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Live Or Travel In Texas? What Should You Know About Changes To Personal Injury Law?

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If you live, work, or frequently travel in Texas, you may at some point find yourself on the receiving end of a personal injury lawsuit. Although driving defensively can help you avoid most accidents, some may be inevitable – whether rear-ending a vehicle that suddenly brakes in front of you or losing control of your vehicle after it briefly leaves the roadway. With rising healthcare expenses, the emergency care and physical therapy that could potentially result from even a fender bender or other minor car accident can exceed your insurance limits, subjecting you to liability for damages not covered by your auto insurance policy.…

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Children & Fast Food Restaurants: Possible Personal Injuries That Can Occur

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Fast food restaurants often offer a family-friendly environment, with a wide variety of meals catered just to children. Even though a majority of the time these meals are safe and fun to eat, sometimes an injury can occur. If your child is injured at a fast food restaurant, it’s important to step back, look at the facts, and see if there is a potential case. Once your child has received the proper health care, you can move forward with personal injury attorneys.…

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Is It Really Champagne? The Laws That Govern Sparkling Wine Labels

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Are you about to start producing sparkling wine and wondering how you should identify your product? Should you stick with the term “sparkling wine”, or can you spruce up your labels with some fancier terminology? The fact of the matter is that this decision isn’t yours to make because the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) have strict rules governing what words you can place on your bottles. Read on to learn about the laws that limit how you can identify your sparkling wine.…

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