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Should Someone Notify Their Own Insurance in Case of A Car Wreck?

If someone is involved in a car crash, he or she can notify their own insurance company. However, then they are going to be in a position of negotiating with the adverse insurance company...

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Trucker Rule Change Leads to Questions About Motor Safety

As reported in the Wall Street Journal on August 14, 2019, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), in keeping with the Trump Administration’s desire to deregulate...

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Common Truck Issues in Fort Worth and Dallas, Texas

Large commercial trucks are the most dangerous and catastrophic when involved in a collision. Fort Worth, Texas, and Dallas, TX, have the highest number of roadways that go through the states outskirts.

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What Steps Should Someone Take in A Premises Liability Claim?

The first thing to do is to get in contact with an experienced board-certified personal injury lawyer concerning any premise liability claim.

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How Long Do Premises Liability Claims Take to Be Resolved?

That is a very tough question to answer, because there are so many variables. Number one, you have to have a competent lawyer who knows what to do, who can do it, and has the resources to do it the right way.

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What Is Causation in A Premises Liability Case?

In Texas, there is a standard definition for proximate cause, which is given to the jury in every case. Proximate cause means a cause, which in a natural and continuous sequence causes an event.

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What Is a Premises Liability Claim in Texas?

Premises liability is a broad term that includes dangerous conditions on all types of property as opposed to say a motor vehicle accident which involves a moving vehicle.

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Ways to Prevent Your Election Mail-In Vote from Being Rejected

Yes, your mail-in vote can be rejected. Mine was. But here’s how to make your vote count, and you should start now. My vote in the July 14 runoff and city election didn’t count. So don’t make the same mistake I did.

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