How to make a good argument on a jury case

Several of the factors that go into winning a case comes from factors such as an attorneys ability to collect evidence, make valid arguments, and  most importantly persuade the jury and the judge.  An attorneys ability to make good/valid arguments can significantly...

Legal Action for Food Poisoning

People who become sick after consuming contaminated food often find themselves hospitalized. If you’ve been stuck with extensive medical bills due to food poisoning, pursuing legal action may be a viable option. Circumstances that may apply in filing a personal...

Irrevocable Assignment of Benefits – AOB

An AOB or Assignment of Benefits agreement is being used in many hospitals today. This agreement, if signed, gives the healthcare provider the right to receive payment directly from your insurance carrier for bills and healthcare related charges. For instance, it will...

Adding Insult to Injury – Car Wrecks

     Over the past couple of months, I have witnessed many people trying to negotiate and settle their own injury cases.  And after they fight with insurance companies for several months they decide to hire an attorney because the offers they received were...

Unavoidable Car Accident

In 2016, Calvin Cooke and his wife Vivian Cooke were taking a trip to Houston, Texas. While Mrs. Cooke was aiding her husband in navigating, Mr. Cooke had a stroke and crashed into six other vehicles. One of the vehicles that was hit by Mr. Cooke was driven by David...

This Polyester Product Just Might Save Your Life

Since the early 2000’s, the use of seat belts has significantly increased annually. According to the National Occupant Protection Use Survey (NOPUS), in 2017 89.7 percent of people were wearing their seat belts regularly. The National Occupant Protection Use Survey is...

Million Dollar Burns

Stella Liebeck, who lived in Albuquerque, New Mexico, was 79 years old when her and her grandson went through the McDonald’s drive through for breakfast one morning. They parked in the parking lot so that Stella could add cream and sugar to her coffee, but she...

“Honey! The toilet exploded”

A staple item in any house and business, the toilet is one of the most used items. Often times, the “John” is a safe place to relax and catch up on the news. You would think that a ceramic item that can weigh up to 120 pounds should not be exploding, right? Well, in...

Punitive Damages

Punitive damages, also known as “Exemplary damages”, are damages that a court may order for a defendant to pay if the defendant’s actions were intentionally reckless. These damages are a monetary award ordered to be paid to the plaintiff in a civil law suit. Punitive...

The Dram Shop Act

Overview of the Dram Shop Act The Texas Dram Shop Act, codified at § 2.02 of the Texas Alcohol and Beverage Code, states that an alcohol provider can be liable for the damages caused by an intoxicated person served by the provider. F.F.P. Operating Partners, L.P. v....