As a native Texan, I’ve seen my fair share of tornadoes. The tornadoes that ripped through the Metroplex this week were the most frightening in years. Together our staff watched the warnings on TV and spoke over the phone with loved ones on Tuesday afternoon, making sure that everyone was as safe as they could [...]
When a person is killed by a defective or dangerous product, or they lose a loved one because of another person’s negligence or malpractice, they come to a personal injury attorney. They come to us because they deserve to have somebody there to protect their rights – and that will not be the insurance company.
I can say this because I was on the other side. I used to defend the companies and insurance agencies that I now protect my clients from. The difference between now and then is that now I am on the right side of the fight, representing those who deserve a voice and an advocate for their rights.
If you aren’t familiar or aware of this epidemic sweeping the nation, you should be. As Baby Boomers begin to age into their twilight all at once, more and more families are relying on nursing homes and other nursing facilities to take care of their loved ones. As demand for nursing homes and elder care has risen, so has the opportunity for a myriad of physical, emotional sexual abuse, and financial exploitation.
Without a doubt, one of the most stressful times of my life was the moment I realized that my daughter would soon be a legal driver. Any parent that has the “joy” of raising a teenager (or several, like me) already knows what I am talking about. There are a ton of reasons why the prospect of your child being behind the wheel is so terrifying.
As a personal injury attorney, I get asked a lot of questions about why I do what I do. Questions about why I choose to fight for individuals when I could just as easily defend big businesses and insurance companies. Questions of how I am able to deal with families that have been through such [...]