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Hurricane Willa To Make Landfall Today, May Hit The Valley as a Tropical Depression

Hurricane Willa will make landfall off the coast of Southwest Mexico as a Catagory 3 hurricane with the cities of Mazatlán and popular vacation spot, Puerto Vallarta, in the path of

What Happens If I’m Injured At A Concert?

Thanks to internet streaming services such as Spotify, Apple Music, and YouTube that have exposed small-budding acts to millions of listeners, coupled with brand new venues popping up all over

How Long Does A Car Accident Settlement or a Personal Injury Settlement Take?

Of the thousands of car accident injury and personal injury claims that we have handled at Moore Law Firm through our 25 years of representing car accident injury and personal

Hurricane Michael Now a Category 4; Strongest Hurricane To Hit Area in 100 Years

In the course of 24 hours, Hurricane Michael has grown into a historically dangerous Category 4 hurricane that will bring a life-threatening storm surge and winds of over 155 miles per

Hurricane Michael Gaining Strength; To Make Landfall In US By Wednesday

Hurricane Michael is expected to make landfall in Florida by Wednesday and will be a “dangerous” category 3 hurricane when it does. Officials at the National Hurricane Center say that

Harlingen Family Out Thousands Over Grupo Mazz Contract; Here’s What They Can Do

Sandra Rodriguez and her family signed a contract with Grupo Mazz, a popular Tejano band, to perform for their daughter’s quinceañera December 29th, however, with the death of lead singer Jimmy

Moore Law Firm Partnering With Palm Valley/PAWS To Sponsor Pets In Need of Forever Homes

Great news for all of our Valley pet lovers! Moore Law Firm, through the Give Moore Program, has announced a partnership with the Palm Valley Animal Shelter and the Laurie

What Happens If I’m in a Car Accident Riding in an Uber or Lyft?

It’s undeniable that the popularity of ride-hailing and ride-sharing companies have increased dramatically over the last few years. Since 2016, ride sharing users in the United States has grown over 36% in

Tropical Development Could Turn Into Hurricane Joyce; RGV In Path

Meteorologists are keeping an eye on some tropical development in the Carribean Sea, currently named “Invest-95” that could potentially grow into a tropical depression, tropical storm, or this season’s next

Dr. Zamora Has Been Denied Bond For A Third Time

U.S. District Judge Ricardo H. Hinojosa denied Dr. Zamora-Quezada, who stands trial for a health care fraud scheme that involved misdiagnosing numerous patients, has denied Dr. Zamora to be released