QUOTE AND NEWS
Insurance Journal  Nov 28  Comment 
The lone survivor of a head-on crash between two freight trains in the Texas Panhandle has filed a lawsuit seeking more than $1 million in damages. The Amarillo Globe-News reported that Derek Schilling filed the lawsuit last week in Tarrant …
Insurance Journal  Dec 30  Comment 
A Texas sheriff said an arrest warrant will be issued for a Texas woman who was found with her son in Mexico, a teenager on probation after killing four people in a drunken-driving wreck and invoking an “affluenza” defense Tarrant …
Insurance Journal  Jun 18  Comment 
The Texas Department of Insurance (TDI) recently named William “Doug” Wallace as a fraud prosecutor who will work exclusively with criminal prosecutors in the Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office to combat insurance fraud. Wallace has...
Insurance Journal  Apr 7  Comment 
A Tarrant County, Texas, jury has awarded a man almost $34 million for injuries he sustained after falling through a skylight while working on a roof. Attorneys representing 31-year-old Steven Landers had sought a $15 million judgment against...
Insurance Journal  May 7  Comment 
The family of a North Texas teenager who killed four people and injured 12 in a drunken-driving wreck has reached a settlement of more than $2 million with the family of a teenage boy left disabled. Tarrant County court documents … The article...
Sydney Morning Herald  Mar 6  Comment 
North Melbourne forward Robbie Tarrant will miss the opening games of the season.     
Insurance Journal  Dec 19  Comment 
Texas prosecutors are trying a second time to imprison a teen who was sentenced to 10 years’ probation for drunkenly driving his truck into four pedestrians, killing them all. Tarrant County District Attorney Joe Shannon has asked a juvenile...
NPR  Apr 21  Comment 
Texas and Oklahoma are fighting over access to the Red River. Fast-growing Texas is eager to fuel its expansion in a time of drought, while the poorer state of Oklahoma is water-rich. The court's decision could impact interstate water-sharing...
New York Times  Jan 7  Comment 
The Supreme Court agrees to decide whether the water authority serving Fort Worth and its growing suburbs can take water from within Oklahoma's borders.
Insurance Journal  Nov 29  Comment 
The residents of Fort Worth, Texas, and its suburbs in Tarrant County share the dubious honor of being the area most pounded by hailstorms than in any other part of the state, according to data compiled from the National Oceanic … The article...





 




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