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Ahmed Mohamed

Ahmed Mohamed’s Story

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Our job as Ahmed’s lawyers is to make sure his story is told.  Everyone has their own story about who they are.  Below is Ahmed’s:

Ahmed’s Family

Ahmed Mohamed is a fourteen-year-old boy. He is an African American Muslim and a citizen of the United States. He has a mother, a father, four sisters and a brother. His father is Mohamed Elhassan Mohamed, an immigrant from Sudan who is also a United States citizen.Read More

Who is the Best Car Wreck Lawyer for Me?

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When you’re injured in a car wreck you want the best car wreck lawyer around. Makes sense. You wouldn’t want the second best heart surgeon performing your triple bypass so why should you settle for the second best car wreck lawyer? But, what makes someone the best car wreck lawyer? Experience? Catchy ads? A winning smile? We’ve tried to compile a list of traits and attributes you should look for when searching for the best car wreck lawyer. They are in no particular order but some are more important than others.Read More

Car Accident No License

In a Car Accident With No License?

I often get asked how someone not having a license affects a car wreck. First off, just because you didn’t have a license doesn’t mean you don’t have a valid claim or lose your case.

Ultimately, though, it depends on a few things:

  1. who was it that didn’t have the license;
  2. what were the circumstances of the wreck (i.e. how did the wreck happen);
  3. why didn’t you or the other person have a license?

These are a few questions that will help start this discussion. So, keep these and mind as we move forward. Also, assume for purposes of this discussion that a lawsuit will be filed, and thus, we will ultimately have to present this case to a jury will decide how much money to award and a judge who will have to rule on whether or not the jury gets to hear whether someone had a license or not. (Please note that only about 10% of cases go to trial, but as a personal injury lawyer, we always evaluate scenarios and cases as if they were going to trial. It allows us to come up with a possible percentage of success and value the case).

Now, let’s apply the questions and assumptions to a few different situations.Read More

Team Rucked Up

Carry the Load – Team Rucked Up

Carry the Load | Team Rucked Up: Cody Phipps, Kenny, Chris Stoy, Susan Hutchison, Ellen LoBue

Sponsored by Stoy Law Group, PLLC

Susan and Chris joined Team Rucked Up for the Carry the Load Challenge at Rverchon Park in Dallas, Texas on Memorial weekend. The goal was to honor our fallen soldiers and raise money for the Carry the Load organization. Carry the Load in a non-profit organization that provides ways to honor those who dedicate their lives to keeping our nation safe. Since 2011, $6.1 million of the funds raised has gone to organizations that provide services for our nation’s heroes. People could participate in a march either individually or in teams.Read More

Baylor Rape Case

Baylor Title IX Suit

The law firm of Stoy Law Group, PLLC, along with the Zalkin Law Firm, PC, represent Jasmin Hernandez, a Baylor University student who was raped by a Baylor football player while she was a student at the university.

Jasmin has filed suit for Baylor’s deliberate indifference to both the sexual assault by the student athlete as well as deliberate indifference to the consequences of the assault upon Jasmin.
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The Dangers of Keyless Ignitions

Imagine this scenario. You’re a mother of three children. You arrive home from the grocery store, pull into the garage, shut the garage door behind you, hit the off button on your keyless ignition (you think), unload the kids and groceries, and head inside. Nothing to be afraid of there, right?

Well, what if your child’s room or play area is near the entrance to the garage access door? And what if you didn’t push the off-key on your keyless ignition hard enough, or you forgot since you’re not really used to using a key FAB?
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