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Pedestrian Accidents and the Law

Walking is the most basic and ancient form of transportation and a large percentage of people still use walking as their primary way to get where they need to go. However, recent statistics indicate that simply walking across the street is increasingly dangerous. Research from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)… Read More »

Bicycle Accidents Involving Trucks

With perfect weather, beautiful scenery, and not to mention high gas prices, it’s not surprising that cycling is one of the most popular means of transportation for Houston residents. Bicyclists have to share the road with other motor vehicles, such as cars and trucks, and this can sometimes lead to… Read More »

Auto Insurance Fraud: The Client is Not Always at Fault

Recently, State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company reached a compromise agreement with Plaintiffs to resolve the State Farm class-action litigation pending in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Illinois.  The settlement provides benefits to the over four million current and former State Farm policyholders who were… Read More »

Nursing Home Abuse

As our loved ones grow older, they deserve, more than ever, a dignified and full life that rewards all the work and sacrifice they offered us when they were younger. Many times, due to the lifestyle in the United States, it is difficult for the family to take care of… Read More »

ELDs Causes Controversy Among Truckers

A new measure by the United States Department of Transportation (DOT) has prompted all heavy truck drivers traveling through the country to use an Electronic Logging Device (ELD), which will collect driving data. As of December 2017, ELDs became mandatory for all trucks that travel in the United States on… Read More »