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July 20, 2020 in

Can A Truck Driver Text While Driving?

Can A Truck Driver Text While Driving? States across the nation are banning texting and driving altogether. Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has banned drivers of commercial motor vehicles from texting. Texting means manually entering text into, and/or reading text from an electronic device. There are harsh fines and penalties for those commercial motor vehicle drivers caught texting and driving. Texting and driving is dangerous...
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July 13, 2020 in

Is looting/criminal rioting covered by insurance?

Is Looting/Criminal Rioting Covered by Insurance? As recent events of civil unrest, rioting, and looting occur, business owners across the nation are concerned about their company and their property. After being closed for several months or operating at limited capacity due to COVID-19 regulations, business owners are already feeling some strain. Now they are watching the news and asking themselves – will my property be...
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June 29, 2020 in

What Is a Responsible Third Party and How Can It Affect My Claim?

What Is a Responsible Third Party and How Can It Affect My Claim? A “responsible third party” is defined as “any person who is alleged to have caused or contributed to causing in any way the harm for which recovery of damages is sought, whether by negligent act or omission, by any defective or unreasonably dangerous product, by other conduct or activity that violates any...
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June 22, 2020 in

Social Host Liability

Social Host Liability Does Texas hold hosts responsible for intoxicated guests that cause harm to others? Who is responsible for a guest who has too much to drink? What can you do to mitigate your risk as a host? What if an intoxicated minor leaves your property? (more…)
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June 15, 2020 in

How Do Portable Generators Cause Death?

How Do Portable Generators Cause Death? In 2006, the Consumer Product Safety Commission studied the rash of carbon monoxide poisonings that occurred from 1999 until 2006.  CPSC has continued its study through the end of 2013.  The U.S. Government learned that from 1999-2012, 739 people died from generator-produced carbon monoxide poisoning – this figure represents 79% of all CO fatalities during that time period.  The...
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