Category: Personal Injury

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What Are Independent Medical Examinations?

Personal Injury

If you are injured by negligence and you seek compensation, you may be asked to undergo an independent medical examination (IME). What does an IME entail? Who pays for an IME? If you’re seriously injured by someone who was negligent, you’ll need to know. Serious accidents that are caused by…

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What To Do If Your Accident Injuries Don’t Show Up Right Away

Personal Injury

Traffic accident injuries are often latent or hard-to-detect injuries. Keep reading, and learn how to protect your rights – as well as your health and your future – after a traffic collision in Texas. Any traffic collision can be traumatic, but when an accident seems to be minor, many people…

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Dealing With Your Emotions After A Traumatic Brain Injury

Personal Injury

The brain can be injured in all kinds of accidents: smoke or chemical inhalation, near-drownings, drug overdoses and interactions, falls, construction accidents, traffic collisions, sports accidents, and even medical malpractice. In other words, a brain injury can happen unexpectedly to anyone. If you sustain a brain injury, what is your…

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What To Do When A Brain Injury Is Sustained In Youth Sports

Personal Injury

Almost 300,000 athletes sustain sports-related traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) every year in the U.S. The overwhelming majority of those athletes are involved in high school, college, or amateur sports. Are you at risk? Is your child at risk? What are the effects of a traumatic brain injury? Do the victims…

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Negotiating A Total Loss Settlement

Car Accidents | Personal Injury

If you have been in a traffic accident caused by another driver in the state of Texas, and if your vehicle is a total loss as a result of that collision, an auto insurance company will offer you a settlement amount. How much will an insurance company pay you for…

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How Long Do You Have To File A Personal Injury Claim In Texas?

Personal Injury

If you have been injured by negligence in the state of Texas – in a traffic accident or in any other scenario – and you choose to file a personal injury lawsuit to recover damages, a number of Texas state laws may apply at some point or to some aspect…

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Can Long-Term Injuries Affect The Value Of My Claim?

Personal Injury

Serious injuries can happen to any of us. You can be seriously injured with no warning in a number of scenarios, and it can change your life instantly. You may be unable to work – perhaps permanently – or you could spend months undergoing therapy and rehabilitation. Traffic collisions are…

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I Was Injured At Work: Can I Sue Outside Of Workers’ Comp?

Personal Injury

Each year in this nation, workers report almost three million job-related illnesses and injuries. In the state of Texas, injured working people in most cases can obtain adequate medical care and reimbursement for their lost wages by filing a workers’ compensation claim. However, in many cases, injured workers may also…

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How To Prove Fault In A Personal Injury Case?

Personal Injury

A personal injury lawsuit has a much greater chance of success if it is well formulated and revolves around a good strategy. The account of the events must be coherent, with as few holes in the narrative as possible. Here are a few important questions when going about the organization…

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How To Prevent Electrical Injuries

Personal Injury

Injury of a Worker or Employee With the proper safety measures and gears, electrical injuries can be avoided. But, the fact cannot be denied that work-related electrical injuries are currently on the rise in Texas. It was discovered that most of these injuries were a result of the negligence of…