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How Witness Statements May Help Your Personal Injury Claim

When it comes to proving fault and damages after an accident, having someone to back up your version of the facts may be crucial in winning your personal injury case. However, some difficulties may arise in getting a person to provide a statement or even… Read More

What Are My Rights if I Signed a Waiver of Liability?

Many businesses and organizations ask patrons to sign a liability waiver before participating in an activity or using their equipment. Businesses use these documents to attempt to shield themselves from liability and avoid being sued if a person is injured… Read More

Using Arbitration to Resolve a Personal Injury Claim

There are several ways a civil dispute may be resolved in Texas. You can not only file an insurance claim or lawsuit; you may also be able to use Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). One common type of ADR is arbitration.   While no jury will be present… Read More

What Should Be Included in a Demand Letter?

If you suffered an injury due to the negligence of another, you may be eligible to pursue compensation for your damages. One of the most important steps in pursuing compensation from the liable party is sending that party or that party’s insurance company… Read More

Filing an Injury Claim on Behalf of a Child

When a child under the age of 18 suffers an injury due to someone else’s negligence, he or she may have grounds for an injury claim. However, he or she cannot file a claim alone. These claims are usually filed by the child’s parent or legal guardian. Claims… Read More

Can You Change Lawyers in the Middle of a Personal Injury Claim?

Choosing an attorney is one of the most important decisions an injury victim needs to make. However, what happens if you realize you made the wrong choice? Can you make a change? Are there downsides to switching attorneys? If you are not satisfied with… Read More

How Can Outstanding Debt Affect My Personal Injury Compensation?

The average American household has around $65,000 in debt. That is why a personal injury often creates a financial crisis for victims and their families. If you file an injury claim and it is successful, you may be concerned about your settlement being… Read More

When is a Deposition Necessary for a Personal Injury Case?

There are many steps involved in filing a lawsuit and going to trial, including going through a deposition. If either side requests a deposition of someone involved in the case, they are required to attend. The answers provided can have a significant… Read More

How Accurate Are Online Personal Injury Calculators?

When people suffer a personal injury in a car crash or some other type of accident, one of the first questions they have is, “How much is my claim worth?” This causes many injury victims to look for answers online. They may use an online calculator.… Read More

How Does the Appeals Process Work if Your Personal Injury Claim is Denied?

Insurance companies are known for denying personal injury claims, even if the victim has a valid claim. However, all hope of recovering compensation is not lost. If your personal injury claim was denied you may be able to file an appeal with the help… Read More