Is Texas a No-Fault State?

No, Texas is not a no-fault state for car insurance claims. Texas is a “tort” or “at-fault” state, which means the person who caused the accident is liable for damages such as medical bills, car repair costs, pain and suffering, and other losses. Because of this, accident victims in Texas also have the option to file… Continue reading Is Texas a No-Fault State?

Episode 38 – Jane Leger Interview

Jane Leger discusses her journey to becoming a trial attorney. Jane Leger: Hosts: Peter Taaffe: Kyle Herbert: Bill Ogden:

Episode 37 – Caitlin Barbee Thorpe Interview

Family Attorney, Caitlin Thorpe, tells her story and answers questions about what to do and not to do when going through a divorce. 00:00-Intro 03:30-LSU 06:00-Why Family Law 08:30-Splitting Assets 17:00-Child Support 32:00-Dads Disadvantaged in Texas 34:00-Helping Clients be Better Parents 37:00-Counseling 45:00-Hiding Assets 45:50-Prenups 50:00-Bad Family Lawyers Who Sew Conflict 53:00-Advice to Parents 1:02-Q&A

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