Can Trucks Drive in the Left Lane in Texas?

Every Texas driver has felt the frustration of being stuck behind a semi-truck driving in the left lane. In many places, posted signs clearly state that the left lane is reserved for faster-moving passenger cars only. However, not every stretch of highway has signs that […]

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Types of Commercial Driver’s Licenses in Texas

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) makes it clear that operating a commercial motor vehicle requires someone to have special training and skills. A commercial driver’s license allows a person to operate large commercial vehicles on public roadways. Commercial motor vehicles haul goods and […]

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How Does the Texas Good Samaritan Law Protect You?

The Texas Good Samaritan Law protects people from civil liability for injuries when their intention was to help someone in need of medical care – even if they didn’t have the knowledge or experience to do so.

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How Can Pre-existing Conditions Affect a San Antonio Personal Injury Claim?

If you’ve been injured through someone else’s negligence and you have pre-existing conditions, it’s important to understand how your history may impact your case.

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What Can I Do if I’m Injured on a Zipline in San Antonio?

Ziplines are among recent attractions that have gained widespread popularity, for adventure-seekers and families seeking diversion alike. Commercial zipline operators offer services to customers of all ages and levels of experience, which opens the business up to families with children, teens, and groups of young […]

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Do San Antonio Lawyers Take Cases They Can’t Win?

When you first contact a San Antonio attorney about your case, you do so to make sure he or she is good and determine whether you can trust them to handle your case competently. The initial case evaluation also gives you a chance to make […]

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What Is Prima Facie Negligence and How Do You Prove It?

Understanding the law comes with many challenges, not least among them the prevalence of Latin terms and what many people call “legalese.” Often, people get into a lot of trouble simply because they don’t understand a contract or other legal document. This is why you […]

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