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Texas Leads the Country in Unintentional Shootings by Children.

July 29, 2019

The year is just halfway over with and already, there have been 22 shootings involving children using an unsecured firearm. Two of these incidents happened in San Antonio. This increase of gun owner irresponsibility have people calling for gun safety measures. Some parents are even…

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Fiat Chrysler

Fiat Chrysler May Owe You Money.

July 26, 2019

The automaker Fiat Chrysler settled a class-action lawsuit back in April for the amount of $110 million. According to court records, the lawsuit alleged that the company tried to mislead buyers and investors about the amount of pollution their diesel vehicles emitted. On top of…

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Elder abuse

Roll Back Of Nursing Home Protections

July 26, 2019

Back in 2016, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) put in place a rule to help protect the residents of nursing homes by allowing them easier access to courts. The standing rule made by the Obama administration barred Nursing homes from forcing residents…

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trucking accidents

$1 Million in Damages for Wrongful Death

July 25, 2019

On the 19th, Toni Owens who is representing the estate of Julian Owens filed a lawsuit against Core Trucking of Texas and an employee with the Jefferson County District Court. This is after a Core Trucking 18 wheeler was in an accident that resulted in…

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credit bureau

You May be Eligible for $20,000 Thanks to Credit Bureau Settlement.

July 23, 2019

Back in the summer of 2017, the credit reporting agency, Equifax announced that there has been a “cybersecurity incident” that resulted in over 145 million U.S consumers to have their information leaked. Names, Social Security Numbers, Addresses, Driver License numbers, and birth dates are among…

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dangerous industries

Punitive Damages in Maritime Accident.

July 16, 2019

On June 24, 2019, the Supreme Court delivered its opinion on The Dutra Group v. Batterton case. The case was concerning whether a Jones Act Seaman can recover punitive damages based on the alleged seaworthiness of a ship. The Case Chris Batterton was working on…

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crash injury

How to deal with an Uninsured Driver

July 15, 2019

Every year, drivers pay a large sum of cash to their auto insurance provider. In every state, auto insurance is mandatory. If someone wants to drive in the United States, they have to be insured. However, whenever you get into an accident, there is a…

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vaping

Vape pen injury compared to “high-speed” crash.

July 12, 2019

A seventeen-year-old boy was rushed to a children’s hospital over 200 miles away from his home. What was wrong? His jaw was in large chunks and shattered into pieces. One pediatric doctor who was treating the teen claimed this is an injury normally seen with…

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