Texas Personal Injury Blog

Last Updated : September 20, 2022
Personal Injury
August 20, 2022
What You Should Never Say to Your Doctor

If you have suffered injuries due to the negligence or wrongdoing of another party, you may be eligible to file a claim for compensation. Your doctor’s assessment of you will be one of the most important factors in determining how much money you can recover. However, it is important that you are very careful in […]

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Car Accidents
August 10, 2022
How to Request an Accident Report

If you have been injured in a car accident in Texas that wasn’t your fault, you may already know that you might be eligible to file a claim for compensation for the losses you have suffered. However, in order to be successful in your claim, you must have several documents that will serve as proof […]

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Personal Injury
August 1, 2022
Pros and Cons of Going to Trial

Being injured in an accident that was someone else’s fault can feel traumatic on many levels. From a physical perspective, you may experience pain that can be difficult to manage, as well as temporary or permanent disabilities that could keep you from working. Emotionally, in addition to the shock of having your life turned upside-down […]

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Personal Injury
July 20, 2022
Top Tips for Documenting Your Pain and Suffering

Pursuing a personal injury case might seem to be a straightforward process. Proving who was at fault for your injuries might not be challenging if you have security camera footage of their actions prior to the accident. Medical expenses are easy to document by using invoices, receipts, bank statements, and other records. Supporting the facts […]

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Personal Injury
July 10, 2022
What Are Some Elements of a Strong Injury Claim?

Just knowing who was at fault for your injury isn’t sufficient to hold the negligent party liable and recover the compensation you are entitled to for your medical treatment and other expenses. You must prepare a solid case that proves someone else was responsible for your injury. That means obtaining valuable evidence to show what […]

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Personal Injury
July 1, 2022
Best Ways to Collect Evidence at the Scene of an Accident

Whether you sustained an injury in a car crash, on another person’s dangerous property, or in a construction accident, you need evidence to prove what happened. Although your lawyer can collect evidence for you, valuable evidence is available at the accident scene. You should not leave the scene of an accident without securing critical evidence. […]

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Car Accidents
June 20, 2022
What Happens if My Accident Report Is Incorrect?

After another driver injured you in a car accident, it’s important to gather as much evidence as possible that supports the case for your compensation. One of the first documents you’ll obtain will be a police accident report highlighting critical information about the accident and what happened. While these reports do not represent a final […]

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Personal Injury
June 10, 2022
How Is Pain and Suffering Calculated?

As you and your legal team build a personal injury case, you should consider your “pain and suffering.” By claiming pain and suffering, you are asking for compensation for the physical pain and emotional stress that directly resulted from the accident. Pain and suffering is a non-economic loss, and it can be difficult to calculate […]

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Personal Injury
June 1, 2022
My Accident Was a Year Ago. Do I Still Have a Claim?

After someone else caused an accident in which you were injured, you might experience long-term problems, such as chronic pain or emotional stress that consistently affect your quality of life. Some do not discover their injuries right away. Others are kept busy with their medical and emotional recovery and have not had the time to […]

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Personal Injury
May 20, 2022
What Do I Need from My Psychiatrist to Prove PTSD from My Accident?

PTSD, or Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, is a psychiatric condition caused by a traumatic event in your life. Despite the common perception of PTSD being a made-up disorder or something suffered only by traumatized combat veterans, PTSD is a real mental health condition that is caused by experiencing intense shock, assault, traumatic experience, or fear of […]

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