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Class-Action Lawsuits and COVID-19

As the coronavirus continues to surge across the United States, we are witnessing a growing number of class-action lawsuits related to COVID-19 cases. In fact, class-action claims are making headlines as businesses grapple with this new area of litigation. From lawsuits over mask mandates to teachers taking on the state over reopening schools in the

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Common Types of Large Truck Accidents

The trucking industry is booming across the United States, especially in Texas. With more than 12.5 million large trucks registered in the U.S., it is no wonder these large vehicles are often involved in deadly accidents. According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), over 100,000 truck accidents result in injuries every year on

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Can Employees File a Virus Lawsuit Against Their Employer?

As states across the United States grapple with repercussions from the novel coronavirus, you may ask yourself whether you can sue your employer if you contracted the virus at work. Today, we will take a closer look at coronavirus lawsuits here in Texas and throughout the country. As you are likely aware, COVID-19 cases have

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Businesses and Coronavirus Liability Lawsuits

As coronavirus cases in the United States continue to surge, businesses are coming under fire and facing liability lawsuits. June 24 marked the highest single day of COVID-19 cases in the U.S. to date, with more than 45,500. The previous record was April 26, during the initial peak of the pandemic. Since then, the country

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The Number of Virus Lawsuits Continues to Grow

While many areas of the country are in various stages of reopening amid the novel coronavirus, new cases are surging, creating confusion and raising questions about how soon is too soon. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), COVID-19 cases in the U.S. could be ten times higher than reported. And in

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What You Should Know About Truck Accidents

Accidents involving large trucks are more common in Texas than many people realize. As more people move to the Lone Star State and the trucking industry continues to rise in the U.S., we expect to see these numbers increase. In the U.S., commercial trucks are responsible for transporting 70 percent of products. Unfortunately, the trucking

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Medical Malpractice in the Age of Coronavirus

The novel coronavirus continues to impact the global population, including right here in Texas. Even as states begin the reopening process, we have seen an increase in the number of cases, and there is no shortage of tragic stories coming out of the Lone Star State. For example, a Galveston-Houston church that reopened its doors

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Virus Lawsuits: Everything You Need to Know

The coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to wreak havoc on communities throughout the world and the United States. The novel virus quickly spread across the globe, causing unimaginable health and economic damage. As many states, including Texas, are reopening, coronavirus lawsuits are starting to pop up. Legal action is one way for those affected by the virus

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Could Negligent Nursing Homes Face Medical Malpractice for COVID-19?

Nursing homes in Texas and throughout the nation are facing scrutiny as a large percentage of the deaths related to COVID-19 have been elderly residents. According to a recent article in The New York Times, one-third of all coronavirus deaths in the U.S. are nursing home residents or workers. The report indicates that more than

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Is Texas a No – Fault State

When you are involved in an accident of any kind, the results can be catastrophic. Depending on the nature of the accident, you may find yourself facing mounting medical bills and years of rehabilitation. In the event you suffer injuries following a car accident, there’s a good chance you will want to take legal action.