What Is the Difference Between a Lawyer and an Attorney?

Most people use the title “lawyer” and “attorney” interchangeably. In fact, lawyers and attorneys are very similar because both have studied at, and graduated from, an accredited law school.  However, just because a lawyer has graduated from law school doesn’t mean that they can practice… read more

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Driving Without a License Versus Driving Without a License on Your Person in Dallas

In the State of Texas, it is illegal to drive without a license on your person. If you are stopped by law enforcement and cannot produce a valid driver’s license because you don’t have it with you, the officer will likely give you a ticket. … read more

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Do I Have To Go to Court After a Car Accident in Fort Worth?

Don’t let a fear of going to court deter you from seeking compensation for your car crash injuries. Although you may need to file a lawsuit with an appropriate court, the chances of you having to appear in court before a judge for a substantive… read more

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How Much Can I Receive After I’ve Sustained a Neck or Back Injury in a Texas Car Accident?

Back and neck injuries are common in car accidents, but their seriousness varies depending on the facts of the accident. Generally speaking, the more serious the injury, the more compensation the injury victim may be able to recover.  But the seriousness of the injury does… read more

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Allstate Worst Insurance Company For Consumers

If you’re thinking about doing business with Allstate Insurance, think again. The American Association for Justice recently released a report detailing the various ways in which Allstate is one of the worst insurance companies for consumers.  From their predatory practices to their unfriendly customer service,… read more

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Difference Between Slip & Fall And Trip & Fall Accidents

You have heard the terms “slip and fall” and “trip and fall” used when discussing premises liability claims. Both terms refer to falls that could cause debilitating injuries. Even though the terms sound alike, they refer to different types of personal injury accidents. What Are… read more

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Texas Child Car Seat Laws

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, nearly half of all car seats are misused. Statistically, that means your child has a high chance of being buckled improperly.  A 2020 study conducted by Go Safe Labs concluded that Texas is the most dangerous state… read more

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Can My Christmas Lights Start a Fire?

Although Christmas, by far, is considered the most wonderful time of the year, it can still be the riskiest time of the year as well when it comes to holiday lights. The United States National Fire Protection Association (“NFPA”) has estimated in previous years that… read more

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How Do Car Insurance Claims Work in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex? Everything You Need To Know

Car accidents are common in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. For that reason, drivers should know how insurance claims work in the area.  However, knowing how an insurance claim works does not mean you do not need a car accident lawyer in Fort Worth or Dallas… read more

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Can You Sue After a Car Accident if You Were Unharmed in Dallas?

Being injured in a car accident is frustrating. Who pays your medical bills and reimburses you for lost wages? Since Texas is an at-fault state, you can sue the driver who caused a car accident for reimbursement of these costs and other damages.  However, what… read more

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