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A Hitchcock couple is suing an insurance company, seeking uninsured benefits they allege they're owed following a vehicle collision.
In a new opinion about the legality of stickers on police vehicles that read “In God We Trust”, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton reassured worried state legislators that the stickers are legal, should not be removed, and that the sticker policy will easily survive any court challenge to force their removal.
A Texas state lawmaker faces up to a year in jail after being convicted of five counts of misdemeanor barratry for the illegal solicitation of law clients. State Representative Ron Reynolds, a Missouri City Democrat, was prosecuted in Montgomery County along with eight other Houston-area attorneys on barratry charges, also referred to as “ambulance chasing”.
Two League City residents are suing two insurance companies and an agent, alleging they did not procure automobile insurance as directed.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey have called on U.S.
The Obama Administration petitioned the U.S.
A Texas City law firm is suing a Dickinson woman for failure to pay $11,124.83 debt. The Law Offices of Diana G.
A Galveston County man alleges he was the victim of an aggravated assault at a local establishment last year and has pursued legal action, according to Galveston County District Court records. William Ray Wimmer filed a $5 million lawsuit against Mark Anthony Martino on Nov. 16 in the Galveston County 405th District Court, accusing the defendant of shooting at him about five times at Tiki Bar and Grille on Aug. 11, 2014.
For the fourth year in a row, the numbers of vehicle crashes in Texas involving both injuries and fatalities have risen, according to the Insurance Council of Texas, the largest state insurance trade association in the country. The group says both numbers began rising dramatically in 2012, when Texas highway speed limits were raised.
A Montgomery County worker is suing a Houston oilfield drilling services company, alleging unpaid overtime.