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What Is the Texas Tort Claims Act?

If you recently suffered injuries and a government agency is responsible, you must follow a different procedure than with a traditional personal injury case. Claims against the government are highly specialized and require quick assistance from an attorney with specific experience in municipal claims. Claims against the government have a small window of opportunity, so […]


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Can I Obtain Traffic Camera Video of a Car Accident?

Thanks to today’s technological world, video cameras are everywhere you look. If you sustained injuries in a car accident, it’s more than likely that a surveillance camera captured evidence of another driver’s negligence. Obtaining copies of this footage could prove invaluable to your car accident claim by providing evidence of negligence to an insurance company. […]


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What Does “Pain & Suffering” Mean in a Personal Injury Case?

If you recently suffered harm in a Texas car accident and believe that someone else may be legally responsible, you may be able to gain compensation for both the monetary and nonmonetary losses that result. Monetary losses include damages such as medical bills, lost wages, and the cost of future care. Nonmonetary losses, on the […]


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Should I Accept a Settlement After a Car Accident?

If you suffered injuries in a car accident resulting from another driver’s negligence, you may be able to collect compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, pain, suffering, and more. Receiving full compensation for your damages requires negotiations with the at-fault driver’s insurance company. After the insurance company investigates your accident and determines that the […]


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How Can I Prove a Driver Was Texting?

Distracted driving plays a role in many Texas car accidents. Because the state prohibits texting and driving, cell phone use often constitutes negligence under Texas law. Victims of negligence may gain compensation for their injuries, pain, and suffering following a Houston car accident, but successfully winning a claim requires proving the other driver committed negligence. […]


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