The Worst DUI Week of the Year Is Why We Need Dram Shop Laws.

Independence Day is statistically the most DUI-accident prone day of the year. People don’t drink hard just on the day itself, though–it has become a week-long celebration for some. All that alcohol creates far more serious risks than the occasional finger-flaying lesson about fireworks, and yet some unscrupulous bars are comfortable with over-serving it to […]

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Retire the Fire: The Hazards of Flaming Food and Drinks

Sometimes ordinary folks with a thirst for adventure order flaming drinks, in which the alcohol in the cocktail is set ablaze as part of the presentation. It’s quite a sight, but is it worth the risk that comes from adding fire to the situation? A recent incident in a Denton suburb made me wonder. Here’s […]

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A Fire In a 2015 Nissan Juke Shouldn’t Have Been Possible After a 2014 Recall.

In late 2014, Nissan issued a serious recall related to its Juke model vehicle, classified as a “subcompact crossover” or “mini SUV.” As you can see below, it resembles a standard SUV but is scaled down to sedan or hatchback proportions. Despite using a showroom picture, I’m not trying to sell anybody this car. I […]

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When Open-and-Shut is Anything But: The Detailed Defenses in Trucking Accidents

Sometimes we at the firm read about cases that seem fairly open-and-shut. Having worked on thousands of personal injury cases, we know they often get a lot more complicated than they seem at first blush. Attorneys are trained to examine those complications–intentionally seeing the trees instead of the forest. Sometimes an accident’s details aren’t obvious […]

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Drop Danger: SIG Sauer P320 Gets Recalled “Voluntary Upgrade” Program

Shooters beware: Adding to the unsettling category of weapons that are dangerous in ways other than they’re designed to be, Swiss-German firearms manufacturer SIG Sauer Inc. has issued an advisory–not a recall–about one of its popular pistol models. While I always applaud a proactive effort to prevent injury or death, a couple of details about […]

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There’s a Lesson in Potential Jurors’ Hate-Filled Interviews About Martin Shkreli

“The Internet is written in ink,” as they say. Many people observe these guidelines without trouble, but others seem to thrive on riling people. Martin Shkreli, the infamous “Pharma Bro,” seems to be one of the latter type, but he found out recently the same lesson we’ve tried to impart to clients for years: Watch […]

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The Cliché “Lawsuit Type” Is a Bad and Harmful Misconception.

When people are injured by negligence–by an auto accident or a malfunctioning product, or while on a dangerous property, to name but a few–they reach out to us to learn about their rights and what might come next if they sought compensation. We welcome their calls, of course, but when we talk to them one […]

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TriggerTech Recalls Several Crossbow And Rifle Triggers for Dangerous Breakable Components

A recent announcement from Canadian aftermarket manufacturer TriggerTech caused some concern, as it involved misfires of weapons that had been modified with their drop-in trigger assemblies. Naturally we at the firm take recalls for weapons and their components very seriously because of the obvious disasters that can come from their malfunctions. Which Products Are Affected? […]

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