A line of severe thunderstorms pushed through Central Texas Friday, March 28, 2014. The storm system produced high winds, heavy rain and hail storm damage. In some areas, the hailstones measured up to three inches in diameter. Several homeowners in the Dawson Ranch Subdivision in Belton, Texas, had suffered from shattered windows due to hail […]

Many of our clients have received recordings from unknown numbers letting them know that they have won a prize or are eligible to receive a free home security system. We are making progress tracking down some of these bogus companies in order to bring them to justice and stop them from making these types of […]

Last Saturday, approximately 700 yards from the Texas City Dike, a barge and a ship collided causing 168,000 gallons of “bunker oil” to spill into Galveston Bay. Unlike regular crude oil, “bunker oil” is sticky, like molasses, and is heavier, which can cause the oil to sink, remaining in the bay anywhere from several months […]

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Tenants in the West Texas city of San Angelo are encountering a new problem as the economy climbs its way out of recession: a rise in evictions. Tenant disputes with landlords over rising rents, higher late fees and increased demand for housing have prompted the local constable’s office to hold a seminar discussing the rights […]

On Wednesday, Congressional democrats filed what’s known as a “discharge petition” to force the House of Representatives to schedule a vote on H.R. 15, the comprehensive immigration reform bill that has been sitting in the House since early October. While there has been a lot of talk back and forth about what exactly immigration reform […]

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On March 22, 2014, a collision between a barge and a tanker ship spilled 168,000 gallons, or 4,000 barrels, of marine fuel oil into Galveston Bay. The Galveston oil spill resulted in a temporary closure of the Houston Ship Channel, one of the busiest routes for commercial shipping the country. Residents of Galveston Island were […]

On March 24, 2014, a BP oil spill at the company’s Whiting Refinery spread crude oil over more than 5,000 square feet of Lake Michigan. The facility, located near the Chicago city limits, began discharging crude oil late Monday afternoon. The discharge was reportedly stopped at about 9 p.m. local time and has been contained. […]

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Many people become targets of harassment from debt collectors through no fault of their own. They may have lost a job and been without a source of income to pay bills on time. They may have missed the deadline for a bill or had income tied up in other expenses. Regardless of the cause, many […]

The attorney general for the state of Hawaii has filed a lawsuit against pharmaceutical manufacturers Bristol-Myers Squibb and Sanofi-Aventis, the makers of the blood-thinning drug Plavix. Attorney General David Louie claims that a large portion of the state’s residents have shown difficulties in processing the drug through their systems. The Plavix lawsuit alleges that the […]

Tylenol and Lipitor have been branded as two of the safest drugs approved by the FDA. However, there have been some recent studies proving these two multi-million dollar medications have caused severe bodily injury to some unsuspecting users. Tylenol is the most popular drug of choice whose main ingredient is acetaminophen. According to the FDA, […]

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