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Kent Livesay Charged with Insurance Fraud Still Faces Barratry Proceedings

Kent Livesay Charged with Insurance Fraud Still Faces Barratry Proceedings

Dallas Attorney Tom Carse Represents Gabriela Paez in ongoing barratry lawsuit against Kent Livesay. Gabriela Paez was involved in a car wreck. Days later, an individual claiming to be a representative of the Livesay Law Firm made an unannounced visit to Paez’s residence. After contacting the firm, […]

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Doctors, Lawyers Breaking the Law

Doctors, Lawyers Breaking the Law

A troubling story of how a group of 78 chiropractors, lawyers and others operated an alleged “personal injury mill” to funnel victims to clinics and file lawsuits against insurance companies. This is the kind of unlawful barratry we are fighting against on behalf of our clients.

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Consumer Beware

Consumer Beware

CBS Local’s consumer justice reporter did a feature on Saulsberry v Hollywood Nails. Hollywood Nails scalded our client’s feet during a pedicure. He will require 6 months of home health wound care. Link

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Crash victim sues Richardson bar for $1M, saying it should have cut off his 8-hour drinking binge

Crash victim sues Richardson bar for $1M, saying it should have cut off his 8-hour drinking binge

A Dallas-area man is suing a Richardson bar after he was served alcohol for over eight hours and then drove home drunk, crashing into a dividing wall on North Central Expressway. Gordon Savage is suing W.W. Fairfield’s for negligence. He’s seeking $1 million in damages. According to […]

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Barratry

Barratry

On December 19, 2014, a Grand Jury in Tarrant County issued two indictments for misuse of government records in a Barratry case related to a lawsuit filed by Dallas attorney, Tom Carse. The lawsuit, filed against lawyers, law firm staff and others, alleges that accident victims were […]

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FLSA

FLSA

The United States Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) has provisions that require employers to pay non-exempt employees for hours worked over 40 in a work week at no less than time and one-half of their regular pay. Yet, for the past seven years, complaints related to FLSA […]

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Xarelto

Xarelto

Xarelto, once thought to be a safer alternative in blood thinners, has come under fire recently by doctors who are growing increasingly concerned about bleeding risks. Although all blood thinners pose a risk for bleeding, Xarelto lawsuits indicate that there is no known antidote for bleeding incidents […]

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Risky Business

Risky Business

Dozens of peer-reviewed scientific studies have demonstrated the risks associated with using a cell phone while driving, including a significantly increased crash risk. Drivers who use a cell phone – either handheld or hands-free – are four times more likely to be involved in a crash, according […]

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Dallas Attorney Discusses Construction Site Accidents … Figuring Out “Who’s the Boss?”

Dallas Attorney Discusses Construction Site Accidents … Figuring Out “Who’s the Boss?”

It isn’t unusual to see workers from various industries on the same construction site. General Contractors frequently outsource niche tasks to specialty contractors. For example, it is common to find separate subcontractors for framing, doors, windows and plumbing. In many cases, construction accidents are the result from […]

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When Daycare Operators Leave Children Unattended in Daycare Vehicles

When Daycare Operators Leave Children Unattended in Daycare Vehicles

In Texas, if children are trapped inside cars, especially during seriously hot weather, it can result in heat exhaustion or heat stroke, leading to permanent disability or death in a matter of minutes. Heat stroke, also known as hyperthermia, can cause shock, seizures, irregular heartbeat, heart attack […]

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