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A plaintiff must demonstrate that they were owed a duty of care, that a property owner breached that duty of care and that the plaintiff suffered injury as a direct result of that breach – in other words, negligence. There is an exception to this general rule, and that is the “obvious danger” defense.

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More than 2,500 children turn out to trick-or-treat on Halloween night. When I moved to Oak Cliff, I noticed on Halloween that MANY children around here trick-or-treat without costumes and carrying plastic grocery bags. The next year, our firm opted to do something about it!

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While urban legends like razor blades, poison doctored candy and now marijuana edibles finding their way into your child’s Halloween bucket persist, the biggest threat to children’s safety on this hallmark childhood holiday is traffic.

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All drivers have a duty to exercise reasonable care for their passengers. Injured passenger claimants may consider filing against both the policy of the covered vehicle in which they were passengers AND the other vehicle involved in the crash.

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Personal injury claimants need to understand that they must take steps to minimize the financial impact of their case. State law stipulates that a claimant bears a proportionate responsibility to avoid further harm to themselves and others.

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