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Can Your Employer Mandate You Get The COVID Vaccine?

By Livingston & Flowers, P.L.L.C. |

There are a lot of elements to unpack here, but basically, the answer is yes. Your employer can require that you get the COVID vaccine so long as it wouldn’t be dangerous for you to do so. If you have an autoimmune disorder or immunodeficiency then the vaccine could do more harm than good…. Read More »

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3-Year-Old Child Shot, Family Files Lawsuit Against Apartment Complex

By Livingston & Flowers, P.L.L.C. |

The parents of a 3-year-old child who was shot in the head—and survived—have filed a lawsuit against the apartment complex that they had just moved into prior to the incident. The child is now in a rehab hospital and her parents say she is doing “great”. However, they hold the apartment complex owners responsible… Read More »

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Centerpoint Energy Hit With Wrongful Death of 83-Year-Old Man

By Livingston & Flowers, P.L.L.C. |

Texas energy companies are being hit with multiple wrongful death lawsuits related to the failure of power during the winter freeze that humbled Texas’ power grid. The latest lawsuit is related to the death of an 83-year-old man who suffered from COPD. The ailment required that he breathe with the help of a respirator…. Read More »

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Texas Energy Companies Face Wrongful Deaths Over Blackouts

By Livingston & Flowers, P.L.L.C. |

The onslaught of lawsuits relating to the arctic blast that humbled Texas’ power grid has begun. The first wrongful death lawsuits named ERCOT, The Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Inc. that cut power to the homes of millions of Texans during the freeze. ERCOT is not the only entity that is facing lawsuits related… Read More »

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New Film Addresses Environmental Racism in Houston

By Livingston & Flowers, P.L.L.C. |

A 14-minute film discussing the cumulative impact of environmental racism on Houston and Houstonians is set to air sometime next week with a panel of health experts, housing advocates, and community leaders there to field questions along with the film’s producer and director, Ronald Llewellyn Jones. The film addresses environmental issues within predominantly African-American… Read More »

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Federal Judge Refuses to Dismiss Botched Raid Lawsuit

By Livingston & Flowers, P.L.L.C. |

A federal judge has blocked efforts by the City of Houston to dismiss a lawsuit related to a botched raid. According to the plaintiffs’ attorney, this is the fifth time that federal courts have rebuffed the city’s attempt to get the lawsuit tossed. Their most recent effort involved naming themselves a “federal actor” because… Read More »

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Family of Rockets Scout Files Wrongful Death After Bicycle Accident

By Livingston & Flowers, P.L.L.C. |

As personal injury lawyers, one of the most common types of lawsuits we handle involves traffic accident liability. Indeed, most personal injury firms make the majority of their money litigating traffic accident claims with insurance companies. However, there are also times when we file lawsuits against the drivers of vehicles when they cause an… Read More »

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Injured Worker Sues Poultry Plant and Managers After Floor Collapse

By Livingston & Flowers, P.L.L.C. |

An injured Pilgrim’s Pride worker has filed a personal injury lawsuit against the company and two of its managers after a floor collapse led to serious injury. Daniel Kendall and a coworker were seriously injured when the floor area above a storage room suddenly collapsed. A supervisor was killed. According to the lawsuit filed… Read More »

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Truck Driver Sues After Sustaining Injuries Due to Chemical Fire

By Livingston & Flowers, P.L.L.C. |

We’ve written a lot of articles about truck drivers being sued, but we’re thankful to report that sometimes, they file lawsuits themselves. In this case, a Houston truck driver was injured when a chemical fire erupted at a plant that provides environmental protection, disaster services, and various chemicals to the petrochemical industry. The company… Read More »

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Court Will Determine Dog’s Fate in Restaurant Mauling

By Livingston & Flowers, P.L.L.C. |

A Houston dog may lose its life after attacking a three-year-old girl in a restaurant. Her mother was watching her walk toward the register when the dog lunged at the girl and began attacking her. The child survived but will need multiple surgeries to repair the damage done to her face. Her mother said… Read More »

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