What Are Your Landlord Responsibilities in Texas

In the current, tight housing market both tenants and landlords question what obligations and rights they have when temperatures drop. Winters have become more unpredictable, colder and wetter across Texas, adding to landlords’ compliance duties. ...

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When Your Insurance Company Doesn’t Treat You Fairly

When you buy insurance for your business or for your home or car, you expect your insurance company to honor the terms of your policy. If you pay for insurance protection, you expect the insurance company to pay when you must make a claim. The concep...

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In Texas, Whose Insurance Pays After a Car Accident?

Car accidents can lead to anything from minor vehicle damage to life-changing personal injuries. No matter how a person has been affected, they usually have one simple question: "Who pays?" The answer can be complicated. It depends on who is at fau...

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What to Do After a Hit-And-Run Car Accident

A hit-and-run car accident can leave you reeling. Not only are you injured and your vehicle damaged, but the person responsible has fled the scene. What should you do? At the Fell Law Firm, we often talk with people who were injured by drivers who l...

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Bad Faith Is Also a Tenant-Landlord Issue

The matter of bad faith is most commonly discussed in terms of insurance policies on this blog. Bad faith actions, however, leak into various other aspects of Texans' lives. This includes in the lives of landlords and tenants. For instance, the manag...

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Distracted Driving Accidents Are on the Rise

The 2017 statistics from the Texas Department of Transportation indicate that there are more distracted drivers than ever causing accidents. Almost one-in-five crashes involve distracted driving. Despite the awareness campaigns, this rate hasn’t de...

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