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May

New Texas Law Banning Texting and Driving

No Texting and Driving Ban Passed into LawStarting on September 1st, Texas will become the 47th state in the country to adopt a law banning texting and driving. While dozens of cities in Texas have already banned texting while driving, this ban will now be applicable statew...

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28

May

Deck of Cards Delivery Failure Leads to Lawsuit

Failure to deliver a deck of cards is the catalyst behind a fraud lawsuit related to crowd-funding in Washington state.The first crowdfunding lawsuit has been filed in the United States. Crowdfunding, the practice of funding a project by raising small amounts of money...

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28

May

MADD Texas Lobbies for Strong Drunk Driving Legislation

Frenkel & Frenkel urges everyone to support MADD in their efforts to enact strong drunk driving legislation Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (MADD) lobbied Texas legislators in February in an effort to pass two new drunk driving laws in the state, and Frenkel & Frenkel, a D...

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28

May

What Debt Collectors Cannot do

Americans are facing debt collectors more and more with the recent economic downturn. It's a fact. When it comes to paying your mortgage or a credit card, it’s an obvious choice. Not being able to pay all your bills doesn’t make you a bad person and it ce...

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28

May

Trial Tech

When people think of technology and court they think of CSI or some other police show involving using science and technology to catch criminals. What they don't think about are personal injury claims lawyers, car wreck attorneys and medical malpractice cases. Technology ha...

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28

May

Don’t Be Afraid When the Phone Rings

Many people have found themselves at the mercy of debt collectors. Regardless of how you acquired your debt, it's important to know your rights when it comes to dealing with debt collection agencies. The Texas Debt Collection Act is designed to protect people from ha...

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28

May

Debt Collectors Don’t Stop

I noted that my partner, Mark Frenkel, attained a verdict in excess of 1.5 million dollars against abusive debt collectors. Cases are on the rise. Since the recession hit in 2007, federal lawsuits filed under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act have more than doubled, w...

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