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Blog Rasansky Law Firm August 16, 2017
New Texas Laws for 2017-2018
Jeff Rasansky August 17, 2017

The 85th Texas Legislature has finally concluded, and there are 1,252 new Texas laws on the books. While many of these new laws will affect only a few Texans, some of them will have a big impact on many. We wanted to give our readers a peek at some of these new laws, while explaining (in layman’s…

Texting and Driving Laws in Texas
Jeff Rasansky August 16, 2017

Starting September 1st, 2017, Texas will finally make texting and driving illegal statewide! Governor Greg Abbott announced on June 6th that he’s signed House Bill 62 into law. Under the new law, texting while driving within the state of Texas will be punishable by a fine of $25-99 for first-time offenders, and $100-200 for repeat…

Jeff Rasansky August 11, 2017

Power lines running over lakes and waterways can be extremely dangerous to boaters. Following the tragic accident on Saturday where three boy scouts were electrocuted after their sailboat came in contact with overhead power lines, many are asking how such an accident was allowed to occur in the first place. On Saturday, August 8th, 2017,…

Child Brain Injuries
Jeff Rasansky July 18, 2017

Has your child suffered a serious brain injury due to a car accident or the negligence of another? The Dallas brain injury attorneys at Rasansky Law Firm may be able to help your family recover compensation. Call us today at 1-877-405-4313 for a free consultation, and let us explain your options moving forward. The effects…

G-Forces in a Car Crash
Jeff Rasansky July 13, 2017

It’s not the speed that causes an injury; it’s the sudden stop. Remember that your body and organs are moving at the same speed that your car is moving. The g-forces involved in a motor-vehicle accident can easily cause catastrophic injuries, damage to the organs, or even death. Today’s cars come with an array of…

Car Accident Checklist
Justin King July 6, 2017

What should you do immediately following a car accident? This checklist will help automobile accident victims understand exactly what they need to do in order to protect their rights and ensure no mistakes are made that can end up costing you later. No matter how carefully you drive, accidents can happen anywhere and at any…

Jeff Rasansky June 21, 2017

Pain and suffering as it relates to a personal injury case. If you’re experiencing pain and suffering following a car accident or other type of injury, call our Dallas attorneys today at 1-877-405-4313 for a free and confidential consultation. “Pain and suffering” is simply a term used to describe the physical pain and emotional distress one has endured as…

Nursing Home Abuse Stats
Jeff Rasansky May 12, 2017

Facts & statistics regarding elder abuse in US nursing homes. While researchers may differ on some statistical findings, one thing on which they generally agree is that nursing home abuse has reached epidemic proportions and now requires collaborative intervention. Unlike child abuse and domestic violence, nursing home abuse is often overlooked, ignored, and under-reported. Some experts believe…

Eggshell Skull Rule
Jeff Rasansky May 4, 2017

Understanding the eggshell skull rule and how it applies to personal injury cases in Texas. The eggshell skull rule—also called the thin skull rule—says that you take your victim as you find them. Essentially, the frailty of the person who was injured cannot be used as a defense to limit the liability of the at-fault party. What this…

Obtaining Traffic Camera Video Footage
Jeff Rasansky April 26, 2017

Was your car accident caught on a highway traffic camera? In this day and age, cameras are everywhere. In fact, you’d probably be surprised by the number of video cameras that catch your commute on a daily basis. But how easy is it to obtain a copy of this footage? We’ve all noticed them: video cameras along highways,…

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