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  • Car Accident

    The latest posts for Car Accident are listed below.
    • Why UIM/UM Coverage Is Important

      Texas is an at-fault insurance state, which means if people get into a car accident, typically one or the other driver is “at fault” in the crash. Some states are “no fault”—each person involved must rely on his or her own auto insurance to cover all damages for himself or herself, even if the other driver was responsible. However, Texas assigns fault to the driver who was at fault in the crash, ...
    • An Out-of-State Driver Injured Me. Is My Accident Different?

      Getting into a car accident can be frustrating, especially if an out-of-state driver operated the other vehicle that hit you. Why would it be more frustrating? Not many people know this, but insurance minimums are different between states. In places that have a lot of tourist appeal and see tons of traffic moving in and out of the state—like Texas—it is common to see accidents involving Texas ...
    • Why You Need to See a Doctor After an Accident

      If you’ve just been involved in a car accident, your first reaction is usually to make sure you don’t feel any pain or injuries. If your car accident was minor, you might not notice your injuries right away and decline medical treatment. You discover weeks after your accident, you were injured; you just didn’t notice the symptoms right away. This situation is more common than you think which is ...

    Civil Justice

    The latest posts for Civil Justice are listed below.
    • Parents of Autistic Boy Injured During Gym Class Seek Justice

      An autistic boy, D.M., is a student at Kennemer Middle School in Duncanville suffered serious injuries , including severe gash shaped in an arch just above his right eye. Doctors report that his eyes socket has also been fractured. Allegedly, the injury occurred while he was in gym class. D.M.’s parents describe him as “nonverbal,” and is unable to explain the incident. His parents were alerted ...
    • Sex Workers Promised Assistance File Suit Against Relativity Media

      Three sex workers who were featured on the A&E reality TV show, “8 Minutes,” have filed a case against the production company, Relativity Media. The three individuals were promised “life-changing” opportunities, according to their testimony. The show centered on a former police officer, now a pastor, who staged an intervention. The pastor would pose as a client and would call the sex workers to ...

    Employee Discrimination

    The latest posts for Employee Discrimination are listed below.
    • Higbie Case May Expose Corruption within the State Department

      MR Civil Justiceis representing a client, R. Higbie, a veteran of the Diplomatic Security Services. Higbie spent his entire career protecting diplomats and is now facing a civil lawsuit, spurred by these same dignitaries. A Case of Harassment It began when Higbie first learned the news that his daughter was suffering from a rare genetic disorder. The State Department suggested that he quit his ...

    Motorcycle Accident

    The latest posts for Motorcycle Accident are listed below.
    • Safety Tips for Motorcycle Riders

      You’ll be hard-pressed to find a motorcycle rider who doesn’t love their bike almost as much as their life itself. However, many riders will place their lives at an increased risk by ignoring or avoiding important safety protocols. A motorcycle accident can cause serious injuries that can impact you for the rest of your life, so it’s important to protect yourself against these injuries by ...
    • What to Do After a Motorcycle Accident

      Nobody knows when they are going to be in an accident, so there is no real way to plan for it. However, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be prepared for when it does occur. At MR Civil Justice, our Dallas personal injury attorneys represent all kinds of motorcycle accidents and accident injury cases. We know what to look for, what is important, and what steps you should take to protect yourself. ...

    Personal Injury

    The latest posts for Personal Injury are listed below.
    • Employers Opting Out of Workers' Comp

      Most states in the country require companies to provide workers’ compensation to employees injured on the jobs. However, Texas does not. Texas allows companies to opt out of workers’ comp and replace it with their own regulations. New employees also might not know what they’ve signed up for with all the new-hire paperwork they get handed until they actually get injured. For example, John Hernandez ...
    • Can I Sue for a Dog Bite in Texas?

      If you were recently attacked or bitten by a dog and suffered serious injury in Texas, it is imperative to understand the state’s rules when it comes to a dog owner’s civil liability. Unlike most states, Texas does not have a statute which specifically covers a dog owner’s responsibility for damages caused by their pet biting another person. However, a victim can file a personal injury lawsuit ...
    • An Out-of-State Driver Injured Me. Is My Accident Different?

      Getting into a car accident can be frustrating, especially if an out-of-state driver operated the other vehicle that hit you. Why would it be more frustrating? Not many people know this, but insurance minimums are different between states. In places that have a lot of tourist appeal and see tons of traffic moving in and out of the state—like Texas—it is common to see accidents involving Texas ...

    Truck Accidents

    The latest posts for Truck Accidents are listed below.
    • Employers Opting Out of Workers' Comp

      Most states in the country require companies to provide workers’ compensation to employees injured on the jobs. However, Texas does not. Texas allows companies to opt out of workers’ comp and replace it with their own regulations. New employees also might not know what they’ve signed up for with all the new-hire paperwork they get handed until they actually get injured. For example, John Hernandez ...

    Whistleblower

    The latest posts for Whistleblower are listed below.
    • Higbie Case May Expose Corruption within the State Department

      MR Civil Justiceis representing a client, R. Higbie, a veteran of the Diplomatic Security Services. Higbie spent his entire career protecting diplomats and is now facing a civil lawsuit, spurred by these same dignitaries. A Case of Harassment It began when Higbie first learned the news that his daughter was suffering from a rare genetic disorder. The State Department suggested that he quit his ...
    • Whistleblower Case: Allegations of Illicit Activity by American Diplomats

      A former State Department employee and investigator, Aurelia Fedenisn, was threatened after she had sent in documents that alleged cover-ups on illicit activities from several American security officials and diplomats, including senior officials who were working under then-Secretary of State, Hilary Clinton. Some of these allegations include: Soliciting sexual favors from prostitutes, including ...
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