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Uber Driver Crashes While Chasing Drunk Driver

By Henrietta Ezeoke Law Firm |

Police aren’t sure who was responsible for a wild collision on the North Freeway. They are sure that a 3-year-old girl was critically injured. According to HPD, a white F-350 pickup truck, whose driver was possibly intoxicated,  and a white minivan, which was operating as an Uber at the time, got into a crash… Read More »

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A How-To Guide for Compensation in a Bicycle Accident Claim

By Henrietta Ezeoke Law Firm |

In most cases, legal theories in bicycle accident claims center on the concept of negligence, which is basically a lack of care. Negligence, in turn, rests on two basic principles. One is the Golden Rule (do unto others as you would have them do unto you) which school children once memorized. The other is… Read More »

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What Happens If I Fall At a Grocery Store?

By Henrietta Ezeoke Law Firm |

Among both customers and workers, slip-and-fall incidents are the leading cause of serious injuries at grocery stores. These serious injuries include broken bones and head injuries. Broken bones usually never entirely heal, especially if the victim is an older adult with a pre-existing condition. Instead, the injury permanently limits mobility. Head injuries are not… Read More »

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What Counts As Provoking a Dog?

By Henrietta Ezeoke Law Firm |

Provocation, which is usually a partial defense in Texas dog bite cases, is very narrowly defined. Basically, and in sharp contrast to the everyday definition, legal provocation in this context is an intentional and physical act. Teasing, even aggressive or reckless teasing, doesn’t count as provoking a dog. Instead, in most cases, torturing an… Read More »

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Establishing the Science and Effects of PTSD in Court

By Henrietta Ezeoke Law Firm |

William Shakespeare was one of the first writers to examine Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in detail. In Henry IV Part One, Lady Percy asked her war veteran husband “O my good lord, why are you thus alone? For what offense have I this fortnight been a banished woman from my Harry’s bed? Tell me,… Read More »

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Fireball Collision in North Houston Kills One Person

By Henrietta Ezeoke Law Firm |

Few details were available after a three-vehicle collision killed one person and injured several other people. The crash happened in the 22400 block of Aldine Westfield Road near Hirschfield Road, close to the Mercer Botanic Gardens. Aldine Westfield Road was shut down in the area, but it was soon reopened in both directions. It’s… Read More »

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Overcoming Legal Obstacles in Wrongful Death Claims

By Henrietta Ezeoke Law Firm |

On average, the economic losses in a wrongful death claim (administrative expenses, property damage, wage and productivity losses, medical expenses, and employers’ uninsured costs) add up to almost $2 million. When survivors receive compensation for these expenses, the money doesn’t fill the emotional void, but at least the money eases financial stress, which is… Read More »

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What Causes Bicycle Accidents?

By Henrietta Ezeoke Law Firm |

Unsafe design is a contributing cause to many bicycle accidents. Safety technology has advanced by leaps and bounds since the bicycle’s invention in 1817, but none of these innovations are in modern bicycles. All that being said, driver error, usually operator impairment or aggressive driving, substantially causes most bicycle accidents. More on that below…. Read More »

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Red Light, Green Light, Yellow Light

By Henrietta Ezeoke Law Firm |

In a pedestrian accident, the color of the light doesn’t change the fact that a vehicle hit a pedestrian and caused injury. However, the light’s color often affects the extent of injury, because it often affects the tortfeasor’s (negligent driver’s) speed. At impact speeds below 30mph, the pedestrian death rate is below 10 percent…. Read More »

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Crazy Police Chase Ends in Fatal Collision

By Henrietta Ezeoke Law Firm |

A teenage girl is dead after a 16-year-old boy driving a stolen car drove on the wrong side of the freeway to evade police. Houston police officers saw a silver Kia Rio that had been reported stolen. Officers attempted to stop the car, but the driver did not comply, sparking the pursuit. The driver… Read More »

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