Class Action Articles

Texas Takes a Stand: $345 Million Approved for Pedestrian and Bike Safety

In a milestone decision to enhance road safety, Texas recently passed a bill allocating $345 million for pedestrian and bike safety projects. This monumental move addresses the rising number of pedestrian and bicycle accidents throughout the state. In this blog post,...

Can You Sue Someone for Illegally Recording You? Insights from Walker Texas Lawyer

Recording an individual without obtaining their consent may infringe on their privacy rights and, in numerous instances, is considered unlawful. The possibility of suing someone for recording you without consent largely hinges on the specific laws and rules of your...

Who Can File A Wrongful Death Lawsuit

Filing a wrongful death lawsuit can be a complex process, and it is important to understand who has the right to file such a lawsuit. In most cases, the decedent’s designated survivors have the legal capacity to file a wrongful death lawsuit—but there are some...

Tylenol and Autism: What You Need to Know

Tylenol and Autism If you've been following the news lately, you may have seen reports of lawsuits being filed against the makers of Tylenol and other acetaminophen-containing products. The basis for these lawsuits is new scientific research suggesting the use of...