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What Is Unjust Enrichment?

Most people picture negligence claims when they think of personal injury lawsuits. The most common situation that gives rise to a personal injury claim in Texas is one person’s negligence causing another person’s injury or harm. Unjust enrichment, however, is a different type of civil suit. It claims that one party (the defendant) benefitted or […]


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What You Need to Know About Spoliation of Evidence in Texas

In Texas, winning a personal injury claim takes using clear and convincing evidence to prove that the defendant more likely than not caused the accident and injuries in question. Evidence is a critical part of an injury lawsuit or insurance claim in Texas. The spoliation of evidence – the loss or destruction of evidence – […]


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Is Texas a No-Fault State?

Every state has unique insurance requirements for its motor vehicle drivers. Before you can lawfully operate a vehicle in the State of Texas, you must purchase adequate auto insurance. If two drivers get into a car accident in Texas, the injured party will seek benefits from the at-fault driver’s insurance company. This is a fault-based […]


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Who Pays for a Rental Car After an Accident in Texas?

You have to deal with many challenges as the victim of a car accident in Texas. One is getting around without your car. Life will carry on while your vehicle is out of commission. You need another way to travel while your vehicle is in the shop or you wait for an insurance check to […]


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How the Sudden Emergency Defense Works in Texas Law

After an accident in Texas, the injured party and the at-fault party may end up in a civil liability dispute. A civil lawsuit seeks to reimburse an injured or wronged party for his or her damages by holding the negligent party accountable. The purpose of a tort claim is to extract financial compensation from someone […]


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