‘Tis the Season for Holiday Lawsuits

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Giving is the reason for the season. But many Texans may find themselves receiving the legal equivalent of a lump of coal in their stockings as a result of their holiday party. Social host liability should be at the top of the planning list for the holiday season. With office parties and social gatherings dotting […]

Judicial Hellholes 2019-2020 Report

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The 2019-2020 Judicial Hellholes report from the American Tort Reform Association (ATRA) is out! The report identifies areas of the country where lawsuit abuse is rampant and justice is not evenly applied.   While questionable legal practices and junk lawsuits continue to be a problem in Texas, our state’s work to shed its reputation as the […]

Say “Boo” to Lawsuits

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Halloween – a time for creepy crawlers, ghosts, witches and things that go “boo” in the night. But there is more to this fun holiday than meets the eye.  While you are trying to decide what costume to wear and what party to attend, some personal injury lawyers may be gearing up for ways to […]

Personal Injury Lawyer Ads Plaguing Consumers: Texas Responds

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Personal injury lawyer advertising continues to raise eyebrows across the United States. A new study examines how Philadelphia personal injury lawyers continue to unleash legal services ads on that city’s consumers. The problem isn’t limited to the East Coast, as Texans, too, have seen in recent years. Personal injury lawyer ads with terms such as […]

Texas Lawsuit Reforms Attract New Physicians

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Since Texas voters approved medical liability reforms 16 years ago, the number of new doctors practicing in the state has grown significantly.  Read more from the Texas Alliance for Patient Access:    TEXAS LICENSES A RECORD NUMBER OF NEW PHYSICIANS AT THE 16-YEAR MARK OF LIABILITY REFORMS The Texas Medical Board licensed a record 4,760 new […]