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April 18, 2014By 0 Comments

Odessa Law Practice Retain Gerald Fugit at his Odessa law practice if you need to settle a dispute with an employer or an employee.  If you have a serious automobile accident, he will guide you through the process for a satisfactory settlement. Do you have a contract that needs to be drawn up? He’ll take care of it.

Are you in  need of a divorce or need to end a  domestic partnership ?  Gerald Fugit has years of experience.

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His advice will help solve your problems. He has over 60 years of experience. His Odessa law practice staff is top of the line too!

Mr. Fugit can handle all  “General Law Practice” cases. General practice attorneys can set up a power of attorney, develop wills, provide legal advice, make appeals, and achieve settlements. He can take on a variety of cases, from personal injury to medical malpractice to insurance.  If necessary, he can represent you in a court of law.

He is not a “process lawyer” –  who would elevate legal procedures and process over YOU – the Client. His goal is to quickly and cost effectively solve your problems or settle the deal. Although he has a law practice right here in Odessa, Texas, he has advocated for clients throughout the state of Texas and will be happy to travel to represent you.

It can be difficult to define Wisdom, but people generally recognize it when they encounter it. It involves an integration of knowledge, experience, and deep understanding that incorporates tolerance for the uncertainties of life as well as its ups and downs. There’s an awareness of how things play out over time, and it confers a sense of balance.

Wise people generally share an optimism that life’s problems can be solved and they experience a certain amount of calm when they face difficult decisions. Intelligence itself isn’t enough. A capable law practice attorney needs an ability to see the big picture and achieve a sense of proportion and fairness.

He has the experience and  the wisdom!!  Gerald Fugit will expedite the process and you will be satisfied.

 

 

GERALD FUGIT @ 432-301-9252
Odessa Law Practice

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Breakfast in Texas

June 5, 2012By 2 Comments

Normally we’re serious an’ all on this website. Couldn’t resist putting this on the blog. This is an amazing video that shows a neat-o couple that feeds the deer breakfast in Texas. It’s almost too amazing to believe how these deer just mosey up to the table and start slurping up their gruel (a mixture of corn and “Record Rack Professional Deer Feed”). It has a proprietary nutrient formulation and includes protein, lysine, fat and vitamins.

This is from the Pryce’s in Kingsland, Texas. They have a website that’s displayed prominently on the video – so I thought that I would plug them as well. You can go here or type it in yourself. Your choice. Evidently,  Prince Charles thinks that Alison Pryce is swell too. There’s a pic on their blog. He thanks her for her work with Welsh music in California.

I did enjoy how friendly these deer were. There were many cautionary tales when this video was posted. They ranged from:

“What a really fast way to get a prion disease! Prion diseases are usually rapidly progressive and always fatal. Or a brucella infection. You can get TB or lyme disease from deer. Did you see the woman petting the deer and then picking up her toast? Isn’t it DEER?”

To:

“This is a neat thing to watch, however, it is also very sad to me. I counted 17 deer give or take. That is 17 deer that are going to associate humans with food, and 17 deer who are going to associate human deer hunters as a food source. The point is, it is a wonderful thing to observe wild life in the wild, however when you begin to interfere, as these people have, the outcome is never good. Judging from the other posts, it is not even necessary for me to mention the threat the deer pose to the people. Please ENJOY wild life, but do so from a distance.”

To:

“That’s very cute! but the problem is, these animals are wild. They need to get their own food. If you keep feeding them, they will teach there kids how to beg instead of get food on their own. then they will starve when your not there to feed them.”

Although I think this is heartwarming video, I would never feed wild animals for all of the reasons stated above.  No matter what you think, be sure and watch this video to see the animals eat breakfast in Texas.

Let us know what you think!

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