Martin Walker Earns Texas’ Largest Medical Malpractice Verdict in 2018

Trial law firm Martin Walker has earned honors for winning the largest medical malpractice verdict in Texas in 2018 for the $43.32 million jury award against Tyler-based East Texas Medical Center and one of its doctors.

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Reid Martin and Jack Walker Recognized Among Top Plaintiff Consumer Lawyers

Martin Walker co-founders Jack Walker and Reid Martin have both been recognized for their work on behalf of people who have been catastrophically injured or involved in serious business disputes.

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Martin Walker Co-Founders Earn Selection to 2020 Texas Super Lawyers

Martin Walker, P.C., co-founders Reid Martin and Jack Walker have been recognized among the 2020 listing of Texas Super Lawyers.

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Reid Martin and Jack Walker Selected Among Best Lawyers in America

Reid Martin and Jack Walker, partners and co-founders of Tyler-based Martin Walker, P.C., have earned selection to the 2020 edition of Best Lawyers in America.

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Subaru Recalls Cars Whose Engine Can Cut Out While Driving

Multiple Sabaru models have an issue that can cause their engine to die while driving. Find out how to check if your vehicle is affected.

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The Bad News And Good News About Contributory Negligence

Older rules said that if you had any fault at all you were entire responsible for any injury you suffered. Now, the rules are a bit more lenient.

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More Takata Airbag Recalls

Troubled airbag maker Takata has already issued its first large recall of 2020 and more are likely to come in the following months.

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Do Ignition Interlocks Have A Blind Spot?

Ignition Interlock, breathalyzers that prevent a car from being started by someone who is intoxicated might have a few notable blind spots that cause accidents instead of preventing them.

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Help Keep New Year’s Happy By Not Drinking & Driving

When is it appropriate to drink and drive during the New Year's holidays? One article list 10 times it's safe to drink and drive. (Hint: Never.)

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Hoverboards Might Be Safe This Year, But Only If You Buy The Right One

Though they were introduced back in 2013, fire risks meant that it took more than five years before hoverboards started to be considered safe to sell and use.

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