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  • Attorney Geoffrey A. Borschow Named to 2017 Super Lawyers® Rising Stars℠ List

    We are pleased to announce that our very own Geoffrey Borschow has been honored with inclusion in this year’s list of Texas Super Lawyers® Rising Stars℠. Reserved for the top 2.5% of all practicing attorneys in the state, recognition as a Rising Star is a prestigious title awarded to lawyers who have demonstrated considerable accomplishments in their professions. To be eligible for inclusion in ...
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  • George Farah Selected to List of 2017 Texas Super Lawyers

    We are honored to announce George Farah’s selection for inclusion in the prestigious list of 2017 Texas Super Lawyers. Acknowledgement of this degree is reserved for only 5% of the legal population and indicates an attorney’s high level of peer recognition and professional accomplishment. The Super Lawyers selection process is very thorough. In fact, it’s notorious for being one of the most ...
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  • OSHA to Focus on Amputation Prevention for Texas Workers

    In a recent press release , the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has announced that it will be stepping up efforts to prevent worker amputation injuries throughout Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma. According to the agency's data, manufacturing workers are at a heightened risk for this type of catastrophic workplace injury. According to the press release, more than 2,600 ...
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  • Guerra & Farah, PLLC Offers Condolences Following Deadly Conroe Car Collision

    This weekend in Conroe saw the tragic death of a family of four on Highway 105. According to reports , 68-year-old Ronald Cooper caused a wreck Sunday on that highway that ended the lives of Sedlmeier family—two adults and two preschool-age children. Additionally, two teenagers in another vehicle sustained minor injuries. Cooper has since been charged with four counts of intoxicated manslaughter ...
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  • We all lose if the "loser pays" tort reform bill becomes law.

    House Bill 274 –called the “loser pays” tort reform bill – involves changing the Civil Practice and Remedies Code. The changes are ugly and run contrary to Texans’ longstanding belief that our court house doors should be open to everyone, no matter who they are or how much money they have. These changes will deprive Texans from accessing the court house. Let me explain one of the most important ...
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