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Laws on Highway Merging in Texas

Submitted by jrlaw on Jan 2nd, 2014

What are the laws in regard to merging traffic on Texas highways & freeways? Who has the right of way? Who must yield?

Car Accidents While Riding UberX

Submitted by jrlaw on Dec 30th, 2013

Have you been hurt in a car accident while riding in an UberX car? Are you getting the runaround by the insurance company?

How to Get Car Crash Reports & Accident Records in TX

Submitted by jrlaw on Dec 19th, 2013

For liability purposes, it’s often necessary to obtain the official police report of your accident.  For some drivers, this is the first time you’ve even thought about an accident report. Others just may not know the procedure in the State of Texas. Either way, we'll explain the process on this page.

NTSB Calls Out FMCSA For Failing to Do Their Job

Submitted by jrlaw on Dec 16th, 2013

NTSB Calls Out FMCSAThe National Transportation Safe Board (NTSB) is questioning the competence of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) in light of four recent accidents which have resulted in 25 wrongful deaths and 83 injuries. The investigation also revealed that there were safety issues and red flags which were present before the accidents occurred, and the FMCSA either overlooked the flags or failed to act upon them.

Laws on Drinking & Getting Drunk in a Texas Bar

Submitted by jrlaw on Dec 11th, 2013

As a lawyer, I'm often asked a wide variety of legal questions. Over the past 20 years, I've noticed a lot of confusion and misinformation regarding alcohol laws in Texas.

I've been asked a myriad of questions, including:

  • Can you legally get drunk in a Texas bar?
  • Can a police officer arrest me for public intoxication inside a bar?
  • Is it illegal for a bartender to drink while on the job?
  • What are the rules on getting drunk in a bar?

Slip and Fall Accidents at Home Depot

Submitted by jrlaw on Dec 5th, 2013

Have you been hurt in a trip or slip and fall accident at a Home Depot store? Interested in your legal options?

If you’ve suffered a personal injury, you no doubt understand the hardships that go along with it. You may require hospitalization or surgery, miss work, and you may suffer lifelong disability. When it comes to a slip and fall at a store, you may be able to recover monetary compensation from the store or premises owner.

Are Bicycles Allowed to Ride on the Street?

Submitted by jrlaw on Dec 2nd, 2013

As someone who deals with car-vs-bicycle accidents on a regular basis, I’ve often heard people complaining about how bicycles do not belong on the streets. “Why don’t they ride on the sidewalks?” Are bicycles even legally allowed on the road?

Car Accidents Caused by a Tire Blowout

Submitted by jrlaw on Nov 25th, 2013
Tires are the only part of your car touching the road. When one of them fails, the consequences can be tragic. If you believe that your tire manufacturer failed to produce a safe product, call our Texas car accident lawyers today.

Walmart Slip & Fall Accidents

Submitted by jrlaw on Nov 19th, 2013

Were you hurt in a Walmart trip and fall accident? Are they not taking your claim seriously? Have they outright denied your claim?

Walmart Trip and Fall InjuryWithin the last few decades Walmart has been one of the top grocery store competitors and is still increasing in customers every day.  Walmart is a family owned business controlled by the Walton family and brings much value to the world.  In fact, Walmart is now the largest grocery retailer in the United States.

Why Don't ALL 18-Wheeler Trucks Have Dash Cameras?

Submitted by jrlaw on Nov 14th, 2013

With the amount of damage an 18-wheeler can impose in an accident, why are trucking companies still hesitant to spend $100 on a dash camera?

Dash CameraAlthough it seems as if 18-wheelers serve no other purpose than adding to your aggravation level, 18-wheelers are actually a very important role in today's society. Commercial trucks (e.g. 18-wheelers, big rigs, tankers, semi trailers, tractor trailers, etc) carry the world's goods from place to place, crossing from state to state and often even crossing continents. Doesn't sound like much but if 18-wheelers stopped doing their job it would affect many companies, industries, and even interfere with you buying the things you need and enjoy.

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