Information for injured persons and Social Security disability claimants in Texas and throughout the United States. By Robert A. Kraft
About My Blog
The purpose of this blog is to provide information to people who have been injured due to negligence, and to those who have filed for Social Security disability benefits, or who are considering filing for Social Security disability benefits.
Our Dallas, Texas personal injury and Social Security disability lawyers want to help. To find answers to your questions, please use the Google search box or the Categories list below. If you still don't find what you need, just send an e-mail to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll get right back to you.
Texas Community Building with Attorney Resources ("Texas C-BAR") is the only project of its kind in Texas, providing free business law services across the state to community-based nonprofits developing affordable housing and other much-needed services in low-income communities. Texas C-BAR was founded in 2000 with the support of the Texas Bar Foundation and continues as a successful program today due to the support we receive from more than 45 law firms, hundreds of volunteer attorneys, the State Bar, and numerous other funders and participants.
"...dedicated to providing direct, personal service to victims and their families throughout Texas as well as assisting those outside our state to the best of our ability. It is our goal to assure victims that they are not left behind at the crime scene, but can be involved, if desired, in all parts of the criminal justice system."
The Texas Civil Rights Project is a noble enterprise dedicated to preserving and protecting the rights of minorities in Texas. As they say on their Web site:
For 15 years, the Texas Civil Rights Project has been a tireless advocate for racial, social and economic equality in Texas, through its education and litigation programs.
Some of the Achievements We are Most Proud of:
Handled more than 700 cases Futureed 7 Human Rights reports on issues such as hate crimes and the death penalty Compiled five “self-help” manuals Futureed 300 opinion editorials in Texas newspapers Given 200 speeches and talks on civil rights Conducted community and lawyer trainings for more than 22,000 persons