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Wrongful Death Claims after Fatal Drunk Driving-Related Crashes

Losing a loved one in a drunk driving accident seems to be the definition of tragedy. One person’s senseless act of getting behind the wheel when they were intoxicated can devastate the lives of absolute strangers. When a loved one is killed by such a reckless act, there is an overwhelming sense of grief. There Read More

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What Do Statistics Reveal about Texting and Driving?

Many states have passed bans on texting while driving. While Texas has not yet passed a “statewide” ban on texting and driving, certain cities have and you can receive a ticket if an officer observes you violating the ban within the city’s limits, including school zones. According to statistics reported by the Centers for Disease Read More

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Who Is Liable in a Rollover Accident?

When your loved one suffers serious injury or dies in a rollover car crash, you want to know whose fault the accident was and whether unsafe factors made the vehicle roll over. An experienced lawyer can help you investigate the accident, determine the cause, look into the possibility of defective vehicle design and identify liable Read More

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What Are Some of the Greatest Dangers at Construction Sites?

The construction industry has a reputation for being a dangerous industry and statistics support this impression. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics summary for 2012, fatal construction injuries in the private sector rose five percent (5%) from 2011 to 2012. Meanwhile, the total hours worked only increased one percent (1%). By comparison, the previous Read More

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What Are Your Rights Under the Wrongful Death Law?

Families that lose a loved one suffer tremendous loss. When they lose significant financial support as well, it compounds the loss even more. An attorney can help you sue for damages when your loved one dies as a result of someone else’s neglect, carelessness, lack of skill, wrongful act or failure to act. Under Texas Read More

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