I was reminded of the daughter of a family friend who was bitten by a cat(that’s right, NOT a dog) when we were driving around in Lubbock TX a few weeks back.
She contracted osteomyelitis, the medical term for bone infection, after never mentioning the cat bite to mom. Only by chance did they ever discover it was an animal bite that was causing bone recession and shrinkage. A lawyer friend who was a member of their church linked the two events, overhearing a conversation between Sunday school and church sermon, after bone loss had started.
The puncture wound caused by bite healed concealing the nastier harder to diagnose bone Infection. I never was privy to the outcome of the litigation, nor the lawyer they retained.
I guess you are wondering what this has to do with driving around Buddy Holly town. The building, with Texas Tech logo, in the picture has a huge Gorilla perched menacingly on its roof. The personal injury lawyer who works there also advertises his willingness to litigate dog,cat, and rodent bite cases.
Not sure what intent of Gorilla placement is other than an overt attention grab. In a huge college town, personal injury cases from driving under the influence of booze would be enough to live in a nice house and drive a nice car with no need for such a gimmick.