Jeff Rasansky

I am a Dallas Attorney who is passionate about giving a voice to those who have been personally injured by the negligence or abuse of others.

I earned my law degree at Southern Methodist University in 1990 after receiving my undergraduate degree from the University of Texas.

Soon after earning my law license, I joined a blue chip law firm in downtown Dallas where I learned the legal maneuvers used by large hospitals and corporations. I later joined another large Dallas Law Firm where I began representing people who were injured by the negligence of others.

Since then, I have won tens of millions of dollars for clients who have been catastrophically injured by the neglect of others. My legal wins against doctors, hospitals and nursing homes have been featured in newspaper articles and television and radio reports across the southwest.

Visit my website at www.jrlawfirm.com for more information and great resources on topics like Cerebral Palsy, Day Care and Nursing Home Abuse, Medical Malpractice, Auto and Truck Accidents and much more.

Feel free to contact me at (214) 651-6100 if I can help answer any questions.

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Roadside Assistance Phone Number in Texas

Roadside Assistance in Texas – Is It Free?

| November 7, 2017 | Comments (0)

Being stranded on the road can be both frustrating and frightening. For those who live in the state of Texas, help is as close as your telephone. In 1989, the Texas Department of Public Safety set up a hotline (1-800-525-5555) to help stranded motorists (on state and federal roads) obtain the help they require. The […]

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Truck Accident Common Causes

The 7 Most-Common Causes of 18-Wheeler Accidents

| October 19, 2017 | Comments (0)

18-wheeler trucks are particularly dangerous when they collide with passenger vehicles, and in recent years, there has been more effort on the part of government organizations and trucking companies to reduce the number of serious accidents on the road. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has recently revised hours-of-service laws in an effort to […]

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Finding The Best Nursing Home

Steps to Take When Selecting a Nursing Home for Your Parent

| October 6, 2017 | Comments (0)

According to the American Geriatrics Society, the number of individuals that are admitted into nursing homes has risen since 1994. Many of these individuals are admitted to nursing homes as soon as they are discharged from a hospital or after a sudden illness. Many factors contributing to this increase include age, low income, and poor […]

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Nursing Home Abuse Underreported

Nursing Home Abuse Report Exposes Glaring Underreporting Issues

| September 20, 2017 | Comments (0)

A new government audit that came out late last month has revealed that over 1 in 4 sexual and physical abuse acts at nursing homes across the country go unreported to law enforcement. The report faults Medicare for doing nothing to enforce federal law, which requires immediate reporting of suspected physical and sexual abuse to […]

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Texas Drivers

Where Does Texas Rank in Terms of Bad Driving?

| August 25, 2017 | Comments (0)

A recently released report which looked at data involving driving habits across the nation has ranked Texas as one of the slightly-better states in the country when it comes to safe driving. The unenviable top (worst) spot was snatched up by Utah, with the best drivers coming from Rhode Island. Texas Earns “C” Grade for […]

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Insurance Adjuster Tricks

Claims Adjuster Tricks & How to Avoid Them Following a Crash

| August 3, 2017 | Comments (0)

When insurance claims adjusters talk with you, they have only one intention: to look out for the financial welfare of their company. No matter how nice they seem on the phone, they are not calling to express their concern about the auto accident, nor will they be swayed by emotional pleas. In order to receive […]

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Other Driver Texting While Driving

Can I Prove That the Other Driver Was Texting and Driving Prior to My Accident?

| July 14, 2017 | Comments (0)

Do you believe that your car accident was a result of another driver texting and driving? Proving this can be difficult, but an attorney may be able to help. Most states have laws against texting and driving, and as of September 1st, 2017, Texas will officially join that list. Drivers in Texas who choose to […]

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How to Stop a Dog from Attacking

How to Effectively Stop a Dog from Attacking

| June 23, 2017 | Comments (0)

It’s important to be aware of the ways in which you can help prevent a dog from attacking, or stop a dog attack that’s already in progress—especially if you have young children. A total of 4.7 million Americans are attacked or mauled by dogs every year. Approximately 800,000 of those require medical attention, while 386,000 required […]

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Drug Recalls

What Happens When a Drug is Recalled?

| June 1, 2017 | Comments (0)

What happens when a drug is recalled due to a previously-undiscovered health concern? How are people notified? What can you do if your health has been affected by the use of this unsafe drug? Millions of people count on medication to help deal with infection, treat illness, or alleviate pain and discomfort. These medications consist of […]

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Distracted Driving Awareness

April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month

| April 19, 2017 | Comments (0)

Did you know that car crashes caused by distracted drivers result in over $125 billion in economic loss and societal harm every single year? A lot of us don’t appreciate the attention with which we should operate a vehicle, and studies show that driving while distracted is not limited to drivers of any age group. […]

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