Majed Nachawati, a co-founder of Fears | Nachawati Law Firm, recently completed a three month term as The Grand Jury Foreman of a Dallas County Grand Jury.  In honor of the fine job the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office does on a daily basis, Mr. Nachawati has donated 100% of the income he received to The Texas Crime Victims’ Compensation Fund. The CVC is administered by the Office of the Attorney General and is dedicated to ensuring that victims of violent crime are provided financial assistance for crime-related expenses that cannot be reimbursed by insurance or other sources. 

www.texasattorneygeneral.gov/cvs/crime-victims-compensation

 

In the early morning hours last Saturday a resident of a South Side apartment building in San Antonio, Texas, was stabbed repeatedly in the torso. The bad news is that the unidentified victim in his 40s faces potentially life-threatening injuries. The good news is that he was taken to University Hospital and is now under careful medical observation.

 

Stabbings happen all to often in Texas, as many residents know. What many crime victims don’t know, however, is that violent crime, such as a stabbing or shooting, give rise not only to a criminal cause of action pursued by law enforcement, but also a civil cause of action that victims may pursue to recovery monetarily. In some cases, civil damage awards can exceed a million dollars!

 

If you or a loved one have been injured as a result of a violent act, you need to speak not only to local police, but also to personal injury experts at Fears | Nachawati. Our experience and expertise can provide you and your loved ones with the justice you want! For a free consultation, call 1.866.705.7584 or email info@fnlawfirm.com

Tragically, it’s not. Every year, 213,000 Americans are victims of sexual assault. That’s an average of a sexual assault every two minutes. Of course, many of these occur at the workplace. To make matters worse, 60 percent of assaults go unreported and 15 out of 16 rapists will never spend a day jail.

 

Workplace sexual assault occurs in every town and industry. For instance, just this week a former, female employee for KBR Inc. and Halliburton Co. filed suit against her former employer for a rape that occurred at work. According to the victim’s attorney, KBR and Halliburton have a long history of failing to protect workers from sexual assault.

 

Have you been the victim of a sexual assault? It’s understandable why you wouldn’t want to go to the police. A flood of emotions – anger, embarrassment and uncertainty, to name just a few – often attend sexually related crimes. Nevertheless, it’s important to stand up for your rights. Talk to the experts at Fears | Nachawati. We understand that you’re hurting. We can help. Just call 1.866.705.7584 or send an email to info@fnlawfirm.com

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 900,000 Americans are dedicated to a noble calling: fighting crime. Tragically, the Police Officers Safety Association reports that about 150 police officers die in the line of duty every year. To the surprise of many, the vast majority of these deaths isn’t caused by gunfire, but traffic stops. In fact, since 2001, 154 officers have lost their lives during otherwise routine traffic stops. In Texas alone, 22 officers have died during traffic stops since January of 2010.

 

Does your loved one serve in a local police department? If so, he or she needs to be aware of the risks they face in the line of duty, including the very real threat they incur during traffic stops. If they’ve been injured, they should call the personal injury experts at Fears | Nachawati. Years of experience and committed expertise have taught us how to best defend their legal interests. We want to help! For a free consultation, just call 1.866.705.7584 or send an email to info@fnlawfirm.com. Make the call today!

Donald Leeroy Ballard, a Little League umpire near Houston, Texas, lured a 16-year-old child into his residence with the promise of food and video games. Once inside the home, Ballard sexually assaulted the child. Given Mr. Ballard’s relatively high interaction with teenage boys throughout Liberty County, the Liberty County Sheriff’s Office was concerned that Ballard might have sexually assaulted other children as well.

 

Ballard will be subject to criminal charges, however, he also will likely face tort allegations, too. Victims deserve their day in court and they need legal advisors capable of defending their rights. If you or a loved one has been the victim of a crime such as battery, theft, or sexual assault, contact the legal advisors at Fears | Nachawati. Call at 1.866.705.7584 or send an email to info@fnlawfirm.com. We can help you!