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What Are Your Options When Your Boss Isn’t Paying You an Honest Wage?

Sometimes, it can be hard to figure out whether you’re being fairly paid. On the one hand, there are situations that you know you deserve more compensation for, like working overtime or taking on roles outside of your official job title. But what if you feel like your job isn’t paying enough despite the fact […]

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NTSB Continuing to Urge NHTSA to Adopt New Seatbelt Requirements for Limos

The Albany (NY) Times Union reports that the “National Transportation Safety Board is continuing to pressure the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration to adopt new seatbelt requirements for limousines.” In a May 26 letter to NHTSA Deputy Administrator James Owens, NTSB Chairman Robert Sumwalt wrote, “We urge you to reconsider your position and to work to […]

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Why You Should Hire a Lawyer After Getting in an Accident While Traveling

It can be a frightening experience to be involved in an accident while traveling. Furthermore, the aftermath of the accident can be quite traumatizing, especially if the accident was fatal. You might be forced to deal with pain from the injuries and unexpected costs from the medical bills. Besides, you may have to live with […]

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Big Rigs in a Bind for Places to Park

Between a growing economy and regulatory changes in the industry, a safe, reliable place for big rigs to park is an increasing problem. With more trucks coming in and out of the state, those extra-large spots are much more coveted and growing more precious as people pile into metropolitan areas. That’s leaving some trucks on […]

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Exemptions From Some Safety Rules Eyed for Self-Driving Cars

President Donald Trump’s administration is starting to update federal motor vehicle safety standards to exempt self-driving cars from crashworthiness standards that are applied to cars operated by humans, a move questioned by safety advocates. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced Thursday it’s beginning to craft rules to “clarify ambiguities in current occupant protection standards […]

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Friday Fun

Another funny sign from the Indian Hills Community Center.

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NYTimes Analysis Highlights Data Being Sent from Contemporary Cars to Auto Manufacturers

A New York Times analysis claims that “for all the things we’re getting out of our connected vehicles, carmakers are getting much, much more: They’re constantly collecting data from our vehicles.” Contemporary cars feature “telematics, in the form of an always-on wireless transmitter that constantly sends vehicle performance and maintenance data to the manufacturer.” According to […]

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Work on the Railroad? 4 Protections You Should Consider

Being safe as a railroad worker is not just about hard work. You need the right equipment, training, and techniques to prevent causing accidents to yourself and people nearby. While working on the railroad, here are four ways to stay safe. Personal Protective Equipment The employer usually provides each worker’s personal protective equipment. Wear sturdy […]

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Why You Should Consider Having Your Criminal Record Expunged

If you possess a criminal record, you know all too well just how having past brushes with the law can impact your life. Whether it has kept you from getting a job, being accepted into a college, or obtaining housing, these are just a few reasons why having your criminal record expunged may be an […]

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Signs You Have a Medical Malpractice Case After Undergoing Surgery

Although surgeries are common for a variety of reasons, some procedures do not go smoothly. Problems can arise due to an unexpected medical complication or because of a mistake made by a doctor, nurse, anesthesiologist, or other hospital employee. Here are some of the common indicators noticed following surgery that may suggest you have a […]

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Bob Kraft

I am a Dallas, Texas lawyer who has had the privilege of helping thousands of clients since 1971 in the areas of Personal Injury law and Social Security Disability.

About This Blog

The title of this blog reflects my attitude toward those government agencies and insurance companies that routinely mistreat injured or disabled people. As a Dallas, Texas lawyer, I've spent more than 45 years trying to help those poor folk, and I have been frustrated daily by the actions of the people on the other side of their claims. (Sorry if I offended you...)

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