Family of woman who died in jail gets $1.9M. Worker claiming discrimination gets $25,000. Driver hit while taking shortcut gets $3,000. Scooter rider who collided with truck gets $500,000. Driver cla
The Texas Supreme Court loves puppies just as much as most people do. But despite issuing a unanimous opinion that memorializes the world's love for canines, the high court will not allow anyone to r
The Texas Supreme Court will hear arguments on Jan. 10 in a case that has attracted national attention for the legal and emotional question it presents: Should the state's civil justice system put a
...entered against him. Plaintiff Steven Lewis also alleges the defendants Bailey & Galyen, partner R. Keith Spencer, and Phillip Galyen PC neglected to...
A proposal to codify the collaborative dispute resolution process in Texas civil law is not included in the legislative package approved Sept. 21 by the State Bar of Texas board of directors for subm
...District Court, Tarrant County Plaintiff Attorney: Scott G. Robelen, Bailey & Galyen, Dallas Defense Attorney: Stephen Postlewate, The Walker Law Firm...
...Court, Tarrant County Plaintiff's Attorney: Scott G. Robelen, Bailey & Galyen, Dallas Defense Attorneys: Brian D. Garner and Robyn M...
Jury awards $21,200 to passenger claiming injuries. Driver claiming chronic neck injury awarded $75,133. Jury awards $25,266 for sprains, strains in rear-ender. Child who fractured skull gets $14,500
A defendant has asked the Texas Supreme Court to reverse a first-of-its kind opinion that allows a family to recover damages for the "sentimental value" of a dog. In a petition for review, the defend
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