7 Tips for Including Digital Assets in Estate Planning

Pretty much everyone has a digital identity nowadays. Most of us use social media, store files online, and email as a primary source of communication. Some people have digital assets related to their businesses as well, including many businesses that are entirely web-based. So what happens to your digital assets upon death? Here are Daic… Read More

Texas Woman Files Premises Liability lawsuit After Slipping on Water

A Texas woman has filed a premises liability lawsuit after she reportedly slipped on a pool of water while visiting a Houston apartment complex. According to the complaint, in February 2017 the woman slipped on a pool of water in the lobby, causing her to fall and hit her head on the floor. She alleges… Read More

Texas Motor Vehicle Accident Laws

Drivers in Texas have certain rights and responsibilities when a motor vehicle accident occurs. While most drivers know to call 911 and exchange information, many drivers don’t know what the actual laws are that may impact them or their insurance or personal injury claims. Let’s take a look at four of the most fundamental Texas… Read More

Medical Error Data Causes Advocates to Push for Patient Safety

Over the past couple of years, several reports have surfaced indicating the large number of medical errors that occur every year in the United States. An article published by CNBC in February 2018, highlights how recent data is causing advocates to push for patient safety. Let’s take a look at what recent data says about… Read More

Medtronic Recalls 48 Implantable Cardiac Defibrillators Due to Manufacturing Error

A manufacturing error has resulted in a Class I recall of Medtronic implantable cardiac defibrillators. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warns consumers that using the recalled devices could result in serious injury or death. Read on to learn more about the recalled products, and what you should do if you are impacted by… Read More

Should I DIY My Own Estate Plan?

In today’s world of do-it-yourself (DIY) pretty much everything, it is no wonder that a question commonly asked is “Should I DIY My Own Estate Plan?” Many people have simple assets, beneficiaries who are easy to identify, and wishes that likely won’t be disputed. Unfortunately, even simple estate plans can lead to an agonizing probate… Read More

5 Questions You Should Ask Your Estate Planning Attorney

Everyone has an estate. Your home, vehicles, business, property, even digital assets are all part of your estate and should be carefully considered in an estate plan. Meeting with an estate planning attorney is always beneficial to ensuring that your rights are protected and that you have considered every variable. Before you meet with an… Read More