The Legal Landscape Can Be Murky For Injured Cell Tower Workers

Work-injury law is already more complicated in Texas than in any other state. That’s because Texas operates two parallel systems that help those who are injured on the job. The traditional workers’ compensation system pays benefits to workers or their families when a worker is injured or killed on the job, regardless of whether or […]

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Are Passengers “Assuming the Risk” When They Ride with Drunk Drivers?

Everyone can probably agree that riding with a drunk driver is dangerous. However a passenger may have ended up in the vehicle (not knowing that the driver was intoxicated, or maybe even just drunk themselves) there’s a significant measure of danger in sharing it with a drunk person behind the wheel. If we were to […]

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Atlanta Tragedy Shows Why We Have Attractive Nuisance Doctrine

It’s no secret that any time a law firm discusses a tragic event in the news, people will invariably accuse that firm of attempting to profit from a tragedy. However, when the reaction of most people is that “the victim’s family is going to make a ton of money,” it illustrates a lack of knowledge […]

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Highway Hypnosis and Fatal Truck Accidents

We’ve written many times, and will write many more, about how alcohol and distractions can cause serious accidents, but sometimes these are not factors in a crash. A dangerous lapse in concentration can be caused by highway hypnosis–the phenomenon when a motorist’s brain “checks out” and mindfulness of the present is lost. Put another way, […]

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Do I Need An Accident Reconstructionist for My Truck Accident?

It’s a common misconception that a driver who rear-ends another vehicle is always at fault. The popular belief is that the driver in the back is expected to exercise greater caution, given that they can more easily monitor the activity of the car ahead of them. This idea suggests that a collision shows the rear […]

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Does Not Wearing a Seatbelt Bar Someone From Getting Compensation?

One of the questions that I get asked all the time by people is, “If someone isn’t wearing a seabelt in a crash, can they still recover compensation for their injuries?” I learned of a recent trucking accident in the Texas Panhandle that makes answering this question particularly timely. Deaf Smith County, TX: April 4, […]

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Texans Fighting Wrong-Way Driving With Smarter Signs

One such set of lines is the ones that divide the lanes of the road. Motor vehicles are obviously extremely dangerous, especially when operated incorrectly. The law does what it can to make sure people more or less understand this fact and keep it in mind when operating a vehicle, but drivers still make bad […]

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Fellowship of the Drink: The Expensive Travels of the TABC

Recent audits of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC), the state regulatory agency that monitors the distribution and service of alcohol in the Lone Star State, have shown that some of the agency’s top brass have been boozing and schmoozing with the liquor industry, paid for by the very industry they are meant to oversee […]

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