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

Texas Leads Nation in Workplace Fatalities

Everything is bigger in Texas. Sometimes, that’s not always a good thing. In between all the talk about job growth and increasing employment opportunities throughout the state is a growing concern for

Why Texting and Driving Is More Dangerous Than You Think

It’s 2015 and more people have access to smart phones than ever before. By the end of this year, statistics show that cell phone usage worldwide will push passed the