A federal judge has thrown out a Texas refugee immigration lawsuit designed to keep refugees from the Syrian civil war from emigrating to the state. U.S. District Judge David Godbey ruled that the Texas refugee immigration lawsuit was not valid. He stated that the U.S. Constitution grants the power over immigration to the federal government, […]

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A recent report showed that a former NFL player owes his ex-wife more than $320,000 from their child support case. According to documents from the Texas Attorney General’s Office, former Texas Tech and Kansas City Chiefs player Thomas Howard owes his ex-wife Percilla nearly 30 years worth of back child support payments for the couple’s […]

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A Massachusetts jury awarded the parents of a child born with severe brain damage nearly $30 million in their medical malpractice lawsuit. Luis Gallego and Jeanette Gutierrez were awarded the verdict after presenting the case of their daughter, Jeniah. The medical malpractice lawsuit alleged that the attending physician, Dr. David Seubert, neglected his duty to […]

A recent study found that renters often pay higher auto insurance premiums than homeowners with similar driving records. The study, authored by the Consumer Federation of America, found that the average auto insurance premiums for renters were 7 percent higher than those for homeowners. The study also showed that some companies charge renters as much […]

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In an interview with the Texas Tribune web site, Texas Solicitor General Scott Keller revealed the reasons why the state is pursuing its immigration lawsuit against President Barack Obama all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. The interview also featured Texas First Assistant Attorney General Chip Roy, who will be also be participating in […]

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A recent study by researchers at Stanford University revealed that one-third of all U.S. medical malpractice claims arose from only one percent of all physicians. The study also found that only six percent of all U.S. physicians had paid medical malpractice claims against them from 2005 to 2014. Researchers discovered that physicians with a higher […]

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Most new car buyers look at several factors when purchasing a vehicle, from aesthetic concerns such as body design and paint color, to practical aspects such as fuel mileage and safety record. One factor they are often unaware of is the relationship between the car they choose and its impact on their auto insurance premiums. […]

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Thousands of victims of the recent Winter Storm Jonas either have filed or are considering filing homeowners insurance claims to cover the costs of repairing their damaged homes. However, a recent Forbes report shows that filing a homeowners insurance claim may ending costing policy holders more than they expected. While the proceeds for a claim […]

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