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Proving Negligence in a Texas Truck Accident Case

Negligence is the failure to uphold a reasonable standard of care leading to injuries or losses, and is the primary grounds for pursuing a Texas truck accident case. Proving negligence can be challenging but possible and requires a meticulous investigation and critical evidence. Elements of Negligence Successfully establishing negligence involves addressing four key elements:...
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Should I Take the Insurance Company’s First Settlement Offer?

Posted January 6, 2024 in
After an accident, the responsible party's insurance company may swiftly present a settlement offer if their policyholder is deemed at fault. While the offer might be tempting, it's essential to note that the initial settlement is often considerably lower than the actual value of your claim. Consequently, it is highly advisable to refrain from...
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Texas Dram Shop & Social Host Liability Laws

Both dram shop and social host liability laws aim to encourage responsible alcohol service and consumption, emphasizing the importance of preventing alcohol-related harm. Texas Dram Shop Law Dram Shop laws hold establishments that serve alcohol, such as bars and restaurants, accountable for the consequences of over-serving patrons. Under Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code Title 1,...
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