1. Three Types of Civil Liabilities in Texas Law

    If you live in Texas, you may want to look up and understand some elements of Texas law that are most likely to affect you. Civil liabilities or personal injury is one such category of law. Civil liability comes into play when a tort is committed. If a person is injured, then under Texas personal injury law, the defendant has the legal responsibility of compensating the plaintiff. A settlement can…Read More

  2. Coming Soon in Texas – Legal Open Carry of Large Blades and Swords

      Texas lawmakers have decided to do away with laws that restrict the open carry of blades longer than five and half inches. From September 1, Samurai Jacks and Katana Joes can rub shoulders with reincarnations of Billy the Kid. According to Dianna Knipp, owner of Charlie’s Knife Shop in El Paso, “Some other states are looking at us as a return to the old Wild West”. She said, “I think it…Read More

  3. Animal Rights and Laws in Texas

    Knowing the local and state laws concerning your family pet are important to your pet’s and the community’s safety. Staying up to date on vaccinations and ordinances will keep your dog or cat healthy and ensure that everyone is protected around your animal. Being a pet owner requires a lot of responsibility and dedication to your dog or cat. Walking your dog or allowing your cat outside may se…Read More

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    What Will Your Personal Injury Lawyer Do?

    If you were injured in a car accident, hurt on the job, or experienced medical negligence, it can be a confusing time. Hiring a personal injury lawyer to represent your case will protect your rights and give you the best chance at receiving the compensation that you need. At The Law Offices of Alex R. Hernandez Jr., PLLC, we are committed to giving you our best and handling your case with compassi…Read More

  5. The Texas Lawyers Creed

    The Texas Lawyer’s Creed, A Mandate for Professionalism I am a lawyer. I am entrusted by the People of Texas to preserve and improve our legal system. I am licensed by the Supreme Court of Texas. I must therefore abide by the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct, but I know that Professionalism requires more than merely avoiding the violation of laws and rules. I am committed to this…Read More