What are Reporters Missing About the 6 x Fatal 133-Car- Pile-Up in Fort Worth, TX

To say that the Thursday, February 11, 2021 133-car-pile-up on I-35W in Fort Worth, Texas received a lot of media coverage is an understatement. Hundreds of articles and dozens of videos of the incident litter the internet. We know that the following people died in the crash: Aaron Luke Watson, 45, Fort Worth, TXTiffany Louann...

Warning: Scammers are Pretending to be attorney Keith Purdue. Don’t fall for it.

One of the problems of having a semi-public persona in the internet age is that anyone can obtain your basic biographical information from a Google search. For scammers and con artists, this represents an opportunity to add legitimacy to their scam. Unfortunately, it has been brought to our attention that a scammer has been using...

One Danger to Police Officers Will Continue Until We Hold Bars Accountable

Mention police officers and drunk drivers in the same sentence, and I'll bet most people will assume that you're talking about the role that police play catching drunk drivers and protecting the public. What many people never consider is the threat that drunk drivers pose to the police. Given that the hours when most police...

Regardless of The Covid-19 Outbreak, We’re Still Here to Help

Grossman Law Offices Remains Open and Here's Why Given all that's gone on in Texas (and in the world) over the last month, it’s hard to tell which businesses are closed and which open for business. But if you’re wondering about Grossman Law Offices, the answer is simple: We’re open and we’re here to help....

Why Do West Texas Oilfield Companies Keep Hiring Dangerous Truck Drivers?

"How do we bring the number of Texas oilfield trucking fatalities down?" Media outlets raise issues such as speed limits, road maintenance, and truck upkeep, which all play a role in the problem: What no one wants to discuss is that the biggest factor in whether an 18-wheeler causes a deadly crash is the quality of the truck's driver.

What Is Missing from the Discussion of Deadly West Texas Oil-Field Truck Crashes?

Out of the half-dozen outlets that filed reports on this incident, not a single one mentions that the pick-up that likely caused the crash is owned by an oil services company. While authorities are aware that Imperative Chemical Partners Inc. owns and operates the offending pick-up, and will likely classify this crash as an oil-field truck accident, it's certainly concerning that skilled reporters missed this crucial detail.

Attorney Michael Grossman Selected For MADD North Texas Advisory Board

The aspect I most enjoy about my job is that the people I work with are highly dedicated to helping our clients. Every lawyer, paralegal, researcher, mailroom clerk, and receptionist has, at one time or another, gone above and beyond to help a client with a personal matter or to help move their case closer...