What the Hail?

Posted on

Today in Texas, there’s a new kind of ambulance-chasing trial lawyer. Over the last several years, trial lawyers have begun a new practice of “storm chasing” after major hailstorms in an effort to increase their profits. By manipulating current laws, these storm-chasing trial lawyers are lining their pockets at the expense of everyday Texans. After […]

How Big Data Is Big Bucks for Personal Injury Lawyers

Posted on

Texans Against Lawsuit Abuse shared our take on big data and the increase in certain lawsuits in a recent letter to the editor in the Dallas Morning News.  It also serves as a good reminder: “Don’t Let a Lawyer Be Your Doctor.” Texas trial lawyers have a history of searching for ways to make millions […]

Every Day is Lawsuit “Tax Day”

Posted on

Our friends at Sick of Lawsuits offer up a timely reminder as Americans file their taxes this year. As you make you final income tax calculations, pause a moment to think about how much the “lawsuit tax” is costing each of us. The sheer number of lawsuits being filed throughout the country every year raises […]

Resolve to Fight Lawsuit Abuse

Posted on

It’s a New Year and with it, new ways we are paying for lawsuit abuse. That’s right. We all pay, and we all lose, when others are allowed to abuse our civil justice system. So, we hope you’ll join us in helping to ensure our courts are used for justice, not greed. We’ll help by […]

Don’t Let a Lawyer Be Your Doctor

Posted on

Scroll through the list of the most expensive Google search terms and you’ll find phrases like “Top personal injury lawyers” and “El Paso accident lawyer.” A recent study conducted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Institute for Legal Reform, or ILR, found that some of these ads cost personal injury lawyers nearly $700 every time […]