Tough Times: Insurers in Trouble from Pressuring Politicians

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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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Reyes Browne Reilley and COVID-19

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An Outbreak Update From Reyes Browne Reilley

Our Reyes Brown Reilley staff would like to extend our thoughts, prayers, and condolences to all those who have been impacted by the COVID-19 virus outbreak. We know times are very difficult for many people during this situation and many businesses were unprepared for the situation at hand. However, our staff wants to reassure everyone this will not be the case with our firm.

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Traffic Deaths on the Decline…Even in Texas

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Traffic Fatalities Down, Pedestrian Fatalities Up - Reyes Browne Reilley Law Blog

The trend continues to decline when it comes to traffic-related deaths in the United States. In 2017, the statistics of deaths on the highway took a turn for the better. Shifting from an upwards trend into a downward spiral over the last two years. However, there are no celebrations in order just yet.

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Football’s Concussion Frenzy: High Schools and NCAA Targeted in Lawsuits

Football Concussions A Huge Lawsuit

In the wake of the Antonio Brown helmet saga, it entices the conversation of safety amongst athletes of all levels of play. The NFL standout, refusing to wear any other helmet than his outdated Schutt Air Advantage lid, displays a lack of concern for safety. Most individuals would disagree with him. Including parents of high school and college athletes.

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