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Burns are a common and serious workplace injury

Workplace accidents are unfortunately common across the United States. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), in 2019, more than 5,000 workers were killed in incidents while on the job. Many of those fatalities happened right here in...

When can police legally stop and search people?

There are many different laws that people in Texas need to follow. Most of the time people follow these laws as well. However, there are many instances that people break the law. Sometimes they are caught and sometimes they are not. It is the burden of the police and...

Three common causes of truck driver fatigue

Truck drivers in Beaumont often spend long hours on the road in order to make deliveries as quickly as possible. However, the time spent on the road can lead to truck driver fatigue and subsequent drowsy driving accidents. Truck accidents can be especially...

Texas man facing several felony drug charges

A man residing in another part of Texas is facing multiple felony charges after police allegedly tied him to a major drug operation. Police said that they discovered almost 250 pounds of marijuana at the man’s residence, as well as other unlawful products that contain...

Crafting a criminal defense strategy

Each year thousands of Texas residents are charged with a crime. From misdemeanors to felonies, DWI, drug offenses, weapons crimes – there is no shortage of laws for law enforcement officials and prosecutors to use to allege crimes have occurred. As a result, when...

Proving fault in a car crash can be tricky

After a car accident caused by someone else’s negligence, an injured Texas resident may know who is at fault but proving that in a court of law can become complicated. If fault is not demonstrated, then courts cannot hold the negligent party responsible for their...

Drug charges and pre-trial diversion programs

Drug charges can be scary, especially if you’ve never faced them before. Prosecutors might threaten you with jail time or even prison, and the damage to your reputation can affect your ability to find a job, secure housing, and obtain an education. That’s a lot on the...