki Law at 972-793-8500 and we will be happy to assist you with your accident.

Dallas Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

A Personal Injury Lawyer Explains

Personal Injury Explained

The practice of Personal Injury Law protects your rights after you suffer injuries to your person due to another person’s act or omission of an act of negligence or wrongdoing. Your injuries could be caused by car accidents, slip and fall, product defects, dog bites, or other factors. In these situations and others you have the right to be compensated for your damages including your pain and suffering. People can be injured at home, work, job sites, on the road, at the stores, or anywhere they may travel.

There are several other factors that need to be taken in consideration when making your personal injury claim. First, all parties responsible for the accident needs to be identified and held liable.

Second, you may have a claim against your own insurance depending on the policy you have.

Read more: Understanding Your Auto Insurance Policy

Third, you may have other legal options in recovering more than just your damages if the individual was grossly negligent or violated the law while committing the tort. Moreover, there are other factors that need to be taken in consideration which you can further consult with DFW personal injury lawyer who have the proper experience in handling such cases.

Liability is a key factor in handling personal injury cases. Liability can be determined by proving that the individual who caused the harm did so because he/she did not act as a reasonable person would have in the same circumstances. If the opposing party fails to properly investigate the case and denies liability you may be entitled to file a lawsuit and recover your damages.

It is important to note that many personal injury cases never make it to the courts. Out-of-court settlements are often chosen to resolve the issue because they are not as lengthy or costly. If a settlement cannot be reached then the case will be presented to the court of proper jurisdiction for litigation.

When you are injured in any form of accident, there are actions that must be taken. First and foremost, inform the police. Seek medical help for your injuries immediately. Lastly, gather evidence, photos, and information on the accident and injuries. This includes talking to witnesses and taking down their names and addresses. You should also write a personal account of the incident while the details are fresh in your mind.

Please refer to our step by step instructions: Car Accident Help Guide

If you have been injured in a car accident, truck accident, death in the family, slip and fall or suffered any other injuries contact our office and let us assist you. At the Law Offices of Sean Chalaki, our goal is to protect you and your loved ones before the incident and protect your rights after the incident. For more information, call DFW Personal Injury Attorney Sean Chalaki at (972) 793-8500 for a free consultation.

Sean Chalaki was recognized for his outstanding legal achievements and continued excellence in his practice of law by making the Super Lawyers’ Rising Stars list for 2016

Sean Chalaki – Personal Injury Lawyer

2016 Rising Stars by Super Lawyers

Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The annual selections are made using a patented multi-phase process that includes peer nominations, independent research by Super Lawyers, and evaluations from a highly credentialed panel of attorneys. The result is a credible, comprehensive and diverse listing of exceptional attorneys to be used as a resource for referring attorneys, as well as individuals and businesses seeking legal representation. Ultimately, only 5% of Texas Lawyers are selected.

Read: Sean Chalaki Profile on Super Lawyers’ Website

The Rising Stars selection process mirrors the Super Lawyers selection process with one exception: to be eligible for inclusion in Rising Stars, a candidate must be either 40 years old or younger or in practice for 10 years or less. However, whereas up to 5% of Texas lawyers are named to Super Lawyers, no more than 2.5% are named to the Rising Stars list.

Sean Chalaki exhibits exceptional legal skills and unwavering commitment to clients. Mr. Chalaki’s primary focus is personal injury litigation. However, Mr. Chalaki has the ability to take control of any situation and assist clients with an array of legal matters. Notability, Mr. Chalaki is distinguished in the legal community for implementing innovative technology into the litigation process. By creating a digital office, Mr. Chalaki and his firm uses the most advanced technology to research and process cases. Additionally, Mr. Chalaki’s digital innovations and integration resulted in dynamic advances for presenting evidence in the court room. The combination of implementing advanced technology and maintaining a steadfast commitment to clients has made Mr. Chalaki a leader among his peers.

We are proud to announce that Sean Chalaki was recognized for his outstanding legal achievements and continued excellence in his practice of law by making the Super Lawyers’ Rising Stars list for 2016.

Please join us in congratulating Sean Chalaki for his honorable achievement.

Three dead in crash near Wylie TX

Three killed in two-vehicle crash

April 01, 2016 4:32 PM

WYLIE TX — One adult and two children have died in a crash that has led to the closure of Highway 78 in both directions just south of State Highway 205 near Wylie.

The accident occurred just before 2:15 p.m. south of Lavon near Rettop Road, according to Sgt. Lonny Haschel with the Texas Department of Public Safety.

The adult victim was identified as Peter Hacking, who served as a captain with the Nevada, Texas, volunteer fire department. He was named the department’s volunteer of the year in 2015.

Authorities say the driver of a van carrying two passengers was headed southbound on Highway 78 and somehow lost control of the vehicle, which swerved into northbound traffic. The van struck a car, killing all three people inside.

The three occupants of the van were transported to Medical Center of Plano with serious injuries.

According to Wylie Texas Fire Rescue, the road re-opened in both directions around 9:30 p.m. Thursday.

Insurance Premiums Dallas Lawyer

Why are my insurance premiums so high?

The Factors That Contribute to Insurance Premiums Going Up!

Insurance companies set their rates based on how likely they believe a person is to file a claim. If they believe you are more likely to file a claim, then your insurance premium will be higher. If the insurance company believes you are less likely to file a claim, then your insurance premium is lower. Some factors insurance companies consider are obvious such as person’s driving record for vehicle insurance and a person’s medical history for life and health insurance.  But other factors might not be so obvious.

Here are some factors which may make your insurance premium higher:

Credit Score: Statistics show that people with lower credit scores are more likely to get into vehicle accidents than people with higher credit scores. Therefore, lower credit scores will likely get you a higher insurance premium.

Household Claim History: When looking for home insurance, insurers have access to seven years’ worth of insurance claims for that particular house through the Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange (CLUE). Even if you didn’t live at the home during the time the claims were made, your insurance premiums can go up if there is a history of claims for that home. For example, if there have been several mold-related claims made against the home, the chances are higher there could be mold-related claims in the future.

Car’s Horsepower: If your vehicle is a six-cylinder model, rather than a four-cylinder model, it is likely your insurance premium will be higher. The higher the horsepower of your vehicle, the higher the insurance premium.

Driving Record: If you have had several driving violations, you are a higher risk to cause vehicle accidents with other drivers. Therefore, your insurance rates will be higher because you are a higher risk for the insurance company. Generally, more than two moving violations in the last three years will usually put a driver in a higher premium.

Co-Workers: If you receive your health insurance through your job, then the premium is determined by the collective risk of the group. Therefore, if you work with older people who are more susceptible to sickness, your premium may be higher, regardless of how young and healthy you may be. However, if you work with a lot of healthy, young people, your premium will likely be lower, even if you are older and more prone to illness.

Body Mass Index: Your weight also has a big impact on your health insurance premiums since obesity puts any person at a greater risk for injury, sickness and life threatening diseases. Generally, if you have a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or greater, you will pay an average of 22 percent more than someone with a BMI of 25. Even if you have lost weight, you may have to prove you have kept the weight off for at least a year before your premiums will go down.

Education Level: Statistically, insurance companies know there is a connection between the level of education you have and the number of insurance claims you make. In fact, people with higher educations, tend to make fewer insurance claims. Therefore, with each level of education you complete, make sure you let your insurance company know because it could lower your premium. Similarly, your job itself could lower your insurance premium or make it higher. People in careers such as corporate executive, attorneys or teachers tend to receive lower premiums, while blue collar workers tend to have higher insurance premiums because they tend to make more insurance claims.

Family Health History: Even if you have no history of sickness or illness, your insurance premiums may be higher if your parents or siblings died or even were diagnosed with heart disease or cancer before age 60. That kind of family history makes you a higher risk to also have that illness making your medical costs higher.

Zip Code: Where you live can also impact your insurance premium. If you live in an area where a lot of insurance claims are made, even if you never made one yourself, your insurance premium will be higher. Likewise, if you live in an area with a low number of insurance claims, then your premium will likely be lower. Insurance companies study all the statistics possible to find out what kind of risk you are.

Hobbies: Insurance companies also want to know about your hobbies. If you are one who enjoys adrenaline or adventure sports such as skydiving, bull riding or race car driving, then your insurance rates will generally be higher. Also, if you are planning a lot of international travel, especially to risky areas such as Afghanistan, then you could also see higher insurance premiums.