Houston is one of the most diverse cities in the United States. We see it every day in all of our activities, and perhaps take it for granted. But diversity has not always been the status quo, or even an encouraged status. But times have changed, and diversity is now an ingrained aspect of our society, and especially so in Houston.
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The scenarios described below are common mistakes made by victims or lawyers in personal injury lawsuits. Avoiding mistakes like these can improve your chances of receiving maximum compensation.
Social media increasingly permeates our everyday lives. Two recent stories reflect just how social media in general, and Facebook in particular, have begun to play increasingly larger roles in judicial system.
At 9 a.m .this morning in Houston, Texas a dump truck hit a Metro rail train at the corner of Main Street and Capital. According to investigators, the train was traveling south on Main Street when the truck traveling west on Capital collided with the train. The driver of the truck was blinded by the sun and did not see the red light at the intersection.
The first day of the Houston presentation of the State Bar of Texas' 2011 Advanced Personal Injury Law Seminar was a success. Those who preregistered, joined by a record crowd of walk-ins, learned from experts from across the State of Texas who discussed the many issues involved in a personal injury law practice. One highlight was a group discussion at noon by local jurists. Hon. Caroline Baker moderated a panel that included Hon. Susan Criss from Galveston County, along with the Hon. Reece Rendon and Hon. Bill Burke from Harris County. They shared insights gleaned from many years on the bench. Tomorrow, the seminar continues with a full slate of recognized leaders speaking on further important topics of the trial practice.