Andrew Mounier

Demonstrative Evidence in a Motorcycle Accident

November 17, 2013

A motorcycle accident can occur quickly without much advance warning with devastating results.   Whether the accident involved a motorcycle and another motorcycle, a car, truck or pedestrian, the seconds leading up to the accident are often hard to recall by the people involved it the accident.  Even when the parties feel they clearly recall what […]

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Is Driving Tired Comparable to Driving Drunk?

November 14, 2013

As frenzied and demanding as our lives are, it’s no wonder that 30 percent of adults only get 6 hours or less of sleep each night. Unfortunately, that’s just not enough sleep for many people, and the result is exhaustion and fatigue. In an effort to keep up with life’s pace, tired drivers head to […]

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Improper Field Sobriety Tests and Procedures

October 29, 2013

One of the most important principles upon which our legal system is based is that a person accused of a crime is innocent until proven guilty.  Accordingly, in the absence of a confession it is up to law enforcement officials to gather evidence and follow proper procedure to demonstrate that an accused person is in […]

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Special Considerations for Children’s Injury Cases

October 24, 2013

Learning that a child has been injured in an accident is distressing for parents.  Discovering that the injury was preventable as it was due to another person’s negligence makes the situation even more devastating.  Unfortunately, every day children are injured or killed in accidents.  According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) each year over […]

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False Imprisonment: Nursing Home Neglect

July 27, 2013

The decision to move a senior relative to a nursing home is often be difficult and emotional for both the senior and the entire family.  Oftentimes the senior becomes isolated from family because of distance or health issues that impact the ability to regularly communicate with the senior from a distance.  Once you have moved […]

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A Look Into The Psyche Of Serial Killers

July 19, 2013

According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, a serial killer is a man or woman who kills three or more individuals on separate occasions over a relatively short period of time. Serial killers are often extremely dangerous people, who pose a serious safety risk to those living within their region. But what, exactly makes a […]

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Car Accidents vs. Gun Deaths Stats

June 18, 2013

Among the most common ways that people die in the US are car accidents. Gun deaths get a lot more publicity, possibly because of the sensationalism of some of the cases or the outright tragedy involved in others. Children shooting each other accidentally, for instance, is a tragic situation that reporters cover all too often. […]

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Cause for Car Accidents: Deadly Snooze

June 17, 2013

John and Penny, with their two children ages 6 months and 4 years old, started their “summer vacation” by packing up the car and heading west to family reunion right after John returned home from work.  The couple decided to leave right after work so their children would sleep in the car, hopefully through the night.  By […]

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Can You Get a DUI Expunged?

June 15, 2013

If you’re convicted of a DUI, you might find yourself in a situation where it greatly affects your chances of being able to get jobs and in other areas of your life. A lawyer can help you if you are charged with drunken driving, but if you are convicted, the consequences of that conviction may […]

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Keep Your Guns: Come to Texas

June 7, 2013

Gun owners across the U.S. proclaim that they have the right to “bear arms” under the protection of the 2nd Amendment and many gun owners alike will argue that they must protect themselves and their properties.  However, far too often, and statistics will show, that guns end up in the hands of the inexperienced and the […]

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