September 23, 2019

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Texas Resists Changes to its Online Voter Registration System

A civil rights group has offered proposals for a new online voting system that, according to state Attorney General Ken Paxton, goes way beyond what is required. U.S. District Judge Orlando Garcia asked both plaintiffs and the defendant to draw up … [Read more...]

Environmental Regulations Delayed After Hurricane Harvey

Photo Credit: United States Department of Homeland Security, Public Domain After making landfall in late August, Hurricane Harvey brought with it record rainfall and disastrous wind speeds of 130 mph, making it the worst storm in Texas since 2014. … [Read more...]

Texas Statutes of Limitations for Civil Cases

If you or a loved one has suffered a physical injury or some other type of harm, including financial, emotional or psychological, due to someone else’s negligence, you may be awarded monetary compensation to help with medical bills and other costs … [Read more...]

Car Accident Injuries – Is My Back Injured

A car accident can be a horrifying experience even when you come out seemingly unscathed. Many people are affected emotionally and psychologically by the events. Others are affected physically. More than 90 people die in automobile accidents every … [Read more...]

Texas Workers’ Compensation Law

What is Workers’ Compensation? Workers’ compensation is a form of insurance that allows a worker to receive medical and income benefits if they are injured on the job. Workers’ compensation also allows employers to avoid being sued for a personal … [Read more...]

New Birth Certificate Ruling Impacts Same Sex Couples

On June 30th, a federal Judge ruled that both parents in a same sex marriage will have their names listed on their child's birth certificate. Originally, only a traditional mother-father couple would both have certain legal rights of a parent. … [Read more...]