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Texas Fireworks Laws 2018

Posted July 6, 2018 | General Personal Injury

Fireworks are legal to own in Texas, and state residents should follow several guidelines when it comes to legal fireworks purchases and use. While it is legal to purchase fireworks in Texas, the state regulates the times when it is acceptable to do so. As of 2016, fireworks sales are open in the days leading… read more

If a Jaywalker Gets Hit – Who Is at Fault?

Posted May 22, 2018 | General Personal Injury

Jaywalking is one of the least-monitored laws. Many law enforcement officers across the country do not enforce jaywalking laws as much as other, more serious offenses. However, jaywalking is a dangerous action that can easily lead to an accident, and if a jaywalker gets hit, it can be difficult to determine who is responsible for… read more

Can I Sue a Retail Store After an Injury?

Posted May 22, 2018 | General Personal Injury

Injuries can happen anywhere, anytime and they can range in severity from bruised tailbones, to broken arms, to traumatic brain injuries. In a retail store, potential injuries can easily stem from spilled liquids on the floor; sharp edges on shelving; items falling from displays; and problems with elevators, escalators, or stairs. If you suffered an… read more

[MAP] Fatal Accidents Caused by Repeat Drunk Drivers in U.S.

Posted May 15, 2018 | Accidents

On June 8, 2016, a drunk driver veered across the center median on Loop 281 in Longview, Texas. His vehicle struck an oncoming Ford Escape, ejecting and killing 16-year-old Lauren Elrod. The driver, Thomas Elliot Henkel, eventually pleaded guilty to intoxication manslaughter and was handed a 12-year prison sentence. However, a Fielding Law analysis of… read more

What Is a Diminished Value Claim?

Posted April 23, 2018 | General Personal Injury

Texas is a “diminished value” state. This means that after a motor vehicle accident, parties involved might qualify to recover the diminished value of the vehicle from the insurance company. In other words, policyholders can seek retribution for the difference in the value the vehicle has as a wrecked and repaired car vs. its value… read more

Will the Push for Gun Control Affect Dallas Carry Laws?

Posted March 21, 2018 | General Personal Injury

Recent gun tragedies have left the country in shock. The United States, once again, must consider our position on gun legislation. Passionate advocates of gun rights and people who are fiercely opposed to any changes are looking for common ground, but they’ve found it difficult to agree. Amidst all this controversy, gun owners are wondering… read more

How Safe Are Electric Cars?

Posted March 21, 2018 | General Personal Injury

In the United States, cars kill more than 30,000 people each year. Car accidents can be extremely dangerous and can harm many lives. The moments following an accident are also hazardous. Cars can catch on fire and even explode. As electric cars become more popular, it is important to look at how safe they are… read more

5 Common Mistakes Made After a Car Crash

Posted December 27, 2017 | General Personal Injury

You might assume that if you were in a car accident that someone else caused, you’re automatically going to be eligible for damage recovery. While this is true in most cases, sometimes injured parties can make mistakes that hurt their chances and even bar them from recovery. Don’t put your financial future at risk. Avoid… read more

Damages in a Personal Injury Lawsuit

Posted December 23, 2017 | General Personal Injury

If you’re in the beginning stages of a personal injury lawsuit in Dallas, you might be wondering what types of damages you could be eligible to recover. While each case is unique, there are types of financial compensation you can expect to arise from most types of claims. The Texas courts allow injured parties to… read more