Articles Tagged with Combine

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Guest and Gray, P.C. is not only the largest law firm in Kaufman county, we are one of the only full service law firms this side of Dallas. We are the firm to call if you have been injured in an accident, have child custody or divorce questions, need an estate plan or Will, have been sued under a contract or other breach of duty, and many more. Guest and Gray, P.C. has nine attorneys and over 100 years of combined legal experience.

We are trial seasoned and trial ready attorneys who are ready and willing to fight for your rights. Whether it be fighting for Kaufman county residents against forced annexation or fighting voter fraud in our local elections, Guest and Gray, P.C. is here for our local community in ways that no other law firm has done before. We have represented literally thousands of local residents in both civil and criminal matters. No one else can say that. That is why we are the largest and highest rated law firm in Kaufman county.

Guest and Gray: The Largest and Most Highly Rated Local Law Firm

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CatastrophicInjuryPicIn the field of catastrophic injury law, we are often confronted with the question, “What makes an injury catastrophic?” This seems like a reasonable thing to ask, especially since the term “catastrophic injury” can occur in a variety of contexts, from truck and auto accidents, to work place injuries, to prime time television.

The reality is that I can only provide you with a working definition that is widely used by fellow lawyers and also in the medical community. There is no statute or case law that really buttons down what a catastrophic injury is simply because it can take so many shapes.

Catastrophic Injury Typically Means a Permanent Impairment

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traffic-highway-80-300x142Kaufman County is in a weird transitional phase from being a historically rural county with numerous small tightly knit communities to a more commercialized suburban sprawl where the ends of one city meet another.

When many of us originally moved to the area, we did so to “get away” from the sped up lifestyle of the city. However, being good Texans, we embraced the opportunities for economic growth and now Kaufman county is seeing not only incredible growth, but growth that is picking up speed.

Although much of Kaufman county is still rural, with county roads that are lined with small country neighborhoods and small to mid-sized working ranches. However, our cities are becoming bustling centers of commerce and those cities are encroaching on the county roads. Driving down FM 2757, you can see houses over the low rolling hills where Heartland is encroaching on one of the last remaining vestiges of Kaufman county’s relatively untouched beauty. Forney’s population is exploding. Terrell is showing everyone how business and planning for the future is done. Kaufman is growing. Even Crandall and other oft forgotten about areas of our county such as Kemp, Elmo, Warsaw, Talty, all of these areas are seeing growth (the author is from Combine- does anybody remember that Combine is actually a part of Kaufman County?).