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Understanding Texas’ Modified Comparative Fault Rule

The state of Texas, like many other states, abides by the Modified Comparative Fault Rule. This rule is commonly referred to as proportionate responsibility and states that if an individual is injured in a vehicle accident, he or she can only recover damages from the other involved party if ...
Dec 6/by Waltman & Grisham Attorneys at Law

Settlement vs Trial in Personal Injury Cases

After a person sustains a serious injury due to the negligence, recklessness, or carelessness of another individual, the victim (“plaintiff”) may decide to file a personal injury claim against the person at fault. After the claim is filed ...
Sep 16/by Waltman & Grisham Attorneys at Law

Texas A&M University Student Sustains Fatal Injuries in Bicycle Accident

When a passenger vehicle, truck, or bus collides with a bicyclist, the damages can be severe and, in the worst cases, fatal. Unfortunately, most of these collisions are completely avoidable and occur when a driver acts negligently, carelessly, or recklessly.
Sep 13/by Waltman & Grisham Attorneys at Law

Texas Wrongful Death Lawsuits: Are You Eligible to File a Claim?

We handle complex catastrophic and fatal accident cases, we know how difficult it can be to lose a loved one unexpectedly, especially if the loss was caused by the negligence or wrongful act of another.
Aug 18/by Waltman & Grisham Attorneys at Law

4 Things You Must Do After an Auto Accident

After a car accident occurs, persons involved may suffer moments of stress, worry, and anxiety. While this is a normal reaction, it is important that car accident victims perform a number of tasks immediately after a collision in order to protect themselves physically and legally.
Aug 2/by Waltman & Grisham Attorneys at Law

Texas allows Transfer on Death Deeds

Transfer on Death (TOD) deeds will now be allowed in Texas. This type of deed is also sometimes referred to as a beneficiary deed. A Transfer on Death deed allows you to leave real estate to someone with a deed rather than through a will and probate.
Sep 1/by Waltman & Grisham Attorneys at Law

Pro Se / Unauthorized Practice of Law in Probate Court

A Pro Se litigant is commonly understood to be someone who represents himself in a legal proceeding without the assistance of an attorney. It is well established that a person has a right to represent himself before a court of law. Importantly, however ...
Aug 24/by Waltman & Grisham Attorneys at Law

Rusty Harrison named to National Association of Distinguished Counsel

Rusty Harrison, of Waltman & Grisham, has been selected to the 2015 list as a member of the Nation’s Top One Percent by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel.
Mar 31/by Waltman & Grisham Attorneys at Law
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Oilfield Injury Statistics

Chart shows the oilfield injuries compared to other mining operations for the period of 2004 - 2008. Oilfield injuries significantly higher.
Oct 29/by Waltman & Grisham Attorneys at Law

Preventing Elder Abuse

Elder abuse occurs in many different forms. It is not limited to physical abuse and neglect, but also involves financial abuse and exploitation. Be aware; be concerned. Protect our elderly — take care of those who took care of us.
May 13/by Waltman & Grisham Attorneys at Law
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Robert Waltman and Lynn Grisham Listed Among Texas’ Top Attorneys

Attorneys Robert B. Waltman and Lynn A. Grisham, name partners in College Station’s Waltman & Grisham, have been named to the 2004 list of Texas Super Lawyers.
Sep 29/by Waltman & Grisham Attorneys at Law