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When Should I Hire a Lawyer for Motorcycle Accidents?

Do you know more than 80,000 people get injured in motorcycle accidents annually in the US? Being a victim of a motorcycle accident is a mentally and physically debilitating experience. It’s more traumatizing and devastating if you sustain life-changing injuries. You will need a trusted lawyer for motorcycle accidents to advise you about your rights … Continue reading “When Should I Hire a Lawyer for Motorcycle Accidents?”

What You Need to Know About Slip and Fall Cases and Premises Liability Law

There are a lot of misconceptions out there when it comes to personal liability cases. Personal injury is a broad topic of law that encompasses a couple of different types of cases. They can include workers’ compensation and personal liability cases—often known informally as slip and fall. People’s ideas of what these cases entail can … Continue reading “What You Need to Know About Slip and Fall Cases and Premises Liability Law”

The Process of Getting a Divorce in Texas

Marriage and divorce are both very common experiences. Up to 90% of people get married, but between 40 and 50% of them will eventually divorce. Getting a divorce isn’t easy. It’s emotional and decisions can be hard to make. The last thing you need is to feel confused about the legal process of divorce. Read on for … Continue reading “The Process of Getting a Divorce in Texas”

What You Need to Defend Your Car Accident Claim 

No one expects to find themselves in a car accident, but when it happens, you have to think about what you will say to the insurers and how you can prove that you are not at fault.  At fault or not, no one wants to pay for the damages resulting from a car accident. That’s … Continue reading “What You Need to Defend Your Car Accident Claim “

FAQS About Child Custody Law

It can be hard to have to go through the court, but there are times where it might be necessary to determine what is best for your child. There is so much to child custody that is important to understand. If you go to court, several phrases and words will be thrown around that you … Continue reading “FAQS About Child Custody Law”

The Truth About Prenuptial Agreements in Texas

The coronavirus threw a wrench in everyone’s 2020 plans. The inability to congregate in large groups, for one, caused many to cancel upcoming weddings. If you’ve found yourself in this situation, then you may feel as if you’re in some sort of limbo. But there is a silver lining to this entire situation; you have … Continue reading “The Truth About Prenuptial Agreements in Texas”

What is the Deceptive Trade Practices Act?

When purchasing a product, you have expectations of that item. Primarily to do what the product states, advertised, and intended for when you looked into the product. However, sometimes things don’t go that way. Products can, unfortunately, contain false or misleading information that can lead to deceptive business practices.  Fortunately, the Deceptive Trade Practices (DTPA) … Continue reading “What is the Deceptive Trade Practices Act?”

Workers Compensation vs Personal Injury Claim: What You Need To Know 

There are a lot of great things we’ve inherited from Europe. From English Common Law to music, to architecture, and more. Another important inheritance from across the pond is the concept of workers’ compensation. Today, people injured on the job have many more protections than workers did in the early 1900s. For many people, an … Continue reading “Workers Compensation vs Personal Injury Claim: What You Need To Know “

Finding a Lawyer After a Car Accident, Why It Matters 

Texas is a big state and this means that within its borders there are plenty of roads, highways, backways, and streets. In the year 2017, one person was injured every 2 minutes and 4 seconds in Texas. Every 59 seconds, there was one reportable crash. Getting in a fender bender is one thing, but once … Continue reading “Finding a Lawyer After a Car Accident, Why It Matters “

U.S. Child Support Laws and How They Have Changed Through the Years 

Country demographics have changed considerably in the last 100 years. Child support laws began in some form or another around 1950. In the mid-seventies, the divorce rate was about 20%. It was around the same time that no-fault divorce laws were established in many states. This meant that divorce could happen by mutual consent. And … Continue reading “U.S. Child Support Laws and How They Have Changed Through the Years “