Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) refers to the percent of alcohol (ethyl alcohol or ethanol) in a person’s blood stream. A BAC of .10% means that an individual’s blood supply contains one-part alcohol for every 1000 parts blood. Blood Alcohol Concentration, is a term generally used to determine a person’s intoxication level. In Texas if your […]
Have you been injured because of another person? If they were negligent in causing your injuries, they could be liable.
Is there a no refusal law in Texas? You do not have to provide a sample to a police officer without a warrant.
If you are not able to work, then you may be eligible for Social Security (SS) disability benefits or supplemental security income benefits. You may have heard these benefits called SSDI or SSI. SS disability benefits are available to people who can’t work for any reason – injuries, diseases, physical limitations, psychological issues – they […]
When are social host’s liable for accidents caused by their drunk guests.
There are many different types of Texas workers’ compensation benefits available to injured workers after filing a claim, but some are more important than others. For instance, most people don’t need to know that a severely injured person might be able to get a wheelchair ramp installed at home because they will need it for […]
A Temporary Restraining Order or TRO will prevent your spouse from doing certain things during a divorce proceeding.
The field sobriety test is used by police to establish intoxication.
As Texas workers’ compensation lawyers who handle cases all over the state, we see a lot of different work injuries. People sustain their workplace injury in many different ways. Sometimes it is their own fault. Very often, though, a workplace injury is the result of the employer’s negligence. One of the most common questions we […]
If you have been injured from an accident caused by a drunk driver, the bar that served the alcohol may also be liable.