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Why I Ride DCTA - Daniel Jackson

Daniel Jackson of Denton was selected as our Why I Ride DCTA winner for the month of November. Here is the rest of his Q&A: 175 more words

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How To Find Out If My Car, Truck, or SUV Has Been Recalled? by Brian T. Cartwright

With the recent news stories about faulty air bags, many people wonder how they can find out if their car, truck or SUV has been recalled for this or other any reason. 111 more words

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TO FRACK OR NOT TO FRACK - WHEN DOES GOVERNMENT REGULATION VIOLATE THE CONSTITUTION? by: Samuel B. Burke

Locally, there has been a lot of attention given to the proposal to ban fracking in the City of Denton. This past Tuesday, Denton’s citizens voted to enact a ban on all fracking ban. 778 more words

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STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS - MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE AND MALPRACTICE (ADULTS) by: Brian T. Cartwright

In my last blog, i discussed time deadlines, called statutes of limitation, that an adult has to file a lawsuit based on general negligence. but what about medical negligence cases (often referred to as Medical Malpractice)? 549 more words

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STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS - GENERAL NEGLIGENCE (BUT NOT MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE) by: Brian T. Cartwright

In Texas, there are dealings, called statutes of limitation, that you must file a lawsuit in or your claims will be forever barred. The statute of limitations for an adult who is at least 18 years old or older and not of unsound mind for a claim based upon negligence* is two years, which begins to accrue when the wrongful act that you complain about causes an injury, regardless of when you may have learned of such injury. 403 more words

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STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS - GENERAL NEGLIGENCE - CHILDREN (NOT MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE) by Brian T. Cartwright

Previously, I discussed time deadlines, called statutes of limitation, that an adult has to file a lawsuit based on general negligence. but what about when the person injured is under the age of 18? 214 more words

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In the election fight between environmentalists and oil money, this Texas town went green

Does the fracking law voted in by a small Texas city ban a dangerous, environmentally debilitating engineering practice, or cripple the industry responsible for the biggest increases in middle-class American wealth in the past few years? 225 more words