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Saturday, October 13, 2018

Texas Fatal Accident Lawyer and Texas Death Accident Lawyer Represents Families Who Have Lost Loved One Due to the Fault of a Business or Another Person by Texas Fatal Accident Lawyer and Texas Death Accident Lawyer

Texas Fatal Accident Lawyer and Texas Death Accident Lawyer Represents Families Who Have Lost Loved One Due to the Fault of a Business or Another Person by Texas Fatal Accident Lawyer and Texas Death Accident Lawyer Jason S. Coomer

Losing a spouse, child, or parent can be a horrific and devastating experience.  It can be even worse when this is an untimely death caused by a careless person or negligent business.  After such a loss, it is important to have the accidental death investigated to ensure that proper action is taken to make sure that others are not injured or killed by the person or business.  In working with families to investigate fatal accidents, Texas Fatal Accident Lawyer, Jason Coomer, has working with large corporations to change dangerous policies and conditions throughout Texas and North America.  He has also fought to obtain compensation for the families of those killed to help their family after the loss of their financial supporter.  For more information on fatal accident claims, death accident lawsuits, and accident investigations, please go to the following web pages: Texas Accident Death Lawyer Information, Texas Fatal Automobile Accident Lawyer, and Texas Fatal Construction Accident Lawyer.

Reckless Driving, Dangerous Conditions, Hazardous Activities, Negligent Medical Treatment, Accidental Fires, and Construction Accidents Can All Cause Fatal Accidents

As a Texas Fatal Accident Lawyer and Texas Serious Injury Lawyer, Jason Coomer handles a variety of accident death claims and catastrophic injury claims where people have been seriously injured or killed by the negligent or wrongful conduct of another.  As a fatal accident lawyer, he assists injured individuals and the families of people that have been wrongfully killed assert their rights after an serious accident. Whether a person is injured by a drunk driver, hazardous trap, dangerous defect, careless action, dangerous product, or the negligence of another, families often need assistance in investigating an accident and seeking money compensation from insurance companies, rich people, and large corporations for the damages that they have suffered.  Below are links to several types of fatal accident lawsuits and catastrophic injury accidents.


Thursday, October 11, 2018

Texas Property Inheritance Lawyer Helps Heirs, Beneficiaries, and Families Sell, Claim, and Transfer Houses, Businesses, and other Inherited Real Property by Texas Property Inheritance Lawyer

Texas Property Inheritance Lawyer Helps Heirs, Beneficiaries, and Families Sell, Claim, and Transfer Texas Houses, Businesses, and other Texas Inherited Real Property by Texas Property Inheritance Lawyer Jason S. Coomer

After a family member dies, their real property or business can become stuck in the inheritance process and if proper action is not taken the wealth can be lost to foreclosure, taxes, competitors, non-family members, family members who are not entitled to the property, or the State of Texas. For more information about selling, claiming, or transferring Texas property inheritance, please go to the following web pages:   Texas Real Estate Partition Lawyer and Texas Forced Sale Lawyer Information, Texas Land Partition Lawyer Information, and Texas Stressed Property Lawyer Information.

The Lack of Proper Estate Planning Can Often Cause Real Property, Businesses, and Other Estate Property to Become Stuck Through the Texas Probate Process Requiring A Texas Property Inheritance Lawyer

Many people do not like to think about their own death and do not have a valid Will or Trust.  Others try to save money by writing their own Wills with a "do it yourself" Will Kit.  Unfortunately, many of these "do it yourself" Wills and Hand Written Wills are done incorrectly and are not valid.  Others go to a bank or an estate planning lawyer and obtain Trusts that they do not fully understand.  In many of these situations, the Trusts are not properly funded or updated and significant property is left out.  
In all of these situations, improper estate planning can cause wealth including real property and businesses to be trapped or lost. 

Improper estate planning is extremely problematic when a person with a business, a house, a second home, a vacation home, mineral interests, or other significant wealth dies or becomes incapacitated as large amounts of wealth can become stuck.  In these situations, families and beneficiaries often lack the information and resources they need to identify all sources of wealth and revenue streams as there is no accurate inventory or accounting of the deceased person's wealth.  It is also common for vultures including caretakers, health care providers, banks, financial managers, oil companies, and other opportunists to start taking wealth.   Typically, in situations where improper estate planning has been done on a large estate, a Texas Property Inheritance Lawyer is needed to help locate and identify assets as well as determine how to claim, sell, and transfer these assets.

Many Families have Spread Out Across The United States, Therefore it is Often Helpful to Hire a Texas Probate Lawyer to Assist with the Texas Probate Process and to Handle Estate Issues

Many families have spread out throughout the United States and around the World.  For the family member that lives out of the state (or out of the country) and has never been through the Texas probate process, it can often be challenging to understand what should be done under Texas probate law.  At a time when they want to grieve the loss of their loved one, they are often forced to deal with difficult issues including:

    1) Who should be in control of their loved ones' estate?
    2) What needs to be done to have an administrator or executor appointed?
    3) What are probate & non-probate property?
    4)  What should be done to protect estate property?
    5)  Is a Will necessary?
    6)  What can be done with Estate property?  Can it be sold or transferred?

When faced with these decisions, it is often helpful to speak with and hire a Texas interstate probate lawyer to help take care of Texas probate issues.  A Texas interstate probate lawyer can help out of state family members through the probate process and help move an estate through probate.  Texas Interstate Probate Lawyer, Jason Coomer, commonly works with out of state family, heirs, lawyers, and beneficiaries to guide them through the Texas probate process.  In doing so, he works to protect the wishes of loved ones that have passed on, the best interests of his clients, and to coordinate efforts with out of state co-counsel. 




Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Texas Fatal Drunk Driver Accident Lawyer Represents Families Who Have Lost Loved Ones in Fatal Drunk Driver Accidents by Texas Fatal Drunk Driver Accident Lawyer and Texas DWI Wreck Lawyer

Texas Fatal Drunk Driver Accident Lawyer Represents Families Who Have Lost Loved Ones in Texas Fatal Drunk Driver Accidents by Texas Fatal Drunk Driver Accident Lawyer and Texas DWI Wreck Lawyer Jason S. Coomer

Often the family of a person killed or seriously injured by a drunk driver does not realize that in addition to the criminal charges that can be filed against that drunk driver, that there are civil causes of action that they can often be used against the drunk driver and those parties who are responsible for allowing the drunk driver to drive drunk.  If you or a loved one have been seriously injured in an automobile crash caused by a drunk driver or have lost a loved one due the carelessness of a drunk driver, bar, or business, it is important that you understand the potential claims and causes of action you may have as well as the potential statutes of limitations that may apply to these potential claims and causes of action.  For more information on this topic, please go to the following web pages: Texas Drunk Employee Accident Lawyer, Texas DWI Wreck Lawyer, and Texas Drunk Driver Fatal Accident Lawyer.

Texas Drunk Driver Automobile Accident Lawsuits and Texas DWI Wreck Claims

Unfortunately, every year drunk drivers kill and seriously injure a large number of Texans.  Whether the drunk driver is coming home from a bar, a chronic alcoholic who is out drinking and driving, an employee drinking at work, or a student out drinking and driving for the first time, all drunk drivers have the potential to kill innocent people.  As a Texas DWI Accident Lawyer, Jason Coomer, helps people that have lost family members and loved ones in fatal accidents caused by drunk drivers.  He represents the families of the deceased and assert their rights after a drunk driver accident, performs a full investigation of the accident death claim to determine what happened and how to prevent any other accidental deaths from occurring in the same way.

Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Texas Ancillary Probate Lawyer Works With Out of State Lawyers and Families to Transfer Texas Mineral Interests and Texas Real Property by Texas Ancillary Probate Lawyer

Texas Ancillary Probate Lawyer Works With Out of State Lawyers, Executors, Trustees, Administrators, and Families to Transfer Texas Mineral Interests and Texas Real Property by Texas Ancillary Probate Lawyer Jason S. Coomer

Investing in Texas real estate including mineral interests, ranch land, and vacation property has become more common and profitable.  However, when families buy Texas lake houses, Texas condominiums, Texas investment property, Texas mineral interests, and other Texas real property, and then the owner dies or becomes incompetent, families commonly need a Texas Ancillary Probate Lawyer to help transfer the real property through a Texas ancillary probate.  Texas Ancillary Probate Lawyer, Jason S. Coomer, commonly works with out of state lawyers, trustees, executors, guardians, and administrators to transfer Texas real property.  For more information on this topic please feel free to use our submission form or go to the following web pages: Texas Ancillary Probate Lawyer Information, Texas Oil Royalty Inheritance Lawyer Information, and Texas Out of State Probate Lawyer.

Many Families have Spread Out Across The United States and Throughout the World, Therefore it is Often Helpful to Hire a Texas Probate Lawyer to Assist with the Texas Probate Process and to Handle Estate Issues

Many families have spread out throughout the United States and around the World.  For the family member that lives out of state and has never been through the Texas probate process, it can often be challenging to understand what should be done under Texas probate law.  At a time when they want to grieve the loss of their loved one, they are often forced to deal with difficult issues including:

    1) Who should be in control of their loved ones' estate?
    2) What needs to be done to have an administrator or executor appointed?
    3) What are probate & non-probate property?
    4)  What should be done to protect estate property?
    5)  Is a Will necessary?
    6)  What can be done with Estate property?  Can it be sold or transferred?

When faced with these decisions, it is often helpful to speak with and hire a Texas probate lawyer to help take care of probate issues.  A Texas probate lawyer can help "out of state" family members through the probate process and help move an estate through probate.  Texas Probate and Inheritance Lawyer, Jason Coomer, commonly works with out of state family, heirs, lawyers, and beneficiaries through the Texas probate process.  In doing so, he works to protect the wishes of loved ones that have passed on, the best interests of his clients, and to coordinate efforts with out of state co-counsel.

Saturday, October 6, 2018

Texas Accidental Fire Lawyer Handles Texas Residential Fire Lawsuits, Texas Smoke Inhalation Lawsuits, and Other Accidental Fire Claims by Texas Accidental Fire Lawyer

Texas Accidental Fire Lawyer Handles Texas House Fire Lawsuits, Texas Residential Fire Lawsuits, Texas Smoke Inhalation Lawsuits, Texas Serious Burn Lawsuits, and Other Accident Fire Claims by Texas Accidental Fire Lawyer Jason S. Coomer

In the United States, each year over 30,000 people are killed or seriously injured by fire and smoke inhalation.  Many of these fires are the result of negligence or defective products, that could have been easily prevented.   In  handling Texas Fatal House Fire Lawsuits, Texas Serious Burn Lawsuits, Texas Apartment and Condo Fire Lawsuits, and Texas Smoke Inhalation Lawsuits, it is important to remember that a fatal house fire or serious burn fire can be the result of defective products, careless workers, negligent property owners, defective water heaters, defective gas cans, failure of products to have child proofing, defective wiring, defective appliances, negligence maintenance, and many other negligent actions.  To determine the cause of the fire and/or explosion, it is important to speak with witnesses and fire investigators as well as to obtain any photos or video of the fire and any and all documents related to fire.  For more information on this topic please go to the following web pages: Texas Serious Burn Lawyer InformationTexas Fatal House Fire Lawyer Information, Texas Apartment and Condo Fire Lawyer Information, and Texas Smoke Inhalation Lawyer Information.

Smoke Inhalation Can Cause Death or Severe Injuries

Smoke inhalation from an accidental fire can cause difficulty breathing, hypoxia, carbon monoxide poisoning, and other health issues that can result in serious injuries or even death.  In handling Texas house fires lawsuits, Texas apartment fire lawsuits, and other Texas residential fire lawsuits as well as on Texas industrial explosion lawsuits; Texas smoke inhalation lawyers work with fire experts to determine the cause and origin of fires; medical professionals to prove up necessary medical treatment for those injured in fires; and insurance companies, witnesses, families, and parties to seek compensation for those injured by accidental fires.

Smoke inhalation occurs when a person breathes in smoke or the products of combustion during a fire.  The fire not only uses the surrounding oxygen in the air taking the oxygen that humans need to breathe, but through burning or combustion (the rapid breakdown of a substance by heat) creates smoke which is a mixture of heated particles and gases that are created by burning.

It is impossible to predict the exact composition of smoke produced by a residential fire or industrial fire as every accident fire is different.  The products being burned, the temperature of the fire, and the amount of oxygen available to the fire all make a difference in the type of smoke produced. This is especially true when furniture, appliances, and other items made up of plastic or other chemicals is burned.  The resulting smoke can be filled with irritants or toxins and result in serious respiratory problems or even death.

Smoke inhalation can damage the body by simple asphyxiation (lack of oxygen), chemical irritation, chemical asphyxiation, or a combination of these.  Combustion can use up the oxygen near the fire and lead to death when there is no oxygen for a person to breathe.  Smoke itself can also contain products that do not cause direct harm to a person, but they take up the space that is needed for oxygen. Carbon dioxide acts in this way.

Combustion can also result in the formation of chemicals that cause direct injury when they contact the skin and mucous membranes. These substances disrupt the normal lining of the respiratory tract. This disruption can potentially cause swelling, airway collapse, and respiratory distress. Examples of chemical irritants found in smoke include sulfur dioxide, ammonia, hydrogen chloride, and chlorine.

A fire also can produce compounds that do damage by interfering with the body's oxygen use at a cellular level. Carbon monoxide, hydrogen cyanide, and hydrogen sulfide are all examples of chemicals produced in fires that interfere with the use of oxygen by the cell during the production of energy. If either the delivery of oxygen or the use of oxygen is inhibited, cells will die.

Friday, October 5, 2018

Virtual Currency Fraud and Crytocurrency Fraud Can Be The Basis for Bounty Actions and Other Investment Fraud Lawsuits by Virtual Currency Fraud Lawyer

Virtual Currency Fraud and Crytocurrency Fraud Can Be The Basis for Bounty Actions and Other Investment Fraud Lawsuits by Virtual Currency Fraud Lawyer Jason S. Coomer

Several recent court decisions have determined that some forms of virtual currency fraud and cryptocurrency fraud are under the jurisdiction of the Commodities Future Trade Commission and/or the SEC.  As such, fraud in the virtual currency market can be the basis for several type of legal action including CFTC Bounty Actions, SEC Bounty Actions, and Investment Fraud Lawsuits.  Virtual currency fraud whistleblower lawyers work with investors and financial professionals who want to expose significant fraud.  In most cases, the actions can be reviewed confidentially and then filed an anonymously on the client's behalf. 

For more information on Virtual Currency Bounty Actions and other types of Investment Fraud Lawsuits, please feel free to go to the following web pages: SEC Bounty Actions Investment Fraud Lawsuits, and Virtual Currency Fraud Whistleblower Lawyer Information.

Investment Fraud Bounty Actions Reported Through an Attorney Can Be Made Anonymously

CFTC and SEC Bounty Actions  were designed to create bounties that can be collected by whistleblowers that properly report SEC violations, financial fraud, securities fraud, commodities fraud, and stimulus fraud that result in monetary sanctions over one million dollars ($1,000,000.00). The SEC can award the whistleblower up to 30% of the money collected.  Persons who report this fraud through an attorney can remain anonymous and still collect a large reward through their attorney.  By creating anonymous whistleblower bounties, the SEC and CFTC expect investors and people with specific information of fraud to expose hard to detect fraud and to help regulate the financial market and prevent large investment corporations, banks, hedge funds, and other large corporations from committing financial fraud of billions of dollars. 

Thursday, October 4, 2018

Texas Business Probate Lawyer and Texas Business Inheritance Lawyer Helps Families, Beneficiaries, and Business Owners Transfer Business Interests and Wealth by Texas Business Probate Lawyer and Texas Business Inheritance Lawyer

Texas Business Probate Lawyer and Texas Business Inheritance Lawyer Helps Families, Beneficiaries, and Business Owners Transfer Business Interests and Wealth by Texas Business Probate Lawyer and Texas Business Inheritance Lawyer Jason S. Coomer

Texas Business Probate Lawyer and Texas Business Inheritance Lawyer, Jason Coomer, works with families, beneficiaries, and business owners to claim, transfer, and negotiate business interests after the death of a business owner.  He handles Texas probate, estate, and inheritance matters including disputes regarding businesses, partnerships, and real property. He works with families including Texas families and out of state families on a variety of Texas probate, estate, and inheritance issues. These issues commonly include probating Wills, contesting Wills, fighting will contests, negotiating death benefits, reviewing buyout provisions, clearing title to estate property, claiming estate property, filing suits to determine rightful heirs of estates, filing breach of fiduciary duty lawsuits, and representing estate administrators. For more information on this issues, please go to the following web pages:  Austin Texas Business Probate Lawyer and Austin Texas Business Inheritance Lawyer Information and Texas Family Inheritance Lawyer.

Texas Contingent Wealth Collection Lawyer, Texas Contingent Death Benefit Lawyer, and Texas Contingent Inheritance Lawyer Helps Heirs and Beneficiaries Collect Inheritance Including Stocks, IRAs, Mineral Interests, Life Insurance, Annuities, IRAs, Estate Assets and Texas Real Estate

In some situations family assets cannot get transferred or collected by their rightful heirs or beneficiaries because the heirs and beneficiaries cannot afford the cost of probate and other transfer costs.  In these situations, a Texas Contingent Probate Lawyer or Texas Contingent Death Benefit Lawyer that works on a percentage of the estate property can help heirs and beneficiaries transfer estate property to rightful heirs and beneficiaries.

In these situations, the Texas Contingent Probate Lawyer or Texas Contingent Death Benefit Lawyer will typically need to see that there are actual significant assets in the estate and who the rightful heirs and beneficiaries are of the estate.  In these cases, bank statements, life insurance policies, royalty statements, mutual fund statements, retirement fund statements, real property deeds, property tax information, and other evidence of the estate assets can be useful in determining the approximate value of the estate and if a contingent contract for probating the estate can be viable.

For more information on a Texas Contingent Probate Lawsuit or Texas Contingent Non-Probate Matter, please feel free to go to the follow web page:  Texas Contingent Probate Lawyer and Death Benefit Collection Lawyer.

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Diabetes Cancer Health Alert: Persons Taking Diabetes Drugs Should Be Aware of a Potential Increased Pancreatic Cancer Health Risk That May Be Caused by Incretin Class Diabetic Drugs by Texas Diabetes Pancreatic Cancer

Diabetes Pancreatic Cancer Health Alert: Persons Taking Diabetes Drugs Should Be Aware of a Potential Increased Pancreatic Cancer Health Risk That May Be Caused by Incretin Class Diabetic Drugs by Texas Diabetes Pancreatic Cancer Lawyer Jason S. Coomer

Recent scientific studies have shown that several diabetes drugs may cause an increased risk of pancreatic cancer.  Persons taking Januvia, Janument, Victoza, Byetta, Onglyza, Tradjenta, Bydureon, Oseni, and other diabetes drugs should be aware of the potential dangers.  If you have been taking a diabetes drug and have been diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer or you have lost a loved one that was taking a diabetes drug and was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, please report the adverse action to the prescribing medical doctor and FDA as soon as possible. 

For more information on pancreatic cancer health risks to diabetics, please go to the following web page: Pancreatic Cancer Health Risk Warning: Incretin Class Diabetic Drugs May Cause Increase Risk of Pancreatic Cancer.

Pancreatic Cancer Detection: Understanding and Identifying Symptoms of Pancreatic Cancer Can Be Important In Early Detection and Treatment of Pancreatic Cancer Resulting in Higher Pancreatic Cancer Survival Rates

Symptoms of pancreatic cancer can include: dark urine and clay-colored stools, fatigue and weakness, jaundice (a yellow color in the skin, mucus membranes, or eyes), loss of appetite and weight loss, nausea and vomiting, pain or discomfort in the upper part of the belly or abdomen, back pain, blood clots, diarrhea, and indigestion.  Diabetics who start experiencing these symptoms and are on incretin diabetes drugs should immediately contact their health care provider.

The Most Common Type of Pancreatic Cancer is Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma Which Includes About 90% of Cases of Pancreatic Cancer: Pancreactic Adenocarcinoma is a Form of Exocrine Pancreas Cancer

The most common kind of pancreatic cancer is pancreatic adenocarcinoma and includes about 90% of the cases of pancreatic cancer.  Pancreatic adenocarcinoma is a cancerous overgrowth of exocrine pancreatic cells and is unfortunately commonly undetected until it is too late for the patient.  Pancreatic adenocarcinoma because of late detection can often result a fatal diagnosis with very limited survival time. Other forms of exocrine pancreas cancer include: intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasm (IPMN), adenosquamous carcinomas, acinar cell carcinomas, mucinous cystadenocarcinomas, signet ring cell carcinomas, hepatoid carcinomas, colloid carcinomas, undifferentiated carcinomas, pancreatoblastomas, and undifferentiated carcinomas with osteoclast-like giant cells.