Childhood Drowning Rates Refuse to Sink

Author: Angel Reyes  

Personal Injury

4 Pool Safety TIps for Homes with Pools

During the summer of Coronavirus, Texans have been spending more time at home rather than out and about. While many people believe their families are perfectly safe at home, away from auto accidents and other instances of danger, there is a hidden menace lurking in their own backyards: swimming pools. 

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How to Pick the Right Car Accident Injury Lawyer

Author: Angel Reyes  

Auto Accidents

In a Wreck? Call Your 5-Star Injury Lawyer - Angel Reyes

When a car wreck occurs, it doesn’t have to completely turn your life upside down. Now that you feel it’s turning that way, you’re turning to find the help you need. You know you’ll need a lawyer to help you fend off the third party insurance company from playing tricks on you. But which attorney should you get? You see plenty of them on television ads, billboards, and even sometimes in the newspaper. How do you know which lawyer you should pick to represent you and your case?

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Pedestrian Protestors Harmed By Violent Vehicles.

Author: Angel Reyes  

Auto Accidents, Personal Injury

Drivers Running Over Protestors Potential for Personal Injury Claim - Reyes law blog

Can protestors file injury claims against the driver who hit them?

In wake of the George Floyd protests occurring all around the country, we find a new concern. During the protests that are occurring in busy cities are seeing an upward trend in hostility from those not involved in the protests. This hostility is being shown in the actions of drivers passing through the protestors in the streets at high rates of speed without stopping.

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Bicyclists At Higher Risk of Injury Due to COVID-19

Author: Angel Reyes  

Personal Injury

Bicyclists At Higher Risks For Injuries Due to COVID-19 Pandemic - Reyeslaw.com

Due to the coronavirus outbreak, more inexperienced cyclists are taking to the streets in order to exercise, just get out of the house, or even for their new way of commuting to save a little money during these tough times. Whatever the reason for the rising influx of bicycle accidents, there is very much so a cause for concern. In America, large cities have been trying to find new ways to keep bicycle riders safe. However, these efforts have proven to be frivolous in some cities, even in Dallas, Texas.

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Tough Times: Insurers in Trouble from Pressuring Politicians

Author: Angel Reyes  

In The News, Insurance

Tough Times for Insurers as Lawmakers Pressure for Consumer Relief - Reyes Law Firm

With COVID-19 having shut down most parts of America for nearly three weeks now, insurers are not immune to government pressure to help the general public. While everyone is looking for a job and an income, daily life is becoming harder to afford across the board. Massive layoffs have taken over during these unprecedented times and lawmakers are hoping insurance companies can do their part to help out.

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