Claims for Dangerous Childcare Products and Toys

The fact that dangerous childcare products and toys ever make their way onto the marketplace to begin is almost unimaginable. Nonetheless, these products and toys are responsible for a number of serious injuries to children all around the country each and every year. Claiming Compensation for a Dangerous Childcare Product or Toy Our legal team Read More


Woman dies, man is injured in separate vehicular accidents

Two unrelated vehicular accidents near U.S. Route 380 in Denton, TX, resulted in one fatality and one injury on Thursday, September 15th. Denton Police Department responded to the scene of the accident around 7:35 a.m. to attend to an unconscious man that was lying on the ground, and who appeared to have sustained a head injury. He was Read More


Intoxication manslaughter charge leaves woman to serve 12 years

Thirty-one-year-old Seadrift, Texas resident Margarita Lissett Galeana pleaded guilty to intoxication manslaughter and an accident involving personal injury or death. Her sentencing occurred on Thursday, September 15 in relation to the death of 34-year-old Emily Jean Brown. Galeana must serve two 12-year jail terms for the charges; however, she can serve her terms concurrently. Investigators found Brown’s Read More


Family of Sandra Bland settles lawsuit for $1.9M

Waller County Jail will pay $1.8 million to settle the wrongful death lawsuit lodged by the family of Sandra Bland. The Texas Department of Public Safety will pay the remaining $100,000. Sandra Bland lost her life while imprisoned in Waller County Jail after a controversial traffic stop and arrest last year. The jail will also implement Read More


Lawsuit filed against Sunoco Logistics after Nederland fire

Two employees of Sunoco Logistics, a crude oil transporting company, have filed a law suit after a flash fire that occurred at the company’s crude oil terminal in Nederland, Texas last month. Both plaintiffs were hospitalized due to their intense burns and other injuries, a press release stated. According to preliminary investigations, seven workers were harmed while Read More


Four of the most dangerous intersections in Texas are in Austin

A new study from the Texas Department of Transportation revealed some of the most dangerous intersections in the state. They included accident sites that had at least 48 collisions within the last four years. According to TDoT, four of the 279 most dangerous intersections in Texas are in Austin. In particular, the worst intersection in Austin is located Read More


Legal battle hounds Lockhart balloon crash

People are looking to find out who will be held liable for the deaths of all 16 people who were onboard a hot air balloon owned by Heart of Texas Hot Air Balloon Rides, which caught fire, slammed into a field, and finally crashed in Lockhart on July 30, 2016. The hot air balloon owner was insured, but Read More


Bus-van collision kills four

Four individuals lost their lives during a van-bus collision that happened in Kingman in Mohave County in Arizona on Monday, July 25. According to the Arizona Department of Public Safety, a van collided with the bus of the Dallas Cowboys, a professional American football team of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex in Texas. The people killed Read More


Hot air balloon crashes south of Austin, kills 16

A hot-air balloon operated by Heart of Texas Hot Air Balloon Rides crashed into high-tension power lines before coming to a violent landing in a pasture about 30 miles south of Austin on Saturday, July 30. The Lockhart accident resulted in the death of 16 individuals. The hot-air balloon’s pilot, identified as 49-year-old Alfred “Skip” Read More


Watercraft accidents in Texas rose in recent years – local officials

Accidents and deaths that are related to kayaking or using other paddle craft have risen in Texas in recent years; however, those involving personal watercraft were reduced. This year, the Fourth of July weekend and the days preceding it saw a rise in boating-related accidents and incidents wherein boaters violate Texas’ boating laws. According to Texas Read More

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