BEAUMONT – Two Southeast Texas men represented by Beaumont’s Ferguson Law Firm have been awarded more than $27 million as a result of injuries they each sustained as a result of a crash with an UPS 18-wheeler.
NEW BRAUNFELS - The Texas Health and Human Services Commission was sued in Western District federal court on July 5 for allegedly violating the freedom of speech and right of association of a 75-year-old New Braunfels woman who is a Ward of the state.
HOUSTON - Ashton Youboty, a defensive back who played for the Bills and Jaguars, is seeking Line of Duty benefits under the NFL Player Disability & Neurocognitive Benefit Plan, alleging that the Disability Board abused its discretion in denying his claim.
HOUSTON – By remaining silent, Randy Sorrels, the new president of the State Bar of Texas, declined to continue an opinion request made by his predecessor, which tasked the attorney general to answer whether the collection of mandatory dues is constitutional.
AUSTIN – In a June 24 letter he co-authored with California from a bipartisan group of 27 states and territories, Attorney General Ken Paxton asked a U.S. District Court judge presiding over all the federal cases involving opioid lawsuits to delay a ruling that could potentially result in class-action abuse and confusion regarding a proposed novel settlement structure.
BEAUMONT – Ferguson Law Firm managing partner Paul ‘Chip’ Ferguson has obtained a $1.875 million settlement on behalf of an 18-year old Kentucky woman who suffered a closed head injury in a June 23, 2013 crash with an 18-wheeler outside of Louisville.