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Steps Attorneys May Take to Help Preserve Evidence in an Injury Claim

Strong evidence is a necessity when pursuing compensation for a personal injury. Unfortunately, evidence can easily be lost or tampered with, and this may hurt your chances of recovering compensation. The experienced legal team at Anderson Cummings can… Read More

How Long Might It Take to Reach a Settlement of a Car Accident Case?

Unfortunately, some car crash claims take longer than others, based on a variety of factors specific to your accident and injuries. Schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our Weatherford car accident lawyers to learn if you may be eligible… Read More

Can Family Members File a Lawsuit on Behalf of an Injured Relative?

In most cases, the victim of another’s negligence is the only one who can file a personal injury lawsuit to pursue compensation for damages. However, sometimes victims are disabled or incapacitated, either as a result of the accident or another factor,… Read More

Possible Long-Term Effects of a Car Accident

Car accidents often lead to serious injuries which can have long-term effects on your health and well-being. You may be able to pursue compensation for the losses incurred due to these long-term effects. Below, our Fort Worth car accident attorneys explain… Read More

How Is Fault Determined After a Left-Turn Accident?

Many assume that the driver making the left turn is always at fault in a left-turn crash, but that is not always the case. Since no two accidents are exactly the same, there are times when the other driver may be to blame. Below, Stephens, Anderson &… Read More

What is Mediation in a Personal Injury Case?

Sometimes courts order both parties in an injury case to do mediation to attempt to resolve the situation before going to trial. Mediation is often effective and can help the parties better understand their positions and the risks of continuing to trial. If… Read More

Can an Airbag Manufacturer Be Sued if an Airbag Did Not Deploy in a Crash?

Drivers and passengers expect their airbags to work properly in an accident. When they do not work as expected, or fail to work at all, accident victims can suffer life-changing injuries. If your car’s airbags failed to deploy, you may have a viable… Read More

What is a Letter of Protection in a Personal Injury Case?

Many personal injury victims may not realize they are responsible for paying their medical expenses until they receive a settlement. However, health insurers may refuse to pay for treatment and victims may be unable to foot the bill out of their own… Read More

Am I Responsible for Damages Caused by Someone Else Driving My Car?

If you loaned your vehicle to a friend or family member and that person gets into an accident, you may be surprised to learn that you may be legally liable for the accident. What started as a favor for a loved one could create a complex legal problem. The… Read More

Fault in a Failure to Yield Accident

Injured in an accident caused by another driver who failed to yield? The accident attorneys of Anderson Cummings discuss Texas right of way laws and how fault is determined in these types of accidents. If you suffered an injury in a failure to yield… Read More