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Sra. Ayala de Dallas, Texas, nos dice como Angel Reyes y el personal de el Bufete de Abogados de Reyes Browne Reilley le ayudó a ella recuperarse de daños sufridos de un accidente automovilistico.

“Hola, mi nombre es Lisette Ayala. Tuve un accidente en el año 2014, en mi accidente me fracturé mi cuello y mi pierna.

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Texting-and-Driving-082113-300x169Texting while driving will soon be illegal in Texas.

Gov. Greg Abbott announced Tuesday that he has signed HB 62, approving the state’s first ban on handheld communications by motorists. It brings an end to more than a decade of efforts by some lawmakers, notably State Rep. Tom Craddick, R-Midland, and State Sen. Judith Zaffirini, D-Laredo, to reduce potentially deadly driver distractions on the road.


Previous attempts at texting bans either failed to get out of the legislature or fell to the governor’s veto pen.

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John Ross, of Dallas, Texas shares his experience with the Reyes Browne Reilley law firm, and level of satisfaction with our staff and customer service while helping him recover from damages stemming from a car wreck in Dallas.

“Hello everybody. I am John Rosford. The attorneys who worked on my case were Spencer & – . Both of them were excellente.

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Shana Z. of Dallas, Texas, shares her Reyes Browne Reilley experience and level of satisfaction with our staff and customer service while helping her recover from serious damages stemming from a car wreck in Dallas.

“It’s funny how you think that you’re going to be fine and that you’re just driving to the supermarket or home from work, you’d be okay. And one day I was actually just doing just that.

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Airbags in the 2001-2003 Honda and Acura models shown here are the most dangerous. If you drive one of these vehicles, you face as high as a 50% chance of serious injury or death if your airbags are activated. Photo from: AirbagRecall.com

Tens of millions of airbags are defective. Even a minor fender-bender can cause these airbags to rupture, spraying metal shrapnel into drivers and passengers.

In response, vehicle manufacturers are conducting the largest safety recall in U.S. history. Authorized dealerships are replacing defective airbags for free.

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Charles R. of Dallas, Texas, shares his Reyes Browne Reilley experience and level of satisfaction with our staff and customer service while helping him and his family recover from damages stemming after they were rear-ended at a red light in Dallas.

“Well, I’m very happy with Reyes Law. You helped us a lot – me and my family.

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Tiger2-225x300Tiger Woods has become the most high-profile example of a worrisome nationwide trend: Drugged driving is on the rise, and for the first time ever, people involved in fatal crashes are more likely to have drugs than alcohol in their systems.

A report published this April by the Governors Highway Safety Association and the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility found that both illegal and prescription drugs are found in the bodies of fatally-injured drivers about 43 percent of the time, which is a good source of data, since they are tested more often than drivers in non-fatal crashes.

Alcohol above the legal limit, meanwhile, was found in just 37 percent of the drivers.

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Denise G. of Dallas, Texas, shares her Reyes Browne Reilley experience and level of satisfaction with our staff and customer service while helping her recover from damages stemming from her car being rear ended in Dallas.

“Driving out of school, and I was at a stop sign about to get on Montley, and the person behind me was distracted and just rammed into me.

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Sr. Cruz de Dallas, Texas, nos dice como Angel Reyes y el personal de el Bufete de Abogados de Reyes Browne Reilley le ayudó a él recuperarse de daños sufridos de un accidente automovilistico.

“Tuvimos un accidente, la compañía de Fred Loya no nos quería ayudar y los abogados en tu firma nos ayudaron mucho con la aseguranza de Fred Loya, que era difícil que nos ayudaran; no nos querían ayudar, no querían tomar responsabilidad por el accidente de la señora que nos pegó. Y nos ayudaron mucho con el accidente, con la aseguranza de Fred Loya. Estaba feliz de que nos ayudaron con la aseguranza con todos los papeleos y todo eso, que es difícil de hacer uno por sí mismo.”

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f4494f65e8f1617ce83d871aeb3c61_jumbo-238x300The U.S. Food & Drug Administration told Johnson & Johnson to include new warning labels on its diabetes drug Invokana, as well as variations of the drug sold under the brand Invokamet and Invokamet XR.

This latest requirement from the federal regulatory agency comes on the heels of other legal troubles faced by the corporation. Just two weeks ago, a jury awarded $110 million to a woman in Missouri who claimed that that J&J’s popular talcum powder products cause ovarian cancer.

The new black box warning informs individuals that they could face a higher risk of needing an amputation after taking Invokana (known generically as canagliflozin) or one of its derivatives. This comes from two large clinical trials, both of which demonstrated that the diabetes medication causes a significantly increased risk of leg and foot amputations. Black box warnings are the highest level of required warning for drugs manufactured and sold in the U.S.

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