Michael P. Fleming Wins Major Federal Wetlands Case

Judge Issues Scathing Opinion Punishing EPA and Federal Government for "Oppressive and Dishonest Conduct." United States District Judge Lynn N. Hughes issued an opinion dismissing the case of United States of America v. Lipar, Civil Action H-10-1904, pending in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas - Houston Division.  Michael P. [...]

By | September 1st, 2015|Categories: Civil Litigation|0 Comments

Congress Goes After Dangerous Morcellator Devices

Members of Congress have asked the FDA to investigate the approval process which put the laparoscopic power morcellator devices on the market. These dangerous medical devices have been the subject of controversy for the past several years after it was disclosed that they could cause dangerous cancer cells to spread within a woman's body.  These [...]

Distracted doctoring leads to medical malpractice case in Dallas

By now, we all know that distracted driving is incredibly dangerous and irresponsible. It is simply not possible to safely operate a motor vehicle while also reading your email or texting a friend, for example. Unfortunately, a number of drivers continue to throw caution to the wind and engage in distractions while behind the wheel--but, [...]

Speed Related Accident Statistics

Speed Related Accident Statistics Speeding in an automobile can be dangerous and even fatal. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that about a third of all fatal crashes are speed-related. Texas had the most speed related accidents in 2010. There were 1,190 fatalities speed related car accidents. Over 100 of these fatal accidents occurred on [...]

By | June 26th, 2015|Categories: Car Accidents|0 Comments

TxDOT works to deter post-game drunk driving

It is no secret that drunk driving is a serious issue across the state of Texas. In 2010, there were 25,000 DWI accidents in Texas, placing the state first in the nation in alcohol-related crashes and car accident deaths. New data from the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) indicates that drunk driving spikes on football game [...]

Vehicle-bike accident near Texas college kills three

Three people are dead and at least one is injured after a series of collisions involving a pickup truck, a bicycle, and several other vehicles near Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas. Police are not yet sure of the cause of the fatal bike accident, but reports indicate that alcohol was most likely involved. According [...]

Texas man files suit against bar for DWI accident

A Texas man recently filed a lawsuit against a Texas bar, alleging that it over-served a patron and ultimately caused a drunk driving accident that left the plaintiff with severe brain injuries. The personal injury suit also names the owner of the bar as well as the driver and owner of the car involved in the [...]

Fatal 3-Vehicle Accident Caused by Suspected Drunk Driver

Sadly, another life was lost early this morning due to a suspected drunk driver car accident. Local news stations have reported that a young woman was intoxicated and speeding when she ran a red light, colliding with two vehicles at Boudreaux Road and Highway 249. A driver of one of the vehicles died at the [...]

Texas DOT hopes to prevent DWI accidents with college program

The Texas Department of Transportation is being more proactive about keeping people safe from drunk drivers with a program designed to show college students the costs of drunk driving. Texas officials are hoping that the program will deter DWI accidents if the students understand the criminal cost of a DWI. If this program keeps even [...]