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RBGWe at the Law Office of Robert B. Goss, P.C. are delighted to announce that our principal and founder, Bob Goss, is being honored this month in the December 2015 edition of Houstonia Magazine as one of Houstonia’sTop Lawyers of 2015.”

Houstonia Magainze partners with Avvo, the well-known attorney rating and review site, to identify lawyers who merit inclusion in the Houstonia “Top Lawyers” list.  Avvo uses a proprietary algorithm which factors in professionalism variables such as peer endorsement, attorney experience, education, training, public speaking, publishing, and awards.  Reader nominations and Houstonia Magazine’s own editorial review of nominee’s accomplishments are important additional considerations. Continue reading

homeless-1254833On June 1, 2015, Houston announced it has effectively ended chronic Veteran homelessness.  Houston Mayor Annise Parker’s dramatic statement came a mere year after Houston rolled up its collective sleeves and decided to face down two enemies most active-duty troops never anticipate: homelessness and its boon companion, hopelessness.

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) estimates that, as of September 30, 2014 (a year ago), Texas as a whole had approximately 1.68 million Veterans. Houston is the 4th largest city in the United States.  It has an impressively large Veteran population – the 2nd largest in the United States – numbering around 300,000.   The office of Houston Mayor Annise Parker estimates an additional 3,000 Veterans return to Houston every year.  So, how did Houston deliver such a knock-down punch to the large and notoriously resilient foe of homelessness?  Continue reading

Many veteran’s suffer from Hepatitis C. A horrible disease with no cure, until maybe now.

A few weeks ago I met and discussed Hepatitis C with a Bristol drug representative who discussed how the new Hep C medicines were actually curing people with Hep C.

The following article discusses some of what the represenative stated

Today, the Alamo fell to the Mexican Army under the command of General Santa Ana.

After holding off a far numerically superior army for 13 days the final assault began shortly after midnight. Using darkness and a calm the Mexican army crept close to the Alamo, and at approximately 0530 began the final assault. By 0630 all the Texican forces, defenders of liberty were dead.

The Texas defenders and Army, however, won the war 6 weeks later as Gen. Sam Houston defeated Gen. Santa Ana and his army at San Jacinto, TX.

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