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  • Understanding the Texas Stowers Demand Doctrine

    A Stowers Demand is a tool often used by Plaintiff's lawyers in Texas to put pressure on insurance companies to either pay their policy limits to settle a claim or risk exposing their insureds and themselves to liability for a verdict in excess of the coverage amount.

  • Falling in a Store – Proving Liability
      by HG.org

    Falls, slips and other accidents that lead to injury inside a store may result in a valid legal claim when confronting the business. This often depends on the reasonable accommodations taken in preventing accidents and ensuring the safety of those of the public that enter and exit the store.

  • How The Bifurcated Trial System Can Favor Defendants And Hurt A Plaintiff's Case

    [It has been] discussed how a century-old rule barring mention of liability insurance may actually create bias in a jury, favoring a defendant. [T]he “bifurcated trial system” [also] can actually create jury bias as well.

  • A 100-Year-Old Court Rule That Can Favor A Defendant’s Case

    For 100 years, courts have disallowed even mentioning liability insurance in negligence cases. This court rule was conceived in order to protect the defendant from a biased jury, who may inflict more damage on a defendant if they know their insurance company will bear the weight of the verdict. But, is the rule truly effective?

  • How Does an Architectural Expert Witness Find a Building Defective?
      by HG.org

    When there is a possible case where a building has been erected with defective areas or designs, it may be necessary to hire an architectural expert witness to assist with the proceedings.

  • Food Poisoning – How to Prove Who Is Liable
      by HG.org

    Instances of food poisoning tend to appear in batches with certain types of food or in specific restaurants on occasion. However, when these incidents occur, the question becomes who is to blame and what should happen next with these situations.

  • When Can You Sue a School for Your Child’s Injuries?
      by HG.org

    Injuries occur at school that leave the victims traumatized in multiple ways that could lead to long-term damage. These children could be hurt by others of their own age or someone older such as a teacher.

  • Determining Liability in a Roof Fall Accident
      by HG.org

    Accidents involving roof disasters are among some of the most injurious to the victims. They may experience intense pain, broken bones, harm to various body parts, internal bleeding and even death. Even when the injuries are minor, the damage may be extensive on the inside. Back pain could lead to the loss of functionality of limbs.

  • Premises Liability Law: Determining Who’s at Fault

    Few people realize that there are guidelines the court goes by to determine if a property owner is liable for an injury sustained while a person was on their property. A case is not won or lost simply because a person was injured. Other factors must be proven before a liability suit can be won. The first step is to become familiar with the terminology of premises liability laws.

  • How a Lawyer Can Help Determine Liable Parties in a Fatal Accidental Shooting?
      by HG.org

    Non-fatal shootings have become an issue in the country at over 70,000 persons affected each year with hospital visits as stated by the National Center for Injury Protection and Control. Additionally, just under half of this amount is fatally wounded in various instances of a gunshot wound.


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