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Speaking about bus drivers and using cell phones while driving is not limited to talking. Apart from the ban on cell phone use for making calls, bus drivers are also banned from text messaging while driving, which is considered a primary law, as well. This also means that an officer may sanction a bus driver for texting, even if you haven’t had any other traffic violation....

So let’s talk about talking or texting on your cell while driving. Did you know that in 2013 distracted driving was documented as the primary reason for 23% of all car crashes in the United States? This breaks down to daily more than 9 people that are killed and more than 1,153 people are injured in crashes that are reported to involve a distracted driver. Generally speaking, distracted driving falls into three main categories: visual (taking your eyes off the road), manual (taking your hands off the wheel) and cognitive (taking your mind off of driving).   Nationally, the laws on hand-held...

CONGRATULATIONS to Heather Tessmer for winning "Most Improved Company" at the 2015 TAB San Antonio Awards! The Alternative Board (TAB) is is a membership organization of business owners and CEOs who assist each other in transforming their businesses. TAB offers board meetings, coaching sessions, strategic planning assistance, seminars, etc. to help businesses grow and improve operations. For more information about TAB, check out www.tabsanantonio.com. ...

Mentoring and coaching the next generation of attorneys is important to Tessmer Law Firm, PLLC. Heather Tessmer recently led a Q&A session with students from Western New England University School of Law. The school’s Alternative Spring Break Club, a group of law students devoted to public service, spent their Spring Break in San Antonio, working with the Refugee & Immigrant Center for Education & Legal Services (RAICES), Community Justice Program and Catholic Charities, Archdiocese of San Antonio, Inc. One of these students is a former paralegal of Tessmer Law Firm, Brittany Hinojosa. She is now a second-year law student at Western...

Thank you to NAWBO-SA for the honor of selecting our own Heather Tessmer as the March Member of the Month - and to San Antonio Woman Magazine for sponsoring the March "In The Spotlight" recognition.  As a NAWBO-SA Member since 2013, native Texan Heather Tessmer, owner of Tessmer Law Firm, PLLC, has brought her version of bold, legal expertise to San Antonio and the surrounding area.  The iconic billboards, "Ever Argue with a Woman?" say it with a grittiness that brands the firm's strength in representation of their clients. For more information visit www.nawbosa.org Enjoy San Antonio's own iconic magazine designed for...

  Many thanks to Cynthia Hartwig at twopens.com for the wonderful article about our billboards and marketing campaign! See the complete article here:  http://twopens.com/how-to-target-an-audience-texas-style/#more-5194  ...

Tessmer Law Firm is out and about this cold Tuesday morning, attending local business development workshops to help make us BETTER for our clients! Cynthia Smith and Tammy Fisher attended the San Antonio Business Journal's Sunrise Seminar this morning. The topic of the day was overcoming stress and procrastination, presented by Cheryl Jones of www.simplythebestresults.com Heather Tessmer is at Building Business Excellence, hosted by http://sasbdc.org/. Building Business Excellence is a 7-week course based on the popular Values Based Leadership model of http://www.holtdevelopment.com/...

On Tuesday, February 3rd, Heather Tessmer and Tammy Fisher attended the NFIB Small Business Day at the Texas Capitol as part of the NAWBO San Antonio group. Following an informative session that included a speech from Governor Greg Abbott, the ladies visited their legislators to discuss policies that affect small businesses in Texas. Small business makes up more than 96% of all the businesses in Texas. Make certain your voice is heard by checking out www.nfib.com and www.nawbosa.org   Heather Tessmer and Tammy Fisher of Tessmer Law Firm, PLLC with Governor Greg Abbott The NAWBO San Antonio group with Governor Gregg Abbott...

The wreck was not your fault but the other side refuses to pay.  Now what?  Well hopefully you have notified your own insurance company.  Under your own collision coverage, your insurer will see that your car is repaired, although you will have to pay your deductible.   Your insurance company will then seek to recover the money they spent on your repairs, plus your deductible, from the other insurance company. Most of the time, the companies can work things out amongst themselves, but sometimes they agree to go into arbitration.  In this case, both sides present their evidence and an independent mediator decides...