Car Wrecks: Tell Your Insurance Company

Generally, tell your insurance company of any wreck even if it is not your fault or no one was hurt. The old theory of “they will raise my rates if they know I was in an accident” may have been true for Grandpa, but that is not usually the case anymore.  Of course if...

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Making Storm Damage Claims

There have been lots of storms this fall due to an active hurricane season. The insurance companies are no doubt working overtime to assess claims. If you have suffered any storm damage one of the best things you may do is to consult an attorney before you file a...

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Sharing the Road with Big Rigs

It seems like there are more and more big rigs on the highway these days. In fact, the National Truckers’ Association is running ads to tell us just how important these huge trucks are in bringing us many of the goods we use daily. But they are dangerous, and the...

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Defective Repairs and Your Rights

A Dallas, Texas couple is lucky to be alive after surviving a car crash that burned them both, badly. Matthew and Marcia Seebachan were on the road for a Christmas trip when their Honda Fit was hit by another car. The crash was made much worse because the Honda had...

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Wedding Cancelled by Text Message: Who Gets the Ring?

It is bad enough to think that one or the other of a couple cancels a wedding engagement, but to do so via text message – that’s just plain tacky. However, it happened to one woman and the story took an interesting turn. Louis and Christa had been dating for two years...

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The NCAA: Be an Athlete or a Businessman, But not Both

The NCAA seems to cause more problems than it solves. The organization rules over collegiate athletics, but does it go too far when applying, what some may call, arbitrary rules? The latest such story involves a track athlete from Texas A&M University. Freshman,...

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Aaron Hernandez Family Suing NFL

The late football star who played for the Florida Gators under Urban Meyer, and then went on to play for the New England Patriots ended up convicted of murder and committed suicide in his jail cell in April. He was 27 years old. Test results now show that he suffered...

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What to Look for in an Elder Care Facility

If you have a loved one who is going to need more care than your family can give them at home, chances are you have looked into at least one nursing home facility. But did you really know what to look for? A nursing home is only as good as the family who takes you...

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Apple’s New iPhone X: Can it Pose Legal Problems?

The newest Apple iPhone was debuted last week, and one of the new features it boasts is facial recognition technology. So, instead of a fingerprint, your phone will unlock when you look at the screen. But, can law enforcement force you to open your iPhone X with your...

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