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When You Can Turn to Legal Resolutions for Your Medical Expenses

Medical expenses can be overwhelmingly expensive, and seem all the more so when you were injured or sick due to another individual’s negligence. Some of the direst financial circumstances, including bankruptcy, result from medical expenses. Fortunately, there are many legal solutions in such circumstances, provided you can prove your case in court. Legal experts from […]

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Drug Makers Paid to Attend Meetings of FDA Advisory Panel

The Washington Post reported that major pharmaceutical companies funded a “scientific panel that shaped the federal government’s policy for testing the safety and effectiveness of painkillers.” The drug makers “paid hundreds of thousands of dollars for the chance to affect the thinking of the Food and Drug Administration, according to hundreds of e-mails obtained by a public […]

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Texas Supporters of Texting Ban Say Statistics Underestimate Dangers of Distracted Driving

I have written many times about the hazards of distracted driving. Texas has tried to pass state-wide bans, but has never gotten past Governor Perry. The Dallas Morning News recently ran an article that asserts that cell phone use or texting while driving may be more common than we’ve been led to believe. Here are […]

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Safety Tips When Using Hand Tools

There is nowhere I won’t search to find information for you. These safety tips for working with hand tools are from St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Secondary School in Lindsay, Ontario, Canada. What are some basic tips when using hand tools? Select the right tool for the job. Substitutes increase the chance of having an accident. Use […]

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Confidentiality Agreements in Suit Over Texas Explosion Raise Safety Concerns

The Dallas Morning News reports that a lawsuit over the 2013 explosion of a fertilizer plant in West, TX contains “secrets” that “could keep valuable health and safety information hidden from the public forever.” The News notes that a judge “has approved confidentiality agreements requested by attorneys” that could mean that “even people who live in West […]

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Five Differences between a Brain Injury Lawsuit and Other Injury Lawsuits

Brain injuries can occur in sports injuries, falls, auto collisions and work accidents. Lawsuits involving brain injuries are more complex than other cases because the injury is much more complicated. Consequences can be both subtle and far-reaching. Attorneys who specialize in brain injury cases understand the factors that can influence the outcome of a case. […]

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Friday Fun

I have written before about a cool underground auto parking garage. Now here’s the same idea from Japan, but this time it’s automated parking for bicycles.

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Trampolines Are Too Dangerous, Say Pediatricians

I’ve always liked trampolines. I had a lot of fun with them when I was a teenager. I even took a college PE class that was just trampoline-jumping. What a strange class, right? The teacher was a former Baylor cheerleader (male, darn it). When we weren’t doing flips and things, we all stood around the […]

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After the Fact: How to Respond when Someone Sues You Long After Your Involvement in a Car Accident

Photo credit: bills.com. It’s every driver’s worst nightmare: months or even years after a car accident, you receive a letter in the mail informing you that you are being sued for damages or injuries. Don’t panic; as the defendant, the legal system will generally work in your favor. The first step to handling this situation […]

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Women Seek Support From Texas in Battle Over Pelvic Mesh Implants

The Texas Tribune, in partnership with Kaiser Health News, covers the controversy surrounding use of pelvic mesh implants by women, noting that in Texas, “a coalition of ‘pelvic mesh survivors’ has asked Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott, who is also the state’s Republican nominee for governor, to pursue legal action against Johnson & Johnson, one of […]

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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...)

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