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The Law Offices of Flint & Soyars, P.C. Texarkana TX

The first time it came up, the funeral home lost the body and the Wake turned into a horror show. The family of Madame X (a pseudonym) was gathered to say their farewells. The emotions were running high and no one wanted to cause additional upset.

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The Law Offices of Flint & Soyars, P.C. Texarkana TX

Prosthetic limbs have come a long way in the past few years. Today these limbs incorporate some of the most advanced technology in the world. From legs that react to brain waves to arms that are fused with bone marrow, prosthetics are slowly becoming less robotic and more human.

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The Law Offices of Flint & Soyars, P.C. Texarkana TX

If an individual has personal injury protection insurance and he/she are hurt in an accident, the person can receive all maximum benefits even though the accident was or was not their fault. Apart from lost wages and medical bills, PIP insurance can cover expenses such as transportation, medical appointments and even lawn repair. It is […]

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The Law Offices of Flint & Soyars, P.C. Texarkana TX

Premises liability cases cover a broad range of topics. Many people believe that it only concerns slip and fall events. In actuality, this type of case covers any type of accident that occurs on a property not owned by the injury victim. This can be on private, public or business properties and may include the […]

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The Law Offices of Flint & Soyars, P.C. Texarkana TX

If you’re a property owner, often you’ll find people visiting your premises, some invited while some not. Either way, they have a reasonable expectation to be safe from injury. What this means is that as a property owner or just a resident, you are supposed to see to it that the environment in and around the property is relatively safe.

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The Law Offices of Flint & Soyars, P.C. Texarkana TX

Trains still play a very large part in our transportation industry in the United States. Even though passenger trains are now limited to just a few companies, there are over 600 different train companies that move freight through this country each day.

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