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Amaro Law Firm

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Houston, Texas 77008

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 Shale Gas in Texas

Shale formations are an invaluable resource when it comes to natural gas and oil. The side effects of drilling in these shale deposits, however, can be costly. Shale is a type of rock which is made out of mud, clay, and fragments of other minerals. Shale is characterized by the thin layers make up the rock, meaning it can easily splinter and flake.

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 Texas Supreme Court Hands Down Decision On Texas Water Rights

According to legal reports, the Texas Supreme Court has recently passed down a landmark decision on water rights in the lone star state. Reportedly, the crux of the decision is that landowners own the water which is beneath their property. Sources say that after two years of litigation and speculation as to what the court might do, a decision was handed down on February 24, 2012.

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 When Should I Speak With a Lawyer After a Car Accident or Truck Wreck?

Questions after a car or truck accident. After a car accident or truck wreck, people sometimes feel overwhelmed with the entire process of returning to life as normal. Car accidents and truck wrecks can leave people injured and without transportation, both of which affect everyday life.

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 Texas Fracking Disclosure Law Will Help Analyze Water Concerns

Texas fracking disclosure law goes into effect February 1, 2012. According to reports, on February 1, 2011, Texas drilling operators will be required to begin reporting many of the chemicals used in a process known as hydraulic fracturing. Industry sources say hydraulic fracturing is a process in which a mixture of water and chemicals is shot into the earth in order to recover excess oil and gas.

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 Federal Lawsuit Highlights Problems with Medicare Payment

According to reports, a lawsuit filed in Dallas, Texas against one of the nationís biggest hospice companies highlights how Medicareís payment methods can offer unintended financial incentives to wrongfully move patients from HMOs into hospice programs and then into hospitals.

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 Insurance Business Model Raises Questions about Payment of Claims

According to legal sources, insurance industry is bound by law to act in good faith with its customers. However, critics of the industry say that in the mid-1990s a new profit-hungry insurance business model, combined with weak regulation, sent the industry in the wrong direction.

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