How “Silver Alert” Bias Could Affect 18-Wheeler Accident Cases

Medicine and technology continue to improve, drastically improving the average citizen’s lifespan. That can be something of a mixed blessing, however. On one hand, seeing the world change and one’s family grow are likely a positive experience for many. On the other, extending a person’s years increases their risk of a variety of disorders, including […]

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Cherchez La Trucker: Sometimes, It Really Is That Obvious.

Grossman Law has worked hundreds of truck-accident cases, and seen reports of thousands more. While they’re not the only kind of case the firm handles, it’s still a category in which far too many collisions occur. A runaway truck is a 40-ton, 60-foot projectile, and the laws of physics are very unkind to just about […]

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Austin PD Miss The Point By Blaming Reflectors Instead of Drunk Driver

For all their purported benefits to the environment and individual health, bicycles retain something of a bad rap as a means of transportation. Some of that may stem from their slightly-ambiguous status as a vehicle (should they stay on the sidewalk? Should they be in the road? In places without bike lanes, how much of […]

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It’s Not the Devices–It’s the Batteries

I’m optimistic about the progress of technology and its increasing usefulness for modern living. I’m not blind to its more sinister applications, of course, but generally when I think of the future I try to see less Blade Runner and more Jetsons. Of course, part of the Jetsons future is a world that is so […]

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Recognizing The Very Human Victims of Texas Drunk Driving Accidents

I wish I wasn’t able to say this, but Texas endures far too many drunk driving accidents for us to be able to write about them all. In 2015, TxDOT reported 960 fatalities related to driving while intoxicated (almost 3 every single day), which unfortunately is too many to fully chronicle and examine. Furthermore, that […]

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When an Accident Implies Negligence: The Principle of Res Ipsa Loquitur

One can’t look at any controversy in the courts without hearing someone getting worked up about “judges making laws.” While judges shouldn’t rewrite laws from the bench in the face of a clearly defined statute, our common law legal system actually encourages them to speak on issues where the law is silent. These well-established principles […]

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Are "Not Responsible for Broken Windshield" Signs Legally Enforecable?

Are “Not Responsible for Broken Windshield” Signs Legally Enforceable? Not a Chance

As long as the law has existed, there have been the twin impulses to find legal ways to get around it and to use the protections of law as a shield against other legal actions. This could rightly be termed a quest for technicalities. A great example of this is that it is well-known that […]

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Keep Austin Weird, Not Dangerous!: Texas Dram Shop Law and Travis County

The city of Austin, Texas is host to a wide variety of interesting sights and activities. Considered by many as the state’s major artistic hub, “ATX” is a cultural center famous for unique cuisine and live music concerts. The city actually ranks first in Texas for number of artists and musicians per capita, which will […]

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