The Montreal Convention and International Passenger Rights

International airline passengers are protected under the Montreal Convention, and unfortunately, many people are unaware this treaty exists. The Montreal Convention can protect passengers when issues occur, for example, if luggage or belongings are damaged during the flight. Passengers are also protected by the Montreal Convention when more serious situations arise that are the fault…

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Slack Davis Sanger Partners with Del Valle High School to Sponsor the Legal Academy Paralegal Certificate Program

Students can simultaneously earn a high school diploma, BA or BS degree, and paralegal certificate, creating significant opportunities post-graduation Paralegals play a vital role within a law firm, helping attorneys with legal research, organizing, drafting, and filing court documents, and communicating with clients and other key contacts on a case. Given the value they add…

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The Dangers of Riding Lawn Mowers

When the average person thinks of a “motor vehicle accident,” he or she usually thinks of a car crash, a collision with an 18-wheeler, or even a motorcycle wreck. The truth is that there are many motorized vehicles that can be involved in accidents, and those incidents can lead to catastrophic injuries. Lawn mowers –…

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Speed Is a Major Factor in Car Accidents, per Texas DOT

If you feel that the number of car accidents in Texas is increasing, you are not the only one. The number of car fatalities in Texas has increased to a level that the state has not reached in over 40 years. The Texas Department of Transportation (TDOT) recently announced car accident fatalities in 2021 increased…

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Worker Injuries Are Increasing Around the World

In 2018, the Texas Department of Workers’ Compensation compiled data revealing more people died from workplace accidents than murders from Austin, Fort Worth, Dallas, and Houston combined. Unfortunately, it seems as if the rate of workplace injuries worldwide has increased since then. Since that 2018 publication, the International Labour Organization (ILO) reports that 2.3 million…

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