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When Machines Fail: Exploring Injury Lawsuits Caused by Faulty Equipment

Posted on January 5, 2024 Construction Accidents
When it comes to handling heavy machinery, safety should always be the top priority. Unfortunately, accidents can still occur due to faulty equipment, leading to severe injuries and even death. In such cases, those affected may have the right to file an injury lawsuit against the responsible parties. In this article, we will delve...
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Navigating the Legal Maze: Essential Requirements to Sue an Uninsured Motorist in Dallas

Posted on January 1, 2024 Car Accidents
Are you a victim of a car accident in Dallas caused by an uninsured motorist? Navigating the legal process can feel like a daunting maze. However, understanding the essential requirements to sue an uninsured motorist can make a significant difference in your case. In this article, we will explore the key steps you need...
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Is a Bystander Claim Derivative in Texas?

Posted on March 19, 2020 Pain and Suffering
Victims with physical injuries from an accident are not the only parties eligible to bring claims to damages in Texas. Texas also recognizes the mental anguish and emotional suffering a victim’s family members and loved ones go through – especially those who witnessed the traumatic accident firsthand. State law enables people negatively impacted by...
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Your Guide to Calculating A Settlement For Pain and Suffering

Posted on February 26, 2020 Pain and Suffering
A fair settlement can provide your family with compensation to pay for medical bills, make up for lost wages due to missed work, and other expenses associated with daily living. Many personal injury claims also include what’s known as “pain and suffering” costs. These are noneconomic damages, such as physical pain an injury caused...
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Texas Negligence Laws

Posted on February 23, 2020 Pain and Suffering
Personal injury law hinges on the legal concept of negligence, or a failure to meet a certain duty of care for a given situation. Every state has unique laws regarding negligence, and Texans should know their state’s negligence laws. Plaintiffs who attempt to file lawsuits without a firm understanding of their states’ negligence laws...
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