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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Be Careful, Auto Accident Claims Rise By Up To 40% During Thanksgiving Week

In the rush to get the best deals, Thanksgiving holiday traffic accidents rise 30 - 40% with insurance claims on one vehicle wrecks in parking lots seeing the highest jump.

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New Bill Will Allow Veterans To Seek Damages In Military Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

A new bill working its way through congress will reverse a 1950s Supreme Court decision that has prevented military veterans from suing after being victims of medical malpractice.

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Vaping-related Illnesses Spread With Cause Still Unknown

More than 500 people across 38 states have fallen ill after vaping but health officials have not yet idenitified the root cause.

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Purdue Pharma Carries Out Bankruptcy Threat

Purdue Pharma, which threatened investigators with bankruptcy if they didn't agree to its demands, moved billions of dollars overseas then carried out on its threat.

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Martin Walker Co-Founder Earns Recognition by Texas Super Lawyers 2019

Mr. Walker was selected for his extensive experience in personal injury trial law on behalf of plaintiffs.

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Common Car Accident Questions and Answers

Streets get us where we need to go, but they can also be dangerous. Here are some common issues that affect people on the roads.

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Updates on The Opioid Epidemic

There have been a number of significat developments in the last year regarding the Opioid Epidemic that has overtaken our nation. Here are some of the top stories we've been following.

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Congressional Report Shows World Health Organization Republished Opioid Industry Talking Points

A congressional report has revealed the ways opioid makers' facts and figures found their way into World Health Organization documents.

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