Joshua P. Davis Recognized for Top Verdict

Davis Law Group has made the list of the top 100 plaintiff jury verdicts in Texas for 2019. Throughout the past four years, DLG has had five Top 100 Texas Verdicts. We are very proud of this accomplishment and look forward to making it five ...

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Congratulations to the Newest Member of the Texas Bar

Davis Law Group proudly congratulates Austin Campbell for becoming the newest member of the Texas Bar. Austin joined DLG in 2019 as a law clerk following his graduation from University of Texas Law Center. He is now a practicing associate at...

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Appellate Lawyer of the Week

I posted an email earlier from a lawyer, Paul Levy, skeptical of Shirley Sherrod’s claims against Andrew Breitbart.

A Houston trial lawyer, Josh Davis, emails to make the opposite case:

If you make a review of defamation case l...

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Josh Davis is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law

Josh Davis is proud to be Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Personal Injury Trial Law.  This certificate of special competence is awarded to an attorney who has an extensive knowledge of the law of evidence, proced...

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Families of Victims Shawn Williams, Jr. and Shay Hollingshead to File Suit Tuesday

Houston, Texas (February 4th, 2013) — On October 19, 2012, high school students, Shawn Williams, Jr. (age 16) and Shay Hollingshead (age 17) had just left work for the day and were waiting for a red light to turn green at the intersection of...

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Williams/Hollingshead v. City of Baytown

“Police officers, as professionals, must exercise professional judgment.” – Josh Davis

Houston, Texas (February 5th, 2013) — Today the Williams and the Hollingshead families filed their lawsuit against the City of Ba...

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Sanctions Against Insurer Sought After Fatal Crash

The plaintiffs in a gross negligence case are taking aim at a major insurance company by adding it as a defendant in their petition, alleging that the company’s captive counsel misstated the law to a state district court to avoid covering a ...

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Courthouse News Services Discusses Vitale Family’s Loss The Worst That Could Happen

HOUSTON (CN) – In a horrible, Rube Goldberg-type lawsuit, a family claims a nurse dropped a patient trying to get him into a heart testing machine, breaking his collar bone and shoulder blade and triggering his fatal heart a...

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Prospective Client Sues Baker Botts, Alleges Confidential Email Sent to His Employer

A former Texas state employee who alleges he contacted Baker Botts about a potential whistleblower claim filed a negligence suit against the firm, alleging that he was fired from his job after the firm forwarded his “confidential email&rdquo...

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Fired TCEQ Investigator: Law Firm Triggered Dismissal

A former Texas environmental investigator tried to blow the whistle on his employer. But instead of helping him, a high-profile Texas law firm tattled on him, he said, triggering a battle that could roil the state’s legal community.

K...

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Toledo diabetic 1 of plaintiffs in service-dog case Family paid $15,000 for alleged ‘alert dog’ that was untrained

A Toledo woman is one of more than a dozen plaintiffs in a Texas lawsuit against a service-dog trainer after what was supposed to be huge relief turned into a nightmare.

Ashley Kinstler, 22, has Type I diabetes, a condition where her body d...

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Have you been injured in a GM Malibu recall-related accident?

Dori’s story: on October 18, 2005 Adam Powledge was driving his four children, Isaac, Rachel, Christian, and Jacob to school in the family’s 2004 Chevrolet Malibu. As Adam approached the 4600 block of I-45 North near the intersection o...

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$15,000 Diabetic Alert Dog Vendors Called Frauds

AUSTIN, Texas (CN) – An alleged nonprofit in Texas charged up to $15,000 for diabetic alert dogs that were not trained or never delivered, 18 customers claim in court.

Sahayonara Carachure et al. sued Jasper, Texas-ba...

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Old Convictions, New Questions as Car Flaws Raise Doubts

Lakisha Ward-Green spent three months in jail after she lost control of her Chevrolet Cobalt, killing her teenage passenger.

Last week, a Pennsylvania judge, citing “newly discovered evidence” erased her guilty plea. The new evi...

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Plaintiffs in Williams, et al. v. City of Baytown, et al. Amend Their Lawsuit to Include PROGRESSIVE INSURANCE

On Monday, September 16, 2013, Plaintiffs Shawn Williams, Sr. and Pleshette Williams, individually, and as Representatives of the Estate of Shawn Williams, Jr., Joe Hollingshead, Shay Hollingshead, and Marlene Hawkinson filed their Fourth Amended ...

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Family calls for city action after son’s drowning

NOLANVILLE — During a brief ceremony filled with smiles and tears, about 30 friends and family members gathered at Cavazos Elementary School on Wednesday afternoon to dedicate a playground bench in honor of a boy who lost hi...

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Parents Demand Action Following Son’s Drowning in Summer Floods

NOLANVILLE — The family of an 11-year-old Nolanville boy who drowned in June, is demanding the city make changes to the site where he died.

During a press conference at the Bell County Courthouse Thursday, the parents...

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Family of drowning victim wants City of Nolanville to take action

NOLANVILLE – A local family wants the City of Nolanville to take action months after their son died in floods.

Rebecca and Melvin Natal’s son would have been 12 years old on Thursday.

On June 17, Matthew ...

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Nolanville to Put Signs at Site Where Boy Died

NOLANVILLE — City officials are starting a storm water safety initiative, beginning with placing fences and signs in the area where an 11-year-old boy became trapped in June.

On Monday night, Nolanville City Council m...

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GM Ignition Nightmare Won’t Go Away, for Victims or Company

Note: While Josh Davis Law Firm is not mentioned explicitly in the article, they represent one of the plaintiffs, Zachary Stevens.

Zachary Stevens was a teenager headed to bible study when his Saturn Sky shot across a Texas...

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Case Story: Wall v. State Farm Lloyds

For over 3 years Charles and Cecilia Wall fought State Farm for insurance proceeds that rightfully belonged to them. And Davis Law Group was happy to join their fight and to win.

In Wall v. State Farm Lloyds, State Farm wrongfully denied th...

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GM Seeks to Extend Win Streak in Texas Ignition-Switch Trial

Originally Appeared on Bloomberg.com

General Motors Co. has put two civil trials...

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GM CEO Barra Tells Jury Company Flubbed Fatal Ignition Flaw

Originally Appeared on Bloomberg.com

General Motors Co. failed to designate a fla...

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Davis Law Group scores $72K verdict in hail suit against State Farm

Originally Appeared On: SE Texas Record

HIDALGO COUNTY – The Davis Law Group re...

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Couple Settles Suit Against Baker Botts Over Shared Email

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The plaintiffs who sued Baker ...

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Baker Botts Settles Suit Over Texas State Employee’s Firing

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Law360, Houston (November 16, 2016, 8:12 PM EST) — Baker B...

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Looking for Lawyer Cost Man His Job

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Kent Langerlan and his then-girlfriend Audra Benoit, ...

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Dr. Tinyan Okunbo vs. Texas Armoring Corporation

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The Davis Law Group is proud to announce that a unanimous jury returned a verdic...

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Davis Law Group Celebrates 7-Year Anniversary

For the past seven years, our firm has been able to dedicate our lives to helping clients seek and find the justice they deserve. A day worth celebrating became even more momentous when our clients prevailed in their appeals at the Texas Supreme C...

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