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How to Wreck, Ruin, and Terminate Your Personal Injury Case

Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 11th, 2009

Your Facebook, Myspace, and Twitter profile may keep you from getting the money you deserve after an injury.

Consider this:
Information is flowing faster and more effectively than ever before ? all without your explicit consent. While you may set your own profile privacy, other individuals can link their pictures and comments to you ? all under their own privacy settings.

Evidence from online profiles is already used regularly by the media, police, and insurance companies looking to characterize you as an undesirable plaintiff and witness.

Rasansky Law Firm on WFAA Channel 8 News Thursday, June 23rd

Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 10th, 2009

Watch our interview with Chris Hawes Thursday, June 23 at 10pm on WFAA Channel 8 - we're discussing one of our current cases involving a disruption of service for a senior citizen's medical alert system. Tune in and then let us know what you think!

To tell us your thoughts:
Email the Rasansky Law Firm
Contact the Rasansky Law Firm online
Call the Rasansky Law Firm at (214) 651.6100
Tweet at the Rasansky Law Firm

Feeling Bad for the Big Guy (and the Little Guy, too): Insurance Companies & Vehicle Fraud

Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 8th, 2009

Here’s a situation in which the Rasansky Law Firm actually feels remorse for the insurance company ? though just enough to express frustration and highlight the heightened woe of legitimate consumers:

As economic troubles continue to take a daily toll on Americans and their bank accounts, people are looking for any way to avoid falling farther into debt. Possibly the oddest, and arguably the worst, is the rise in car fraud cases

Daycare Abuse in Grapevine - Daycare Instructor Arrested on Claims of Sexual Abuse of a 3 year old Girl

Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 4th, 2009

Today in Grapevine, police ">arrested a preschool instructor based on claims of sexual abuse of a 3 year old girl.

The thought of this abuse makes our skin crawl and causes our tempers to flare.

The Rasansky Law Firm Secures $230K Award For Texas Access to Justice Foundation

Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 3rd, 2009

Dallas attorney Jeff Rasansky, founder of the Rasansky Law Firm, and Amarillo attorney Jeremi Young, founder of The Young Law Firm, have received the first ever Cy Pres: Impact on Justice Award in recognition of the recent cy pres donation of $230,160 for the Texas Access to Justice Foundation.
The Impact of Justice Award, presented during the TAJF 25th Anniversary Gala on May 28, 2009, marks the first cy pres award given to the foundation. A cy pres award is a court-ordered donation to a charitable organization of the excess or unclaimed funds in a class-action judgment or settlement.
Mr. Rasansky and Mr. Young, previously a senior attorney at The Rasansky Law Firm, negotiated the 2007 confidential class-action settlement that resulted in the award.

Texas Boating Accidents: How to Increase & Mitigate Your Risks

Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 2nd, 2009

Summer is upon us, and Texas boating season is here! However, with boating season comes the possibility of boating accidents, injuring not only those aboard but others floating on the pond, river, or lake as well.

61 people died in Texas boating accidents last year, the highest count since 2002. Just this year, and it's only June, another 17 people have been killed.

Daycare Abuse - Who is Financially Responsible?

Submitted by Anonymous on May 28th, 2009

Today, a Wisconsin court of appeals ruled that the insurance provider for a daycare facility can be held responsible following the death of a child in daycare.

Two year-old Asia Jones was forgotten in a daycare van back in June 2005. Tragically, Asia died in the hot van. Since this date, the estate of Asia Jones has been trying to recover for the loss of their daughter - and without much luck.

Top Five Driving Distractions - Do You Commit these Sins?

Submitted by Anonymous on May 26th, 2009

Just a day after Memorial Day weekend, and already we've been hearing stories about careless drivers on the road, in the air, on the water - and the vehicle wrecks and accidents they've caused in Texas.

Van Rollover Accident - Involving a Daycare

Submitted by jrlaw on May 21st, 2009

From the files of "here we go again:"

Coleman Camping Products at Center of Fraud in California

Submitted by Anonymous on May 20th, 2009

From time to time, we receive reports from not only our clients about current personal injury news, but from friends of the law firm as well. John Bisnar and Brian Chase, of the Orange County, California law firm Bisnar | Chase sent out a press release yesterday, looking to shine a little bit of attention on a personal injury case they're working on. The basic facts of the case: on December 30, 2005, Trevor Dennis and his parents were camping at the Octillo Wells Desert Recreation area in California. Trevor, then nine years old, went to bed in the camping trailer, which was heated by a Model 5053 ProCat PerfecTemp Coleman propane heater. Later in the evening, the heater malfunctioned, causing the trailer to burst into flames - while Trevor was inside. Most of the trailer was destroyed, and Trevor sustained severe burns over much of his body. Trevor's injuries will require extensive ongoing medical care. Yet here's where the case turns: Coleman had been violating California law prohibiting non-vented portable heaters from being sold for use indoors. This statute was designed to prevent propane heaters - which use natural gas to warm the air - from non-ventilated areas, potentially causing significant harm. The packaging and labeling of the heater clearly indicated that the heater could be used indoors.

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