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  • Wal-Mart to Nix Request for Injured Toddler

    Miriam Rozen, Texas Lawyer March 30, 2015 Two days after Wal-Mart Stores filed a motion asking a federal court to order an injured toddler be present at jury selection in a gross negligience case, the retail giant plans to withdraw the request, according to a company spokesman. The boy's parents claim that Cayden Hinson suffered a partially paralyzing spinal cord injury because of Wal-Mart's gross negligence. In the motion that it now intends to withdraw, Wal-Mart asked a federal court in Marsha...  Read More...

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  • Personal Injury and the Statute of Limitations in Texas

    After you’ve been in an accident or suffered a personal injury, time can seem to stand still. People are so focused on dealing with their injuries, making sure their vehicles are repaired, and dealing with the paperwork from the insurance company that they often don’t get around to filing a lawsuit until it’s too late.

  • 5 Critical Steps after You've Been in a Car Accident

    Regardless of the severity of the crash, if you've just been in a car accident, you are probably feeling overwhelmed, disoriented, and a bit out of control. After doing your best to stay calm, assess your own physical state and call 911. Next, check on the condition of those around you and in the other vehicle(s) involved if it is safe to do so.

  • Avoid a Crash: Texas Winter Weather Driving Tips

    It’s hard to imagine treacherous driving conditions in Texas with the climate typically ranging in the high 50s and low 60s during the winter months. But Texas does get hazardous winter weather from time to time. For example, heavy snowstorms commonly span the panhandle, according to the National Weather Forecast Office.

  • The 5 Most Dangerous Holidays for Driving

    We’ve discussed ways to stay safe while you’re traveling during the holidays, but which holidays are the most dangerous to drive on? Below, we’ve used detailed, up-to-date 2015 statistics from the National Safety Council to outline the five most dangerous holidays for car accidents – you might be surprised at the celebrations that make this list. #5 New Year’s While the number of traffic fatalities on the New Year’s holiday varies from year to year depending on what day of the week it falls on, ...

  • Holiday Traffic in Dallas: How to Stay Safe and Avoid a Car Accident

    This holiday season, whether you’re searching for the perfect present at NorthPark Center or just trying to get together with family and friends, you’ll want to do your best to avoid Dallas’ notorious traffic and avoid getting in a collision. Where is the Worst Dallas Traffic? According to the U.S.

  • Stay Safe and Stay Warm: Holiday Travel Tips

    Did you travel for the Thanksgiving holiday this year? Chances are, many of you did. According to AAA Travel, 46.9 million Americans made a 50 mile (or more) journey to visit family and friends during the recent holiday.

  • Holiday Travel: Are Planes, Trains, or Cars the Safest Way to Travel?

    When people think of taking a trip during the holidays, many of them imagine suffering through crowded lines to check their bags or go through security, missing flights because of long delays, or even getting stranded at the airport. But with the rising price of airfare (and the lower price of gasoline), the simple truth is that the overwhelming majority of long-distance holiday travel takes place in people’s personal vehicles—like cars, trucks, and even motorcycles. According to the United Stat...

  • Chrysler Faces Suit Over Dodge Durango Fuel Tank Defect

    Law360, New York (April 09, 2014, 5:16 PM ET) -- Chrysler Group LLC was hit with a suit Wednesday in Texas federal court alleging its Dodge Durango line of SUVs do not have skid plates or other methods to protect the fuel tank from undercarriage strikes, which can cause injury to drivers. Lead plaintiff Erin Edney alleges that as a result of purchasing a Chrysler 2011 Dodge Durango with a defective fuel tank design, she suffered severe burns when a piece of road debris penetrated her fuel tank a...

  • Tyler Attorney Jeffrey T. Embry Honored by Texas Bar Foundation

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Hossley & Embry is a personal injury law firm located in Tyler and Dallas, Texas. Our firm handles a wide variety of personal injury and other litigation. The attorneys at Hossley & Embry represent persons injured by negligent drivers in car wrecks, those hurt by dangerous products, victims of asbestos exposure, and others harmed by the dangerous and negligent conduct of others. Hossley & Embry also represents small business owners who are economically damaged by others. The firm has been recognized in national news media, professional publications, and by fellow attorneys for excellent representation and results.

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When the unexpected happens and you are faced with a serious injury, the experienced attorneys at Hossley & Embry are here to work for you. We are here to hold negligent parties accountable, obtain justice and fight for the compensation you deserve. Whether you are the victim of a careless driver, a dangerous workplace, or the negligence of another, we are ready to promptly investigate and prosecute any claims you may have.

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