The Word You Never Want to Hear
A Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law is a written document from the trial court which can help make or break a case on appeal. Read this latest entry from The Bassett Firm to learn why it is important to request findings of facts and conclusions of law from the trial court and how to do so.
The Fifth Circuit ruled that an employee should be allowed to sue his employer for a work-related injury, even though he was aware that a spilled substance could cause him to fall.
Does an insurance carrier comply with the Tex. Prop. Code Ann. §§ 55.001-007 when it issues a check in settlement of a personal injury claim to the claimant and the hospital jointly? A recent case out of Corpus Christi answers this question.
Can a party preserve specific objections to discovery by filing a Protective Order? One recent case out of Tyler, Texas, answers that question.