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Pursuing Compensation for a Burn Injury After an Accident

Burn injuries in a crash are common and can be anywhere between mild or severe. The costs of medical care to treat these injuries may be high, especially if you require transportation to the hospital from the scene of the crash. If you suffered a burn… Read More

Who May Be Liable for a Crash With an Off-Road Vehicle?

Recreational vehicles that are not meant to be on the highway can cause a real headache for other drivers who are sharing the road. This is especially true if the off-road vehicle causes an accident. If you are injured in an accident involving an off-road… Read More

Filing a Car Insurance Claim After a Single-Vehicle Crash

When there is only one vehicle involved in a collision, recovering compensation for damages may be more complex. Proving liability could be more difficult – another driver may have caused you to crash but that driver’s car did not suffer damage, so it… Read More

Obligations an Attorney Has to Your Injury Case

When you work with an attorney to help you pursue compensation for an injury caused by someone else’s negligence, there are certain legal and ethical obligations he or she has to your case. Below, we discuss some of the most important obligations attorneys… Read More

How Additional Car Insurance Coverage May Benefit Your Car Accident Claim

As an injury victim, you have the legal right to pursue compensation for your damages caused by someone else’s negligent actions. However, the amount of compensation you can recover is limited by the available insurance coverage, both from the liable… Read More

Do Injury Victims Have a Duty to Mitigate Their Damages?

Injury victims have certain obligations when they are pursuing compensation for their damages. For example, they must prove their injury was caused by another’s negligence. They must also prove they took reasonable care to prevent their injuries or minimize… Read More

Does Texas Allow Stacking of Uninsured Motorist Coverage?

Texas allows auto insurance policyholders in the state to stack their Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist (UM/UIM) coverage under certain circumstances. Stacking means you can combine UM/UIM coverage from multiple insurance policies, which can dramatically… Read More

Do Insurance Companies Hire Private Investigators to Deny Claims?

Insurance companies often use a variety of tactics and tricks to deny or devalue injury claims. They might even go so far as hiring a private investigator to follow you around in hopes of catching you doing something that could help give them an excuse… Read More

What Are My Options if the At-Fault Driver Lies About the Crash?

Whether the at-fault driver lies to police at the scene of a crash or lies to the insurance company about the incident, you may have to take some steps to help protect the value of your claim. One of the most important steps may be to work with a knowledgeable… Read More

Does a Traffic Citation Automatically Mean a Driver is at Fault for a Crash?

Insurance companies review the police report about a car crash to determine fault for the crash. For example, they look to see if one of the drivers involved in the crash was issued a traffic citation. While drivers who were issued a traffic ticket following… Read More