New Orleans Jurors Nowhere to be Found

Author: Angel Reyes  

In The News

A grand total of zero juror trials have taken place in New Orleans, Louisiana due to the simple fact that potential jurors are failing to show up. The Parish of Orleans, typically known as the state’s busiest courthouse, has not been able to convene for criminal court trials since the COVID-19 pandemic began last summer. Criminal court trials require a total of twelve jurors to sit on the bench of a legal proceeding, but the city of New Orleans is reporting less than twenty percent of citizens actually report for duty.

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Halloween 2020: With COVID-19

Author: Angel Reyes  

In The News

Happy Halloween 2020! Safety Tips Around Halloween - Reyes Browne Reilley Law Firm

Staying safe on halloween has always been a highly searched question across Google. With thousands of different blog sites and news reports discussing a vast range of different tips for safety in 2020, what exactly can you do to help your kids stay safe, but still have fun while experiencing the Halloween holiday?

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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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Reyes Browne Reilley and COVID-19

Author: Angel Reyes  

In The News

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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Staying Safe On Valentine’s Day

Author: Angel Reyes  

In The News

Valentine's Day Safety - Reyes Browne Reilley Blog

As February is fully underway and love is in the air, our Reyes Browne Reilley staff want to remind everyone to be careful on the roads around this special holiday.  This year, Americans are projected to spend 32% more on Valentine’s Day than the record-setting year we had last year. We can attribute a substantial part of the Valentine’s Day spending forecast in 2020 to alcohol consumption, especially with Valentine’s Day falling on a Friday.

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Traffic Deaths on the Decline…Even in Texas

Author: Angel Reyes  

In The News

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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