Personal injury law is founded on the principal of tort, a civil wrong, that causes a claimant some harm or loss, whether physical, financial, mental or emotional. But just what is a "tort"? We explain.
How do you know if you should seek help from a personal injury attorney for your injury? Here are a few key signs that your case warrants the help of a skilled legal team.
Spring Break in Texas means a time to unwind and relax, but accidents and injuries are common as people travel to new and unfamiliar locales. A skilled Dallas personal injury attorney can help you navigate your Texas personal injury claim, whether your injury occurred at home or on vacation.
Once a settlement is reached, claimants often wonder, “What happens now?” As we head into tax filing season, some clients may be wondering whether Uncle Sam gets a cut of their settlement.
Financial recovery for negligence on the part of another person often is construed as unseemly in media and culture, but the hard truth is that there is no more effective tool to compensate an individual for non-criminal but substantial harm.
Medical costs are usually the biggest part of financial damages a claimant will incur. Since neglecting treatment is one of the fastest ways to tank your personal injury case and ensure a low settlement offer, a letter of protection stipulating providers will be paid when settlement is reached is an absolute necessity.
From documenting the crash scene to deciding to settle with the insurance company, .ur step by step guide to the Texas auto crash claims process can help you prepare for a personal injury claim.
Let's get registered for the 2022 Dash for the Beads! This beautiful and challenging run is a fantastic way to kick off the spring. Join us Feb. 26 for this 12th annual event.
A plaintiff must demonstrate that they were owed a duty of care, that a property owner breached that duty of care and that the plaintiff suffered injury as a direct result of that breach – in other words, negligence. There is an exception to this general rule, and that is the “obvious danger” defense.
While urban legends like razor blades, poison doctored candy and now marijuana edibles finding their way into your child’s Halloween bucket persist, the biggest threat to children’s safety on this hallmark childhood holiday is traffic.