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Texans for Lawsuit Reform calls 86th legislative session one of the most successful ever

By David Yates | Jun 3, 2019

AUSTIN – With the 86th Texas Legislative Session now in the books, Texans for Lawsuit reform says its just completed one of its “busiest and most successful legislative sessions ever.”

Appeals court: Physical contact required to trigger uninsured coverage in vehicle crash

By Karen Kidd | May 29, 2019

HOUSTON (SE Texas Record) — A man injured in in a 2016 vehicular accident in Waller County after an unidentified vehicle that did not contact his own car but caused him to collide with another automobile is not entitled to uninsured motorist benefits, a state appeals court recently ruled.

Dismissed: Former HC treasurer’s $1M suit against water thrower, defendant had offered to pay for dry cleaning

By David Yates | May 22, 2019

HOUSTON – Before Orlando Sanchez’s suit was dismissed, he received a settlement offer from the man who poured water on him during a press conference – $200, “enough to cover (his) dry cleaning bill.”

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