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October 15, 2013
Just about any type of job industry carries the risk of personal injury. Of course, some industries such as construction or other hard labor carry the risk of catastrophic, life-altering physical injuries. Our experienced Dallas personal injury attorneys can help you pursue the compensation you... Read Full Post
September 18, 2013
A personal injury case does not have to involve any particular type of bodily injury. These cases involve serious, life-altering injury of any kind, and they usually involve people whose lives have been dramatically impacted by their injuries. Examples of injuries in these types of cases include:... Read Full Post
January 26, 2013
As a lawyer who has been on both sides of medical malpractice suits for over  twenty years, it is interesting to hear people talk about the cost of  “defensive medicine”.  You’ve heard about this:  it is the argument that says that doctors order “many unnecessary tests” solely to be able to defend... Read Full Post
July 23, 2012
In a personal injury lawsuit, damages can be both economic and non-economic. Your economic damages include medical bills and lost wages. Emotional pain and suffering is a non-economic damage: You can't show in dollars and cents how a traumatic brain injury or other severe injury has caused you... Read Full Post
June 28, 2012
One of the most common kinds of car accidents in the Dallas area is a rear-end accident. These are often minor with little damage to either vehicle or occupant. In many cases, the simple exchange of information in the event of vehicle damage will suffice. Unfortunately, there are some rear-end... Read Full Post
June 26, 2012
A personal injury is any serious injury you or a family member has suffered due to the negligence of another person or parties. This can be an injury resulting from a car accident, a birth injury, medical malpractice, a slip and fall, or anything else. Personal injuries can leave you with... Read Full Post
February 24, 2012
If you suspect that you might be a victim of medical malpractice, your actions immediately following your injury can greatly impact your ability to receive the compensation you deserve. Medical malpractice cases are highly complex and difficult to win, making it crucial to build your case properly... Read Full Post
February 22, 2012
Even the most positive landlord/tenant relationships can go sour on occasion. It is important to remember that landlords are not renting their home to you out of the goodness of their hearts. They rent their property to others in order to make money. Many landlords are very friendly when there are... Read Full Post
November 30, 2011
A covenant not to compete, also known as a non-compete clause or a non-compete agreement, is a business law agreement between an employer and an employee. In a non-compete agreement, an employee makes certain promises to an employer. Certain businesses have information and clients that are highly... Read Full Post
November 29, 2011
Like any other relationship, sometimes business relationships go bad.  And just like in a marriage, the breakup can be friendly or it can be extremely nasty.  Your business partner may cheat on you in ways every bit as painful as your spouse.  In my years of experience representing business owners... Read Full Post
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