Responding to Medical Malpractice Discovery

Some attorneys may shrug off the written discovery phase to just check a box in order to move on to depositions.  However, a well-prepared Plaintiff will have his case trial ready once written discovery requests are received, and this should be an opportunity not to give your case away, but to present a well-developed case

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Falling on Someone Else’s Property

Property owners have a responsibility to their guests and visitors to maintain safe and reasonable conditions on their property. When a failure to keep safe conditions causes injury to a person because of tripping, slipping, or otherwise falling to the ground, the legal principal of premises liability comes into play. Premises liability holds property owners

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Divorce: What is a Guardian Ad Litem?

In many divorce cases where the best interests of a child, or children, must be considered it is common for the court to appoint someone to investigate the contentions of both sides and present their findings to the court. As a divorce lawyer  trusts might explain, this person is known as a guardian ad litem (“guardian for the

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What Happens if I Miss My Court Appearance?

Failing to appear at a court appearance in the criminal law world is a serious situation.  If you fail to appear at your court appearance, the judge can issue a bench warrant for your arrest.  If you are pulled over, and the police officer runs a check on your name, you will be arrested.  If

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Five Celebrity DUI Arrests that Surprised Us

Don’t drink and drive is a message we begin ingraining into children as early as we possibly can. Yet every year people get behind the wheel after having a drink or two or more. That choice results in a very tragic statistic: a drunk-driving death occurs every 15 minutes. When celebs our kids look up

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The Sudden Emergency Doctrine

Suppose you were in a car wreck through no fault of you own, but the insurance company for the other driver still refuses to pay. Their reasoning? The Sudden Emergency Doctrine. They claim the other driver was faced with a sudden emergency and therefore is not responsible for your injuries or damages. How can this

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Common Neck Injuries After a Car Accident

A car accident is a traumatic event that cause residual effects on your body for weeks, months and even years.  To make sure you properly recover, it takes time to address how you’re feeling after the accident.  Although each person is different and can have different injuries, we are going to discuss the common injuries

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3 Important Factors in a Custody Case

1. Stability How stable is the environment of where the child/children will be living in?  Your Arlington TX divorce lawyer will need to know about employment history as well as any other possible interventions from government agencies.  A stable job will show the Court the ability to adequately provide for the child and/or children.  Another portion

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Workers Compensation and Retirement

Unfortunately, sometimes workplace injuries can be so severe that they force one to contemplate whether or not they will be able to return to his/her prior occupation.  When this occurs one may consider whether retirement from the job is a viable option.  However, there are many things to keep in mind when contemplating this option

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