Workplace accidents are a common occurrence in the United States, leaving nearly 3 million people with mild to severe injuries. Of the 2.9 million workplace accidents that take place annually, approximately 5,200 are fatal and an additional 10,000 workers were faced with an amputation injury. These are serious numbers that show just how dangerous our workforce can be. While the …
Some personal injury attorneys only take a limited number of cases due to the type of contracts they enter into with clients Almost all injury attorneys require clients to sign a contingency fee contract. A contingency fee contract is a contract where the lawyer only gets paid if he/she wins. This is great for a potential client because no money …
Dallas personal injury attorney Ramez Shamieh selected for induction into Distinguished Justice Advocates, representing the nation’s top 1% of attorneys.
A tragic loss and a fraternity suspended, pending the investigation of the alleged LSU hazing death September 14th.
A new school bus seat belt law took effect September 1, requiring all new school busses purchased to be equipped with a seat belt for every passenger.
A new law that took effect on September 1st makes texting and driving a misdemeanor. What do you know about the law and how it affects you?
We all know a car can’t beat a train in a fight. But when someone is injured or killed in a train crossing accident, who is at fault?
As fidget spinners get more popular, more and more victims are coming forward with fidget spinner injuries. Consult with a product liability attorney.
Auto accidents are terrible enough, but inclement weather complicates things further. Who is at fault in an auto accident when it’s raining cats and dogs?
Hurricane victims are being urged to file their Harvey insurance claims before September 1st to avoid losing money – but flooding makes it hard to file.