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
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
Witnesses to an accident may be one of the most important assets to injury victims when building a strong case for compensation. Therefore, preserving the testimony from eyewitnesses or expert witnesses may be crucial to recovering the compensation you… Read More
When you work with an attorney after suffering an injury, you should know what obligations he or she may have to you and your case. Having a lawyer who adheres to these standards is important, as it could be the difference between getting or not getting… Read More
Past and present damages caused by an accident often make up a significant portion of the damages pursued in an injury claim. However, when the injuries may have future consequences for the victim, it is important to determine how much his or her ongoing… Read More
You may be able to recover compensation for lost income if you were injured in an accident that left you unable to work, so long as you can prove it.
Our Fort Worth personal injury lawyers are prepared to review your claim for lost wages and other damages… Read More
There are several things that need to occur after a lawsuit has been filed, but before a case is presented to a jury. For example, there is the discovery process, which involves depositions. It is important to be prepared before going into a deposition.… Read More
Insurance companies often try to quickly contact injury victims after a crash and offer a settlement to close a claim as soon as possible. While victims are tempted to accept these offers, they are often worth far less than the full value of the claim.… Read More
Vicarious liability is when a person is financially liable for the negligent actions of another person. In a personal injury case, one entity may be held vicariously liable for someone else’s negligence even if he or she was not present at the time the… Read More
There are four things that must be proven when pursuing compensation for injuries caused by someone else’s negligence, including duty of care, breach of duty of care, causation and the existence of damages.
Causation is one of the most difficult things… Read More
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