If you need a reason to go easy on the alcohol at your company's holiday party this year, consider the tragic circumstances in the below story. It also paints a picture of how the burden of negligence can be shared by multiple defendants when an innocent person dies or gets injured due to a drunken driver.
A lot can happen in 18 years. Children are born and reach their maturity in that time span. Courtships begin, turn into marriages that subsequently wind up in divorce court. If you are a Texas resident, however, that specific time frame has a much more grislier context.
Houston workers should take heart in the realization that overall, workplace deaths are steadily decreasing. Just 40 years ago, there were 14,000 American workers killed at work. As of January 2017, that number had declined to approximately 5,000.
After an accident claims your loved one's life, you may be so paralyzed by grief that you don't realize that you have avenues to potential justice for your loss. When the event that killed your spouse or other family member was the result of someone's negligence or other wrongdoing, there may be a criminal prosecution.
An almost unfathomable incident recently occurred in Dallas. A young man was lawfully occupying his apartment on the fourth floor of his apartment complex when an off-duty Dallas policewoman shot and killed him.
In most cases, riding a Greyhound bus to your destination is a relatively stress-free way to travel. Not having to concentrate on driving, you can nap, or using the bus WiFi, surf the web on your phone or tablet.
While the kids may already be back in school, the heat of the Houston summer continues unabated. That means that adults and children alike are still seeking relief from the high temps and humidity by taking cool dips in pools and relaxing in spas.
Two teens are dead, and their friend is jailed, following a recent horrific high-speed collision that split the car in two in Atascocita. Both victims were students at Atascocita High School.
If you have a loved one or family member living in a Houston nursing home or other type of long-term care facility, you may worry that he or she could fall victim to abuse.