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September 28, 2020

What You Should Know About Wrongful Death Claims

Regardless of if you were the victim in a commercial truck accident or suffered an injury after slipping on someone else’s premises, all accidents complicate life. They become even more frustrating when you were not at fault. However, when someone loses their life in an accident, things get even more complicated. Wrongful death claims are some of the most challenging …

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September 3, 2020

Avoiding Labor Day Accidents

2020 has been an unprecedented year. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused turmoil around the world, changing how virtually everyone lives. However, the ongoing pandemic does not look to stop people from celebrating Labor Day weekend. While COVID-19 has reduced the number of Americans traveling over this weekend, plenty of people still plan on traveling. An estimated 42.5 million Americans plan …

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August 7, 2020

An Insurance Company Refuses to Pay My Personal Injury Claim: What to Do

With more and more people moving to Texas and calling the Lone Star State home, Texas roads are filling up at a quick rate. With the growing number of drivers on roads, the risk of car accidents will also increase. Unfortunately, you will likely be involved in at least one car accident in your life. Whether minor or severe, these …

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June 23, 2020

The Most Common 4th of July Accidents

The 4th of July is almost here! Millions of people come together to celebrate the birth of this great country. The 4th of July is one of the most popular holidays on the entire calendar. People come together to throw cookouts, have pool parties, shoot off fireworks, and so much more. Millions of Americans eagerly wait every year to celebrate …

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May 19, 2020

Memorial Day Accidents by the Numbers

Summer is almost here, and the first holiday that unofficially signals the start of summer is Memorial Day! While activities will not be as plentiful as in years past due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, many areas in the country are beginning to slowly open up. Texas is one such place that is beginning to see businesses open that have …

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May 5, 2020

Coming Prepared for Your Legal Consultation

Most people will spend much of their life trying to avoid the need to take legal action in any scenario. However, life is not that simple. There are things we cannot change or avoid. Accidents can and do happen, which leads many of us needing assistance from a trusted attorney. There is no shame in this. After all, attorneys are …

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March 26, 2020

What Texas Being a “One Bite Rule” State Means

To many people, dogs are much more than pets; they’re family. Dog bite attacks can be challenging because of the love and adoration we have for these four-legged creatures. Yet, unfortunately, dog bites happen regularly here in Texas and throughout the United States. We need to remember that dogs are still animals and have internal instincts that may cause them …

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March 3, 2020

What Are the Most Common St. Patrick’s Day Accidents?

St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner, marking a favorite holiday for many. With more than 33 million Americans claiming Irish descent, it is no wonder St. Patrick’s Day is such a beloved holiday in the United States. Not only has St. Patrick’s Day (or St. Patty’s Day) become one of the nation’s most popular holidays, but unfortunately, it …

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February 21, 2020

Avoiding Disaster on Mardi Gras

Mardi Gras is one of the most festive holidays celebrated in the U.S. every year, especially down south. Every year, a reported 1.4 million people make their way to New Orleans to participate in the iconic Fat Tuesday parade and ensuing celebrations. This year, Fat Tuesday and the official Mardi Gras day falls on February 25. However, carnival celebrations officially …

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January 31, 2020

The Dangers of Super Bowl Sunday

Super Bowl LIV is this Sunday in Miami, marking the end of another great NFL season. As the Chiefs and 49ers prepare to compete for the Lombardi Trophy, millions of Americans are preparing for Super Bowl Sunday, too. While the players and coaches are preparing for the biggest game of the season, Americans are stocking up on wings, nachos, beer, …