Call Us - We're Easy to Talk To (214) 999-9999

Stalled Suits Against Drugmakers Proceeding After Supreme Court Preemption Decision

Bloomberg News reports, “Just two months after the U.S. Supreme Court decided patients can sue drugmakers over injuries from medicines approved by the government, long-stalled lawsuits against GlaxoSmithKline Plc and Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. are again moving toward trials.” On March 4, the Supreme Court ruled that “federal regulatory approval of a medicine and information about […]

Continue Reading

Featured Link –

Are you considering downsizing your home because of this recession? Many people are doing just that. My wife and I did a few years ago after our daughters got married and moved out. Downsizing can be taken to an extreme though, and a perfect example is found at Take a look at the video […]

Continue Reading

Chamber of Commerce to Unveil Videos on Lawsuit Abuse

In the Law blog on the Wall Street Journal website Ashby Jones wrote, “Next month, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce will unveil four short clips to run before feature films in Washington, D.C.-area movie houses.” All of the clips will attempt to illustrate “supposed ‘Lawsuit Abuse.’” Lisa Rickard, the president of the Chamber’s Institute for […]

Continue Reading

ABA GP|Solo Meeting Cancelled Due to Swine Flu in Mexico

In a disappointment to many people, members of the American Bar Association GP|Solo section received this e-mail today: April 28, 2009 To GP Members: Subject: ABA GP|Solo Spring Meeting is cancelled Dear ABA GP|Solo Member: Per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website at, the human swine flu outbreak continues to grow […]

Continue Reading

Columnist Criticizes Chamber of Commerce Ad Campaign Against Arbitration Act

In a column in Bloomberg News Susan Antill writes that the Chamber of Commerce’s “‘Faces of Lawsuit Abuse’ ad campaign is but a piece of a larger publicity war that’s heating up as legislators begin considering the merits of the Arbitration Fairness Act of 2009, introduced Feb. 12 by Georgia Congressman Henry Johnson.” The legislation […]

Continue Reading

Associates Keep Quiet As Economic Downturn Increases Layoffs

The National Law Journal reported, “With law firms unloading scores of attorneys amid the economic downturn, associates are finding that the balance of power has shifted away from them and into the hands of law firm managers.” Now, “with few ships for associates to jump to these days, young attorneys are increasingly reluctant to raise […]

Continue Reading

House and Senate to Consider Credit Card Bill, Cramdown Legislation

The Hill reports, “House and Senate lawmakers are heading toward votes by the end of this week on legislation that would clamp down on two major segments of the financial industry that have long fought additional regulations.” The Hill says, “In the Senate, Democrats are headed toward a vote on Thursday at the earliest on […]

Continue Reading

Transportation Secretary Pushes Carmakers to Crash-Test Child Safety Seats

The Chicago Tribune reported, “U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood on Friday said he planned to urge carmakers to crash-test child safety seats in their vehicles and recommend which child restraints are the safest in each auto, responding to a Chicago Tribune investigation.” The proposed “new system would be a victory for parents who struggle to […]

Continue Reading

Latest Recession Victims: Laid-Off Lawyers

The Washington Times reports, “The number of unemployed lawyers surged from a nationwide average of 20,000 last year to 31,000 in the first quarter, the highest in at least 15 years, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics” and “three thousand lawyers lost their jobs in the first three months of the year.” Jackie Finn […]

Continue Reading

Washington Times Urges Senate To Reject Hurley Nomination For NHTSA

The Washington Times editorializes, “President Obama’s pick to head the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration raises a few red flags. If confirmed by the Senate, Chuck Hurley, CEO of Mothers Against Drunk Driving, will drive motorists over the cliff with regulation.” The Times says, “Mr. Hurley has a history of pushing laws that harass millions […]

Continue Reading
Load More Posts

Bob Kraft

I am a Dallas, Texas lawyer who has had the privilege of helping thousands of clients since 1971 in the areas of Personal Injury law and Social Security Disability.

About This Blog

The title of this blog reflects my attitude toward those government agencies and insurance companies that routinely mistreat injured or disabled people. As a Dallas, Texas lawyer, I've spent more than 45 years trying to help those poor folk, and I have been frustrated daily by the actions of the people on the other side of their claims. (Sorry if I offended you...)

If you find this type of information interesting or helpful, please visit my law firm's main website at You will find many more articles and links. Thank you for your time.

Find us on your preferred network