1. No Car Insurance and Sued for an Accident – What do I Do?

    If you don’t have car insurance and are involved in a car accident where you may be at fault, then there’s every chance that you will have to pay from your own pocket. The amount you pay will depend to a great deal on how convincingly you’re able to present your case. In order to do this, you must consider the services of an attorney firm that has handled such cases. If the other driver does…Read More

  2. The Quick Guide to Filing Personal Injury Lawsuits in Texas

    If you intend to file a personal injury lawsuit in Texas, then you may want to first understand the process and the time timeline. The first step after getting involved in any accident is to get treatment. You’re not in a position to determine the extent of injury, only a doctor and medical tests can do that. Don’t delay. If you’re casual about medical treatment, not only are you risking com…Read More

  3. In a Car Accident with an Uninsured Driver – Here’s What You Need to Know

    In Texas, according to some estimates, nearly 20% of the drivers are uninsured. An accident with an uninsured driver means that you don’t have the option of filing a claim with the driver’s insurer. Instead, for such personal injury claims you can take recourse to uninsured or underinsured motor insurance claim filed with your own insurance provider. It is best to seek the services of a law fi…Read More

  4. Medical Malpractice Laws in Texas – A Quick Guide

    Your awareness of medical malpractice laws in Texas will play a role in determining the success with which you pursue a case where you believe you have suffered because of negligence, misdiagnosis, wrong prescription, or malpractice at a healthcare facility. Essentially negligence is the basis for a medical malpractice claim. Negligence is defined in terms of the healthcare facility’s duty or ca…Read More

  5. Statue of Limitations and Injury Claims – Why Time Matters.

    The statute of limitations governs the amount of time that you have to file a lawsuit regarding a cause of action or case. In Texas, the statute of limitations for personal injury cases is “not later than two years after the day the cause of action accrues.” In nine cases out of ten, the time limit is two years beginning from the day after the injury occurs. Filing a case after the deadline se…Read More

  6. A Celebrity Arrest and a Tragic Teen Death – DWI Incidents in Texas

    Lou Diamond Phillips, the actor who shot to fame with his portrayal of Ritchie Valens, was arrested for DWI on the 3rd of November in Portland, Texas. He was later released on a bail of $2,500. Phillips stopped to ask for directions at a traffic stop, was suspected of being drunk. He failed the field sobriety tests that the officer on duty administered. Phillips had a blood alcohol level of 0.20%,…Read More

  7. New Law in 2017 Adds Exploitation of Children, Disabled and Elderly to Felony List and Removes Statute of Limitations

    Financial crimes and exploitation can involve the illegal or improper use of a senior citizen's funds, property or assets, as well as fraud or identity theft perpetrated against older adults. While exact statistics on how often financial crimes against the elderly occur are not available, it is widely believed to be underreported by the victims. A recent study published by MetLife Mature Market In…Read More

  8. Hurricane Irma Insurance Claim Lawyers in Florida

    If you currently reside in the south of Florida, it is not uncommon that you take a number of precautions each year when hurricane season is approaching. In fact, it’s likely that you go through the process of gathering supplies, putting up hurricane shutters and ensuring there is enough to eat and drink in the instance that a hurricane begins to brew. You have also probably taken out insurance …Read More

  9. Hurricane Harvey Insurance Claim Lawyers in Texas

    You may not be aware, but insurance companies make a good amount of their total money by delaying or denying insurance claims that are legitimate. In the last few weeks, people in the southeast of Texas have been dealing with a ton of devastating damage due to horrendous Hurricane Harvey. The damage caused by this natural disaster is estimated to be more than 160 billion dollars, and that’s just…Read More