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  • How Much Can I Sue for in a Motorcycle Accident Case?

    Call (214) 307-8387 to Talk to a Motorcycle Accident Lawyer About Your Case. When filing a personal injury suit, the goal is not to squeeze as much cash as you can out of the person who harmed you. The goal is recover as much as you need to make a full, complete recovery without having to absorb the financial cost of someone else’s negligence—and we are here to help you make that happen. However, ...
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  • What to Do After a No-Contact Motorcycle Accident

    We Exist to Protect You. Before Doing Anything Else, Call Us at (214) 307-8387 . Motorcycle accidents are incredibly dangerous, in no small part because of the opportunity for grave and deadly error by motorcyclists and by other drivers. The personal injury cases that follow can be even trickier to figure out because of the challenge of proving another driver behaved recklessly. If you’ve been ...
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  • What Can I Do if My Child Was Bitten by a Neighbor’s Dog?

    It can be a terrifying experience to see your child attacked by a vicious animal or learn about it afterward. In addition to being scary, it can also result in some surprise expenses, such as hospital stays, surgery, medical treatments, and more, depending on the nature of your child’s injury. If your child’s injury and the related expenses came about because the dog’s owner failed to secure their ...
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  • Product Liability in Gun Accidents

    If you have been harmed in an accident involving a gun, you already know how scary it can be. Guns are powerful machines and an error, whether human or mechanical, can result in serious injury or death. Many gun-related accidents occur because of user error or recklessness. In such cases, the person who made the mistakes that led to your injuries is almost always liable. However, there are some ...
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  • MR Civil Justice Represents Injured Victim of Police Brutality in Lawsuit

    In 2014, 34-year-old Jon McDonald was handcuffed and heavily beaten by members of law enforcement in a Dallas motel. The encounter, which occurred in response to a 911 call from McDonald’s girlfriend, left him seriously injured. According to police, McDonald violently resisted arrest, though McDonald denies these claims. McDonald’s girlfriend reported that police were unnecessarily violent when ...
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  • 3 Ways to Resolve a Business Dispute Without Going Bankrupt

    If you are a small business owner, the prospect of going to court over a breach of contract, employee dispute, or other legal quarrel may seem daunting. The reality is that, even if the other party has wronged your business and is directly responsible for damages and financial losses, a court battle can create hefty costs to you and your business, both in terms of money and time spent engaging in ...
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  • Driver Awarded for Neck and Back Injuries

    One of our clients was recently awarded damages after his car accident. The case began when our client, Omar Rios, was driving in Dallas and was rear-ended by the defendant, Anthony Davis. Rios sustained sprains, strains, and a herniation/protrusion at the L5-S1 vertebra. As a result of the injury, Rios needed to undergo extensive physical therapy and chiropractic care. The defense argued that the ...
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  • Understanding Intellectual Property and Copyright Ownership

    In the age of copy-and-paste, anything can be scattered all over the Internet in a matter of minutes. It can be very difficult to establish original ownership of an idea, design, work of art, or other product once it has been disseminated or copied by other people. Violation of copyright and intellectual property rights can be particularly harmful for artists, musicians, writers, and other ...
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  • MR Civil Justice Succeeds in Dhan Case

    In one of our recent court victories, the judge ruled in favor of our client, Simon Dhan, in his case against defendants Jarvis Johnson and Tyshae Johnson. The court case began on December 12, 2017. The court determined it had jurisdiction over the parties and subject matter of the situation. Both sides waived trial by jury, which means they submitted all arguments and evidence related to the case ...
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  • 4 Elements of a Catastrophic Injury Claim

    Catastrophic injury cases fall under the umbrella of personal injury, despite being uniquely different in comparison to a standard personal injury case. This is due to the fact that catastrophic injuries are often life-altering and permanently debilitating, requiring life-long treatment and care, which can become incredibly expensive over the course of one’s life. In addition to the financial ...
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  • How to Fight Insurance Bad Faith

    When an insurance company has denied coverage and/or unwilling to provide a settlement, they may be involved in bad faith claims. Simply put, the insurer is trying to get out of giving you the entitled financial compensation for a policy that has coverage of the damage caused by an incident, such as if your home has been flooded or burned. For victims of insurance companies that practice bad ...
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  • What is Tortious Interference?

    While markets encourage competition, competitive behavior between businesses can go too far and cross the line into improper conduct territory. That is when the courts can intervene in lawsuits regarding “tortious interference.” Tortious interference occurs when one party disrupts another party’s business endeavors with the intent of causing economic harm. There are two types of economic injury ...
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  • Tips for Talking to Your Insurance Company After an Accident

    Accidents are overwhelming and chaotic incidents, especially if you sustained injuries. However, oftentimes the aftermath can be just as difficult to navigate, especially when the time comes to speak with your insurance company. They do everything to win your favor when you are looking for a company to sign up with, but sometimes they can prove to be less than friendly when you actually need them ...
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  • How Long Do I Have to File a Personal Injury Claim in Texas?

    All states, including Texas, has imposed statutory limits on the amount of time you have to go to court and file a personal injury lawsuit. In general, the time limit is known as the “statute of limitations.” These deadlines vary based on the type of case you wish to file. For personal injury cases in Texas, the statute of limitations is two years from the date of the injury to file a lawsuit in ...
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  • After an Uber/Lyft Accident: What's Next?

    Using a ridesharing service, such as Uber or Lyft, has become a common form of transportation over the past few years. Whether you want to avoid drunk driving or dealing with traffic, you can request a ride within minutes with a few taps on your cellphone screen. But when it comes to car accidents , however, crashes involving Uber or Lyft drivers can be quite complicated. While you can handle a ...
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