Veterans in Asbestos Case

Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Navy Veterans in Asbestos Case

On March 19, 2019, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the widows of two Navy veterans who died of mesothelioma can move forward with a lawsuit against five manufacturers of asbestos-containing equipment, even though the asbestos was added to the equip...

Understanding the Rules on How Many Hours a Trucker Can Drive

Understanding the Rules on How Many Hours a Trucker Can Drive

With around 130 million commercial trucks crisscrossing the nation’s roadways every year, the U.S. Department of Transportation and Federal Motor Carrier Administration (FMCSA) have their hands full trying to create sensible regulations that keep r...

I Was Hurt in a Truck Accident and I’m Afraid I Can’t Afford a Lawyer

I Was Hurt in a Truck Accident and I’m Afraid I Can’t Afford a Lawyer

Facing mounting medical bills, expensive physical therapy, the inability to work, and other costly consequences, people injured in truck accidents find themselves saddled with hefty bills without an adequate way to pay them. Yes, the truck driver’s...

Traffic Fatalities in Texas Dropped in 2018 | Ted B. Lyon

Traffic Fatalities in Texas Dropped in 2018

The Insurance Council of Texas (ICT), which keeps a close eye on traffic statistics, has released its numbers for 2018. The figures, released in February 2019, show a 4 percent drop in traffic fatalities on Texas roadways, from 3,720 in 2017 to 3,567...

Safety of Military Housing Under Scrutiny After Children Suffer Lead Poisoning | 802674482

Safety of Military Housing Under Scrutiny After Children Suffer Lead Poisoning

Military families living at bases in Texas and across the nation remain frustrated and concerned about their health months after a bombshell Reuters report exposed lead paint poisoning hazards in privatized homes on military bases. Military leadershi...