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TxDOT Urges Drivers to ‘END THE STREAK’ of Daily Fatalities

Every single day since November 7th, 2000, at least one person has died on Texas roadways. That’s a total of 5,478 consecutive days of at least one fatality. It’s a

How To Keep From Paying Outrageous Hospital Bills (ABC Action News)

Almost every day, you read a new story of how hard working Americans are paying outrageous hospital bills. ABC Action News reports out of Tampa, Florida of patients coming forward with their

WATCH: Moore Law Firm Hospital Lien Commercial

Make sure to catch our hospital lien commercial airing on CBS-KGBT and KNVO! Attention car crash victims! Have you or a loved one been injured in a car crash and

Expect Moore: J. Michael Moore On Hospital Liens, Hail Litigation

  14.10.2015   admin   Moore Law Firm   No comments

The following is a feature of J. Michael Moore in the August 2015 issue of the RGV Law Book: James Michael Moore, principal attorney and owner of the Moore Law

What To Do Before And After A Severe Storm

Severe thunderstorms with high wind and damaging hail are some of the most common and costly weather hazards we face. In fact, research from the Insurance Institute for Business and

Mission, Texas Pummeled With Another Hail Storm

Mission, Texas just can’t seem to catch a break. For the 2nd time this year, Mission, just west of McAllen, Texas, was hit with another hail storm. Local authorities reported

Texas School Zone Laws – Keeping Students Safe

The back-to-school season is upon us! During these final weeks of summer vacation, kids and teens are enjoying their last carefree romps through the neighborhood or desperately trying to level-up

Texas: #1 in Hailstorm Damage

Like snow and sleet, hail is categorized as a form of frozen precipitation. Lumps or balls of irregular shaped ice called “hailstones” are formed within strong to severe thunderstorms. According

Hospital Liens & Texas Law: Fighting Unreasonable Medical Bills

Imagine This Scenario: You just left work after a hard day, anxious to return home to your loved ones. You use the same familiar route as always, carefully maneuvering through

Drunk Driving on St. Patrick’s Day? Don’t Push Your Luck

The first sign of Spring, for most of us who live in South Texas anyway, doesn’t come from the warming of the air or the smell of crisp, fresh rain