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How Do You Prove that Another Driver’s Negligence Caused You to Do Something that Resulted in an Accident?

Posted on June 9, 2016 Car Accidents
Countless cases – whether they’re settled out of court or go before a jury – hinge on proving negligence. In some situations, even a driver who hit another vehicle may have done so only because of a third party’s neglect. For instance, a person driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol may indirectly...
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Does a “Swim at Your Own Risk” Sign Actually Do Anything?

Posted on May 26, 2016 Liability
When it’s summertime in Texas, we tend to gravitate toward pools. On particularly hot days, kids swarm to public options, and they may even be tempted to swim in the neighbors’ pools – whether or not they’re at home. If a child is injured in a public or private pool, you may be wondering...
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Understanding Fault in High Risk Activity Accidents

Posted on February 19, 2016 Car Accidents
What happens if you get injured while rafting, paragliding, BASE jumping, or another extreme sport? Many of these activities require liability waivers, but a waiver does not necessarily preclude an injured individual from taking legal action against the organizer. In 2012, a man in Fort Worth drowned during a mud run. In 2013, a...
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