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The owner of a tiger that had been strolling around a Texas neighborhood has been arrested according to an NBC 5 DFW article from May 11th which states,

“A man whose tiger was found wandering around a Houston neighborhood Sunday night has been arrested, police say. The tiger’s whereabouts are still unknown.

A neighbor says families spotted the tiger lounging in the front yard of a home while out on an evening walk.

Video of the encounter shows the tiger walking toward a Waller County sheriff’s deputy who lives in the neighborhood.”

Texas seems to have a history of tigers getting out and roaming around neighborhoods according to another NBC 5 DFW article from February 24th, 2021 which reports,

“A six-month-old, 60-pound pet tiger found during winter weather last week near San Antonio has a new home in Henderson County.

The Humane Society of the U.S. said the tiger was found wearing a harness, indicating she was someone’s pet, and was placed at a local wildlife rehab center until the weather warmed up enough for her to be transferred.

The tiger, now named Elsa, is now living at the Cleveland Armory Black Beauty Ranch in Murchison.”

There are strict rules which govern the owning of an exotic animal as a pet in Texas. The animals must be registered with the city or county animal control office, but it is left up to local government to enforce these rules and either regulate or ban this practice.



Manufacturing is one of the largest industries in the U.S. Roughly 10 percent of the U.S. workforce works in manufacturing. During the manufacturing process, the heavy equipment and chemicals that are used can be hazardous unless proper safety procedures are followed.

Factory jobs account for a large percentage or workplace injuries. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, over 30 percent of all injuries happened in the manufacturing sector. These are often caused by falls, contact with objects or equipment, overexertion or repetitive motion, exposure to chemicals, and malfunctions by heavy machinery.

It is the responsibility of the factory supervisor and people in management positions to insure that the manufacturing equipment is safe and that all equipment is functioning as it supposed to. Employees must also be properly trained to use the machinery. Workplace injuries are more likely to happen when safety takes a second place to production.

If you have been injured in an accident in a factory in Dallas, you have legal options. You may be entitled to recover worker’s compensation, which will cover your medical expenses and a portion of your lost wages. You may also be able to recover compensation pain and suffering and other damage through a personal injury lawsuit.

Call a skilled workplace attorney at the Barber Law Firm at 972-231-5800 if you have been injured in an accident in a factory in the Dallas area. We can help. Call us today to learn more or to schedule your free consultation.



It’s been estimated that Americans take over 100 billion trips on elevators each year. While elevators are very convenient, if they are not properly maintained, they can cause serious accidents or even death. There are an estimated 10,000 serious injuries due to elevators in the United States, and dozens of people are killed.

Most of the injuries that occur in elevators happen while the passengers are getting in and out of the elevator. It’s common for people to trip and fall when entering or leaving an elevator, particularly if the car does not properly stop, and is therefore not aligned with the floor. Although most elevators have safety features designed to prevent doors from closing on a person, these safety features can sometimes malfunction, causing injuries. Elevators can sometimes rapidly drop, throwing passengers around and resulting in serious injuries.

The elderly and small children are most at risk of being injured in an elevator. Elderly individuals are more prone to be hurt in a fall, and over half of the elevator-related injuries that require medical attention and involve the elderly are due to trips or falls. Children are also at risk, and their injuries typically involve the arms, hands, or fingers.

Although there are strict laws regulating elevator safety and maintenance, in some cases those laws are ignored. If a person is injured in an elevator because of poor maintenance, or non-functioning safety features, the injured individual could have grounds for a personal injury case. The building owner, the elevator’s manufacturer, or the maintenance company could be held liable for injuries.

If you have been injured by a defective elevator, call the Dallas-Fort Worth personal injury attorneys at The Barber Law Firm. We can help you hold the responsible party legally liable for your injuries. Call today to learn more or to schedule a free consultation on your case.

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