I'm Attorney Michael Grossman. When I hear about accidents, I use this blog to write about them and provide a lawyer's perspective. What can I say? When you're a hammer lawyer everything looks like a nail.
As a Texas attorney practicing for 25 years, I have litigated all manner of wrongful death cases. I use this blog as a place to write opinion / editorial articles on a variety of topics that catch my interest and as a means of sharing news stories relevant to wrongful death accidents.
I think the overwhelming majority of people are unaware just how common these types of accidents are and I hope this blog raises awareness to a rather serious public safety concern. However, this blog is simply a means for me to share my opinions and I would recommend that anyone who is considering seeking legal counsel should contact their family attorney.
Lake Travis, TX — In addition to many arrests and incidents that the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department responded to over the holiday weekend, a young girl was fatally injured at Lake Travis after an accident that apparently involved a “boat equipment malfunction.” The girl who died was identified as 5-year old Hailey Falk and the accident happened around 3:00 p.m. on Saturday on Lake Travis, July 4, 2015. Read Full Post ‹Boat “Malfunction” Led to Death of Hailey Falk at Lake Travis, Texas DPW Officials Say
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