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August 7, 2017

Steps to Follow After a Car Wreck

Being involved in a car accident can be an extremely overwhelming and scary experience. Unfortunately, car accidents take place every single day in the United States and range from minor fender-benders to far more serious, deadly accidents. Thanks in part to the many distractions of today, we are seeing more serious accidents take place on a regular basis. Whether you …

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July 24, 2017

I’ve Been Bit By Someone’s Dog. Can I Sue?

Dogs are some of the most loyal and loving companions there are, however, they are still animals that can have behavioral issues. When a dog’s owner fails to properly train them, the chances of the dog acting out and hurting another human are much higher. Dog bites can range from minor nips to far more serious, even life-threatening injuries. In …

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July 13, 2017

Drunk Driving and Its Consequences

Driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol often leads to serious accidents, injuries, and death. When an individual makes the decision to get behind the wheel of a car after having too much to drink, the results may be catastrophic. Alcohol and drugs impair our judgment and decision-making skills, which is why people often think they are ‘fine’ …

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June 30, 2017

5 Myths About Personal Injury Law

Personal injury cases are some of the most common here in the United States. From car accidents to dog bite injuries and injuries sustained after a slip and fall, personal injury cases are filed every single day. Even though this branch of law encompasses so many different cases, personal injury law is often misunderstood. In order to ensure our clients …

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June 9, 2017

The Risks of Texting and Driving

Texting and driving has become a serious problem in the United States, especially amongst teen drivers. In March 2017, Texas passed a state law prohibiting texting while driving, a move that highlights what a big problem this is in our state. While the law was met with controversy at the House level, it inevitably passed, turning the focus to police …