Category: Negligence Claims

Can Social Media Ruin My Claim?

If you’ve been injured in an accident and are currently seeking compensation from an insurance company or another liable party, chances are that you probably tend to share details about the case and your injuries with family, friends, and others. We live in an age of shared experiences, after all, … Continue reading

What is the Value of My Auto Accident Lawsuit?

Value of a Case When you stop and consider just how many automobile accidents occur in the United States each year and take into account the sheer number of injury victims who seek redress through the courts, it only makes sense that plaintiffs would want to know what to expect. … Continue reading

Is There a Deadline to Make a Claim?

All states have an imposed deadline or time period coded in law that limits the time a party can make a claim. This time limit, otherwise known as the Statute of Limitations for personal injury claims is 2 years in the State of Texas. This means that if you are … Continue reading

Why Has the Insurance Denied My Claim?

The term “Reservation of Rights” is often heard in the context of auto insurance claims and coverage. This term can be confusing, and can often lead to frustrations for those trying to make a property and/or injury claim against an insurance carrier for damages sustained in a motor vehicle collision. … Continue reading

Stay Calm, and ‘Carry’ On

The first day of the New Year marks the beginning of many things, gym memberships, saying goodbye to cigarettes, and for qualified Texas residents the ability to openly carry handguns. Effective January 1st, 2016 Texas house bill 910 will become law and allow Texas residents to legally carry a handgun … Continue reading