A Soccer Love Story

                Love comes in many forms, and we believe this Valentine’s Day it is important to recognize it. We see it everyday with our clients. We see it with our clients who try to provide a roof over their families’ heads even when their insurance company will not pay them to replace the roof after a storm.  We see it […]

    Cossette Callahan joins Brasher Law Firm

    We are so pleased to announce the addition of Cossette Callahan to the Brasher Law Firm team! Cossette comes to us with almost 2 decades of paralegal experience. She is a board certified paralegal in civil trial law, and an active member of the State Bar of Texas — Paralegal Division. She was the lead paralegal on an insurance docket […]

    Does the New Tax Reform Law Affect You? Find out!

    Almost a year ago, President Trump signed into law the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, or the new tax reform law. Tax rates reduced for many people. However, the new law also changed the way taxable income is calculated. Accordingly, the amount of taxes that is withheld from your paycheck may change. The IRS developed a withholding calculator for people […]

    Brasher Law Firm Takes on the City of Beaumont & Officer for Wrongful Shooting

    On October 12, 2018, The Brasher Law Firm, PLLC alongside Weller, Green, Toups, & Terrell, LLP, on behalf of James “Chad” York, Sandy Lynn Winfrey York, and Loreal Fultz as the independent administrator of the Estate of Chaz Logan York filed suit against the City of Beaumont and Chase Aaron Welch for the wrongful shooting of Chaz Logan York in […]

    Early Voting Underway for Nov. 2018 Elections

    Early voting has begun for the Texas November 2018 midterm elections. Early voting will continue until Friday, November 2, 2018. During early voting, you can cast your ballot at any polling location that is open during early voting. Jefferson County: For Jefferson County residents, you can cast your ballot and vote early at the following polling locations. The polling locations […]

    Different Types Of Insurance That Relate To Hurricane Harvey

    A Quick Summary of Relevant Law DIFFERENT TYPES OF INSURANCE THAT RELATE TO HURRICANE HARVEY With Hurricane Harvey there have been a lot of questions about different types of coverages available to people to compensate them for their losses.  Starting with the 130mph winds in Rockport and Corpus Christi to the floods in Houston to who knows what in the […]

    What are Long Term Care Policies? Part I of II

    A popular insurance product that is currently being pushed to us is long term care policies. I just recently received an email from my college suggesting I look into this. My college joined with an insurance company to promote this product to its alumni. At the same time, I am reviewing my mother’s finances as my father recently passed. She […]

    What Happened to the 7th Amendment?

    The Seventh Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, part of the Bill of Rights, guaranteed the right to a trial by jury in civil cases where the disputed amount exceeds $20. It states further: “no fact tried by a jury, shall be otherwise examined in any court of the United States, than according to the rules of the common law.” I […]

    Attorney Fees – Who Pays Them in Insurance Case?

    In the course of my career, I have spent about half my professional time working on cases that do not allow for the recovery of attorney fees against the defendant and half where it does. In any event, I have exclusively represented people on a “contingency fee” basis — meaning, if I am not successful (either in settlement or trial), […]