Memorial Day weekend kicks off the start of the summer season. Whether you are traveling for Memorial Day or joining friends or family to celebrate close to home, know the risks so you can stay safe and prevent injuries.
Estimates of the cost of property damages caused by the winter storm statewide are in the $10 billion range (with some estimates much higher when other factors are included), so even if you don’t have any significant damage, it’s likely you know someone who did.
Trucking companies in Texas are pushing some big changes to trucking accident liability laws during the 2021 Legislative session. Opponents argue that the bill would make Texas drivers and families less safe.
Two specific bills – S.B. 6 and H.B. 3659 – relate to the liability of specific claims arising during a pandemic emergency and specify who is off the hook for damages.
If you’ve been hurt in a recent accident – whether it’s a car crash, injury at a local business or perhaps an injury resulting from a defective product or other corporate failing – balancing self-care with financial concerns can be a legitimate challenge.
If you’re wondering how to negotiate a settlement with an insurance company – and whether you even have any leeway to negotiate – you’re not alone. It IS possible to come to a reasonable settlement amount. You do NOT have to accept the first offer.
The 87th Texas Legislature is now in session. Cannabis advocates are hoping for expansion of medical marijuana and cannabis use, especially for individuals with severe or chronic illness.
One of the most common questions a potential client wants to know is whether they can handle their personal injury claim on their own, without the help of an attorney. Here are a few circumstances where we recommend speaking with a Dallas personal injury attorney about your case.
New Year’s Eve remains one of the deadliest driving days nationwide because of the role of alcohol in celebrations, the fact that so many individuals travel for the holidays even when fatigued and simply because more people out on the road equals more crashes.
While fewer Americans are expected to travel – and far fewer will do so by air – many are anticipated to make a last-minute travel decision, with some hopping in the car to make a day trip to see nearby family.