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Category: Negligence Claims

What You Need To Know About The Schlitterbahn Lawsuit

Schlitterbahn is a waterpark and resort that has been cited countlessly for negligence since its opening. Schlitterbahn parks are inspected daily before the parks are opened. Schlitterbahn was sued by Linda Stomboly in March 2014. She filed a lawsuit in Wyandotte County District Court. She alleged that she was injured … Continue reading

Multiple Representation in Texas

Imagine a couple and their child are traveling along when they are suddenly and unexpectedly involved in a car accident.  In the car with them are another couple and their child.  These two families are close friends and, unfortunately, have all suffered pretty substantial injuries.  The vehicle that hit them … Continue reading

Claims Against Charitable Organizations in Texas

Oftentimes, people will approach law firms with potential claims against what are legally deemed “charitable organizations”.  A charitable organization is an organization that is listed as an exempt organization in Section 501(c)(3) or 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986.  This distinction can be found in Chapter 84 of … Continue reading

Big Injuries Small Insurance Policy

Many times we have clients that are seriously injured because of someone else’s negligence. Unfortunately, the insurance coverage/ or policy for the at-fault person is not enough to compensate for the injuries.  Clients will ask where else they may recover damages and if it is possible to sue the other … Continue reading

Does My Settlement Impact My Taxes?

My favorite part of being a personal injury attorney in Corpus Christi, Texas is when I get to present my client with their settlement check. This is the day they have been waiting for. It’s the day that they are made whole by the insurance company for all the pain … Continue reading

I’m on the Jury. Now what?

If a lawsuit cannot be settled at any point prior to the trial date, it is going to have to go to trial.  Attorneys have two options in regards to their lawsuit: they can pay a jury fee and timely request a jury trial, or they can choose to go … Continue reading

Avoid Blind Spots

Plenty of accidents, along with countless close calls, have been the result of a driver not being able to see the vehicle next to them. The area around the vehicle that cannot be directly observed by the driver is often referred to as a blind spot. These blind spots exist … Continue reading

Do I Have A Case If I’m A Passenger?

You were minding your own business enjoying the ride as a passenger in a motor vehicle. Then out of nowhere, you have just been involved in a wreck. It is not your fault. You were not even driving and it was not even your car. So do you ask yourself, … Continue reading