Law school is difficult, there is no denying that. I've been lucky enough to have received great advice during my time as a law student. This was my chance to pay it forward.
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Today marks one year since Powers & Associates opened. At first, I didn't really think one year was something to celebrate. After all, I have been working in the legal field for over ten years and today was just another day. But after thinking about it, it's definitely worth pausing and reflecting for a minute.
Most students can tell you that they get an extra day off for Lincoln’s birthday. Most adults can tell you that Lincoln was the 16th President of the United States, he’s on the $5 bill and he signed the Emancipation Proclamation. What most people may not know, however, is that in addition to his many accomplishments, Abraham Lincoln was also a lawyer.
Growing up we all learned the "look both ways" rule before crossing the street. But today, we need to be looking left, right and center (and sometimes behind us) before stepping off the sidewalk.
Cars that all work effortlessly together in an undetected network, seemingly communicating with each other about speed and location to avoid collisions. It may seem like a far-fetched idea, but it is really?
Every year the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) releases Motor Vehicle Crash Statistics. We're taking a look at the 2015 data.
Most states view pets as property – meaning they have the same legal protection as your furniture, television set or shoes. [WHAT?!?!?!] Here we talk about one state's move towards changing that view.
The basics of medical bills after an auto accident. How these bills get paid, when they get paid and what you need to do to make sure they are paid.
Who Should I Call After An Accident? For the final installment of our “Auto Accident Survival Guide” series we are talking about who to call after an accident. If you haven't read our previous three posts in this series, check them out here. As you know, these posts are not a substitute for spe...
This post covers the different types of insurance policies in Texas, what is covered, what is not, and which are required.
Who Will Pay For My Property Damage? One of the biggest concerns clients have, and rightfully so, is how their vehicle is going to get fixed after an accident. More specifically, people worry about who is going to pay for the repairs. The simple answer is, you or them.
The initial call with your attorney following a motor vehicle accident can come with an overload of information, especially if it's your first car accident. There are masses of information about insurance claims, medical treatment, injuries and property damage. It can all get a bit overwhelming if you are not properly prepared. Fear not, there are ways to get ready for that call so that you and your attorney get the most out of the initial conversation.
A brief guide and list of safety tips for avoiding car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents and boating accidents this Memorial Day Weekend. Brought to you by crashlawyers.com, the personal injury division of Powers & Associates. Contact us for a free consultation with an attorney.