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Category: Texas Blog

How to Handle an Accident With an Uninsured Driver

Posted January 11, 2019 | Personal Injury,Texas Blog

Car accidents can be difficult situations to navigate. You will need to determine insurance information, liability, and potential legal action to recover compensatory damages. If you suffer from severe injuries or significant property damage, you may consider filing a personal injury lawsuit or contacting a Mesquite accident attorney. Your ability to receive damages depends on… read more

New Texas Laws You Should Know

Posted January 9, 2019 | Personal Injury,Texas Blog

A fresh set of laws are set to come into the Texas legislature in 2019. From human trafficking protections to campaign finance regulations, these new laws intend to protect Texans’ safety and interests. Here are some of the most crucial laws you should be aware of as we move into the new year. Stronger Protections… read more

Romaine Lettuce E. coli Symptoms

Posted December 14, 2018 | Personal Injury,Texas Blog

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently issued a food safety alert on November 26, 2018, concerning romaine lettuce grown in northern and central California. The food safety alert warns consumers of the risk of contracting Escherichia coli (E. coli) from eating contaminated romaine lettuce. The particular strain of E. coli involved in… read more

What You Need Before a Free Consultation

Posted December 13, 2018 | Personal Injury,Texas Blog

A consultation with a Mesquite accident attorney is an important step in securing legal representation. Attorneys offer free consultations to attract new clients and offer potential clients the opportunity to learn more about their legal rights and options in civil and criminal matters. Keep a few things in mind about free consultations offered by attorneys…. read more

Greyhound Bus Liability After a Crash

Posted November 13, 2018 | Personal Injury,Texas Blog

Buses have long been touted as a relatively safe way to travel. Not only are they large, they also have energy-absorbing seat backs that help protect passengers in case of a crash. However, many of these buses do not have seat belts, which becomes an issue of liability in the event of a bus accident…. read more

Dallas Car Inspection Laws You Should Know

Posted October 24, 2018 | Personal Injury,Texas Blog

The state of Texas requires all motor vehicles to go through regular safety inspections to ensure local roads stay safe. Some counties also require vehicles go through regular emissions tests. Read on for our guide to Dallas car inspection laws, whether it’s time to renew your registration or you just want a refresher on how… read more

Recent Product Recall 2018 in Texas

Posted September 18, 2018 | Personal Injury,Texas Blog

This year been filled with multiple product recalls by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Unfortunately, many of these recalls have been affecting Texas products. Recent months alone have seen multiple products recalls. Here is a list of some products that should should look in your pantry… read more

Stray Bullet Injury Statistics: Who Is Liable? Do I Need an Attorney?

Posted September 18, 2018 | Personal Injury,Texas Blog

Bullet wounds can be serious injuries, leading both to significant life changes and even death. If someone shoots another person in an act of aggravated assault, it’s obvious who’s liable for the injury. However, many gun injuries and deaths are the result of stray bullets. In 2016, there were 489 unintentional shooting deaths, according to… read more

Texas Fireworks Laws 2018

Posted July 6, 2018 | Personal Injury,Texas Blog

Fireworks are legal to own in Texas, and state residents should follow several guidelines when it comes to legal fireworks purchases and use. While it is legal to purchase fireworks in Texas, the state regulates the times when it is acceptable to do so. As of 2016, fireworks sales are open in the days leading… read more

If a Jaywalker Gets Hit – Who Is at Fault?

Posted May 22, 2018 | Personal Injury,Texas Blog

Jaywalking is one of the least-monitored laws. Many law enforcement officers across the country do not enforce jaywalking laws as much as other, more serious offenses. However, jaywalking is a dangerous action that can easily lead to an accident, and if a jaywalker gets hit, it can be difficult to determine who is responsible for… read more