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Covid-19 Liability Waivers For Your Business

Covid-19 Liability Waivers For Your Business

Businesses, like individuals, are struggling to make sense of the “new normal” as dictated by Covid-19. In addition to closures, furloughed staff, and decreased sales, businesses are expected to master the various phases of re-opening and consider the potential for COVID-related liability. For businesses, navigating all of the rules of

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Personal Injury In A Pandemic

Personal Injury In A Pandemic

Everything seems more confusing during a global pandemic. If you experienced a personal injury during a pandemic or prior, you know that delays and obstacles are the new normal. But when it comes to your personal injury case, the right attorney can help you stay on the right track. Medical

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How To Handle A Car Accident: 5 Steps

No one wants to think about being in a crash, but knowing how to handle a car accident can help prevent exponential heartache and stress in the unfortunate event of a collision. The Insurance Information Institute outlines the best steps to take if you’ve been in a crash, regardless of

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How Social Media Can Affect Your Personal Injury Case

It has become very common for many to post updates online. We have come along way from holding on to memories through albums and home videos to having everything digitally saved online. We all live in an era knowing everything a person has done or what a friend has eaten

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Dog Owners Can Be Held Liable For Dog Bite Injuries in Texas

A dog is a man’s best friend. Dogs are loyal and loving animals, However, if treated badly they may become vicious.  A dog that has no history of aggression attacks an intruder, is the dog owner held liable for the intruder’s injuries? In Texas, there are two ways a dog

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Can Party Hosts Be Liable For DWI Accidents Caused By Guests?

In Texas, party hosts cannot be held liable for drinking and driving accidents caused by guests. However, there are a few exceptions. When Is a Party Host Liable For Drunk Driving Accidents Caused By Guests? Under Texas law, a social host is not obligated to prevent a guest from drinking

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Can I Sue If I Was Injured On Private Property?

Anyone can become a victim of an injury at some point. These injuries can occur at your own home, at work, or on someone else’s property.  Can you sue the owner of the property where you were injured?  Every homeowner has a duty of care to its guests to protect

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Evidence That Wider Lanes Make City Streets More Dangerous

Wider driving lanes are often thought to provide extra safety margins in a traditional street design paradigm. This may be the case for high speed and high capacity highway/expressway conditions, however, in urban commuting environments the need for a safety margin is smaller do to fewer trucks, lower speeds, and

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Rental Car Accident Attorney Houston, Texas

What to do after an accident in a rental car

Getting into a car accident with a rental car can be confusing and scary. It may be that you rented the car because you are out of the country on vacation or your car is at the mechanic shop because of an accident. Either way, you did not expect the

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Covid-19 Liability Waivers For Your Business

Covid-19 Liability Waivers For Your Business

Businesses, like individuals, are struggling to make sense of the “new normal” as dictated by Covid-19. In addition to closures, furloughed staff, and decreased sales, businesses are expected to master the various phases of re-opening and consider the potential for COVID-related liability. For businesses, navigating all of the rules of

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Personal Injury In A Pandemic

Personal Injury In A Pandemic

Everything seems more confusing during a global pandemic. If you experienced a personal injury during a pandemic or prior, you know that delays and obstacles are the new normal. But when it comes to your personal injury case, the right attorney can help you stay on the right track. Medical

Read Post

How To Handle A Car Accident: 5 Steps

No one wants to think about being in a crash, but knowing how to handle a car accident can help prevent exponential heartache and stress in the unfortunate event of a collision. The Insurance Information Institute outlines the best steps to take if you’ve been in a crash, regardless of

Read Post

How Social Media Can Affect Your Personal Injury Case

It has become very common for many to post updates online. We have come along way from holding on to memories through albums and home videos to having everything digitally saved online. We all live in an era knowing everything a person has done or what a friend has eaten

Read Post

Dog Owners Can Be Held Liable For Dog Bite Injuries in Texas

A dog is a man’s best friend. Dogs are loyal and loving animals, However, if treated badly they may become vicious.  A dog that has no history of aggression attacks an intruder, is the dog owner held liable for the intruder’s injuries? In Texas, there are two ways a dog

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Can Party Hosts Be Liable For DWI Accidents Caused By Guests?

In Texas, party hosts cannot be held liable for drinking and driving accidents caused by guests. However, there are a few exceptions. When Is a Party Host Liable For Drunk Driving Accidents Caused By Guests? Under Texas law, a social host is not obligated to prevent a guest from drinking

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Can I Sue If I Was Injured On Private Property?

Anyone can become a victim of an injury at some point. These injuries can occur at your own home, at work, or on someone else’s property.  Can you sue the owner of the property where you were injured?  Every homeowner has a duty of care to its guests to protect

Read Post

Evidence That Wider Lanes Make City Streets More Dangerous

Wider driving lanes are often thought to provide extra safety margins in a traditional street design paradigm. This may be the case for high speed and high capacity highway/expressway conditions, however, in urban commuting environments the need for a safety margin is smaller do to fewer trucks, lower speeds, and

Read Post
Rental Car Accident Attorney Houston, Texas

What to do after an accident in a rental car

Getting into a car accident with a rental car can be confusing and scary. It may be that you rented the car because you are out of the country on vacation or your car is at the mechanic shop because of an accident. Either way, you did not expect the

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