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What You Need to Know About Scalding Burns

  A scald is a burn to the skin caused by moist heat such as hot water or steam. Scalding from hot water can easily result in a second-degree burn. …

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What Happens When There Are Multiple Defendants?

  If there are multiple defendants in a lawsuit in Texas, the outcome of a case is not as clear as with two-party lawsuits. Generally, a jury or a judge …

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Do You Know the Most Deadly Highways in Texas?

  Many people understand the fact that highways can be exceptionally deadly because of the speed at which cars travel, the large influx of cars in multi-lanes, and the sheer …

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What are Factors and Conditions in Texas Crash Reports

  In the official Texas Crash Report, there is a section called Factors & Conditions. There are three subsections for officers to fill out, a) contributing factors, b) vehicle defects …

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Texas Seat Belt Laws

    Texas laws regarding seat belt use are contained in Transportation Code Chapter 545. There are fines and penalties for failing to use seat belts and separate provisions dealing …

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IPad at Trial a Review of TrialPad

The old saying that “a picture is worth 1000 words” certainly applies at trial. For that reason, demonstrative evidence presented as well as effective use of trial exhibits and video …

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Demonstrative Evidence in a Personal Injury Trial

Demonstrative evidence is evidence that is evidence other than testimony in the trial of the case. Demonstrative evidence in a personal injury trial can be such things as a photograph …