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Bus Company Shutdown for Safety Violations

Bus Company Shutdown for Safety Violations: Declared an Imminent Hazard to Public Safety, Scapadas Magicas has been Shut Down The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has the ability to shut down trucking and bus companies when they don’t operate safely.  When the FMCSA determines a company is operating in a…

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Bus Accidents

Spinach Recalled for E.Coli in Texas

Spinach Recalled for E.Coli in Texas by Texas Food Poisoning Lawyers Hill Law Firm Spinach recalls due to E. coli contamination are not a new thing.  In recent years, there have been many recalls associated with Spinach contaminated with E.Coli.  These recalls often center on improper handling or cleaning of the spinach.  Animal feces and other…

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Food Poisoning

Doctor Busted for Medicare Fraud

Medicare fraud costs everyone, from patients, to taxpayers on down. Those who commit Medicare fraud can be found to have violated the Medicare Fraud False Claims Act. Those who know of such fraud are encouraged to come forward with any and all information, and are offered protected by whistleblower provisions of the False Claims Act….

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Commercial Litigation, False Claims Act

Drunk Driving Affects Everyone

At one time, Mark Grace was a major league baseball player who played 16 seasons for the Chicago Cubs and Arizona Diamondbacks. More recently, he was a Diamondbacks broadcaster. But beginning Feb. 10, he’ll get to spend four months in jail and another three years of supervised probation for driving drunk. Thankfully, he was stopped…

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Drunk Driving Accidents

Implied Covenants in Texas

Implied Covenants in Texas by Texas Oil & Gas Attorneys Hill Law Firm We are commonly asked about what type of duties producers have to the landowners.  While almost the entire relationship between a landowner and producer is governed by the lease agreement, there are also implied covenants or “unstated obligations” that landowners should learn…

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Oil & Gas

Most Commonly Cited Violations by OSHA

For too many workers, the risk of injuries and deaths are an every day part of the job.  As a result of dangerous working conditions and injuries on the job, many agencies now govern workplace safety to regulate safety on the job.  Regardless, people continue to be injured, often as a result of employers that…

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Workplace Safety

Tractor Trailer Fatalities Rise

A recent study by the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) found that in 2010-2011, fatalities of 18-wheeler occupants rose 20% in a single year. In light of the overall decline in traffic fatalities in 2011, this is very surprising news for those who follow and track auto safety. While many seem to assume weather and higher…

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Truck Accidents

Aviation Accident Deaths in 2011

It seems like every week, the Houston Chronicle, San Antonio Express, or Austin Statesman runs an article about a plane crash that injures or kills Texans.  Almost always, these crashes involving private aircraft often piloted by non-professional pilots.  Often the causes of these crashes are determined to be pilot error but someones that can relate…

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Aviation Accidents

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