Personal Injury

Top Questions to Ask a Personal Injury Attorney

Posted in Personal Injury on April 19, 2021

After an accident, you may have grounds to file a lawsuit or insurance claim against the at-fault party and recover compensation for your injuries. However, navigating the personal injury litigation process can be difficult without an attorney on your side. Choosing the right lawyer to handle your claim can be a challenge, but asking the… read more


Negligence Laws in Texas

Posted in Personal Injury on March 12, 2021

Texas personal injury lawsuits rely on the concept of negligence, or an individual’s failure to uphold his or her duty of care. To secure compensation in a personal injury claim, you will need to provide clear evidence establishing the defendant’s negligence. However, liability is not always clear in personal injury claims; in some cases, the… read more


Mistakes to Avoid When Negotiating a Car Accident Settlement

Posted in Motor Vehicle Accidents,Personal Injury on March 2, 2021

In Texas, thousands of people suffer injuries in car accidents each year. Since the state follows a fault insurance system, these victims have the right to collect compensation for their injuries if another driver is responsible for the accident. To secure this compensation, however, these victims will likely need to negotiate with an insurance adjuster…. read more


What to Do After a Car Accident to Help Your Injury Claim

Posted in Motor Vehicle Accidents,Personal Injury on February 23, 2021

The moments after a car accident can feel overwhelming. You may have severe injuries, be concerned about the safety of your passengers, and worry about the state of your vehicle. You may also worry about how you will be able to pay for the losses you endured in the crash, such as treatment for injuries… read more


Steps to Take After a Car Accident in Texas

Posted in Motor Vehicle Accidents,Personal Injury on February 18, 2021

If you are in a car accident in Texas, you may be eligible for compensation. Texas is a fault state for car accidents, meaning that drivers who cause collisions are financially responsible for their victims’ damages. You can recover this compensation through an insurance claim or personal injury lawsuit. While each pathway to compensation involves… read more


How to Choose the Best Personal Injury Attorney For Your Case

Posted in Personal Injury on January 13, 2021

If you suffer injuries in an accident, you need a personal injury lawyer on your side. An attorney can provide much needed guidance and knowledge throughout the litigation process, handling all aspects of your case so you can focus on recovery. Your lawyer will also have more experience negotiating with insurance companies and arguing cases… read more


Establishing Negligence in a Personal Injury Lawsuit

Posted in Personal Injury on December 28, 2020

After an accident, you can experience certain hardships, such as expensive medical bills, months of lost wages, and physical and emotional pain and suffering. You may be eligible to secure compensation for these losses through a personal injury lawsuit—but only if you can prove that someone else’s actions caused your injuries and resulting damages. To… read more


Factors That Impact the Value of a Personal Injury Case

Posted in Personal Injury on November 25, 2020

Personal injury claims allow you to collect funds for the economic, or financial, losses you suffered, as well as the physical and emotional pain you endured. When you file this type of claim, you may wonder how much compensation you can expect to receive at the conclusion of your case. Every case is different, and… read more


What Is the Statute of Limitations for a Personal Injury Claim in Texas?

Posted in Personal Injury on August 31, 2020

If you sustain an injury due to someone else’s negligent actions, you may qualify for compensation through a personal injury claim in Texas civil court. However, not everyone who experiences a personal injury is eligible to collect these funds — especially if the accident occurred many years ago. Texas’s statute of limitations imposes a strict… read more


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