Category Archives: Lawsuit and Lawyer Myths

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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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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Walk the Line: Pedestrians and the Texas Transportation Code

Texas is a pretty driving-intensive state, given its span of almost 270,000 square miles. Texans are used to sort of sprawling out horizontally, which means a lot of vehicular travel to get from living space to work space to activities and leisure destinations. That said, we’re not without our share of pedestrians. They’re not as […]

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Attorneys Indicted for $6 Million Porn-Piracy Extortion Scam

Ingenuity is by its nature the idea of approaching an issue in a novel manner. The ability to creatively solve problems is invaluable. To take a perpendicular approach to a matter that has stymied traditional methods is sometimes the only way to solve it. Unfortunately, people perceive “problems” differently; for instance, two attorneys recently decided […]

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Many pedestrians (wrongly) believe that they always have the right of way. Attorney Michael Grossman discusses when pedestrians are in the right, and when cars are in the right.

Debunking the Myth that Pedestrians Always Have the Right of Way

The belief that pedestrians always have the right of way on roadways has always been false, yet it’s something that most people still believe to this day. Even though pedestrians don’t, in fact, always have the right of way, there are many instances where they do. Hopefully, the next few paragraphs will help clear up […]

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Many people believe that most lawsuits have no merit or point to them. This is false. Attorney Michael Grossman explains.

Myth: Most Lawsuits Are Frivolous

It’s not exactly news that some people don’t like lawyers. Actually, depending on whom you ask, lots of people don’t like lawyers. One of the biggest reasons for that is the perception that many lawyers make money not by pursuing honest claims against those who’ve done wrong, but by waging endless frivolous lawsuits for personal […]

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