A mother from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, has been arrested for spanking her three children as punishment for burglarizing a neighbor’s home.The mother, 30-year-old Schaquana...

North Carolina lawmakers have passed a bill amending the state’s definition of law practice and will now permit websites to offer interactive legal documents.House Bill 436 won unanimous...
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In today’s world, you know you can rely on yourself. That’s especially true when it comes to safely hitting the roads. As they say, “It’s the other drivers you can’t trust.” What do you do when you’re injured on the road? Call your insurance company and get a lawyer. When bikers are injured though, they often face a “double-whammy”: they’re injured and sometimes their lawyers don’t grasp their needs. Today’s Feel Good Friday is about a local Texas firm that just happens to understand our friends on two wheels because one of its lawyers used to be a biker. Are you looking for bike-friendly lawyers? Here they are!