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Proving Your Case: Crucial Considerations for Winning a Fall Down Injury Lawsuit in 2024

Posted on January 4, 2024 Negligence
In the year 2024, winning a fall down injury lawsuit requires a strategic approach backed by thorough preparation. As the number of such cases continue to rise, it is crucial for claimants to understand the key considerations that can make or break their case. Whether you're a plaintiff or an attorney, this article will...
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Average Negligent Security Settlement Amounts

Posted on November 22, 2022 Negligence
Were you injured on someone's property due to negligent security and you’re wondering if you are entitled to compensation? Our injury lawyers provide insight on Texas’ average negligent security settlement amounts.  In 2020, murder and non-negligent manslaughter rose by 29.4% in the U.S. compared to 2019. And in the first half of 2021, these...
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Rear-Ended by a Drunk Driver in Texas: What Will Be the Settlement Amount?

Posted on October 18, 2022 Car Accidents
The Texas Department of Transportation reports that 18,471 drunk-driving-related accidents occurred in 2021. These alcohol-related accidents caused approximately 1,525 serious injuries and 579 fatalities.  Regardless of the severity of the accidents or injuries, victims deserve to pursue justice for the harm caused to them. When you’re rear-ended by a drunk driver, a settlement will...
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Who Is Held Accountable for a Commercial Truck Accident?

Posted on November 26, 2021 Negligence
Serious and fatal commercial truck accidents occur every day. Although trucking companies and their drivers have dozens of strict federal safety laws to follow, mistakes and accidents still happen. In 2017, 4,657 fatal traffic accidents around the U.S. involved large trucks. Holding someone accountable for a commercial truck accident could result in change on...
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What are Common Signs of Nursing Home Negligence?

Posted on October 20, 2016 Negligence
Our nation’s elderly are our greatest living accounts of history. They’ve lived through many of our nation’s greatest moments and often have a story to tell. Unfortunately, not everyone treats senior citizens with respect. Nursing home abuse and negligence are on the rise – a recent study from Cornell University found the actual incidence...
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