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Coby L. Wooten

Fort Worth Car / Auto Accident Lawyer.

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  1. I was injured in a car accident, the at fault insurance company denied liability and I sued. Before filing suit I went ahead and

    Answered 3 months ago.

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    If you filed on your own insurance and it paid for the property damage then your insurance company may or may not go to the at fault insurance company for payment. The insurance companies have agreements with each to work out these disputes. Since the property has been satisfied by your company the at fault company will have no responsibility to you for the property damage. This does not however, eliminate your option to seek other damages such as for injuries. And it should not interfere...

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  2. My wife and e baby were hit by a drunk driver. Insurance companies seem to be slacking. Do I hire a lawyer?

    Answered about 1 month ago.

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    Yes, absolutely. There are several factors that need to be considered immediately. You need to preserve evidence and possible get an accident reconstruction. Insurance companies do not like cases with drinking involved. An attorneys help will maximize any value that you may have.

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  3. My 4 year old nephew got into an unsecured pool area and drowned in apartment complex pool, can we sue the complex ?

    Answered about 1 month ago.

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    The answer is most likely. You have to review all safety equipment on site. State, city and local statutes and ordinances for violations. And many other variables. They are complex cases but can be successful. I have recently tried and settled a similar case in Houston for a apartment complex drowning. The city inspections and code violations help with that case. You should contact a personal injury attorney who have experience with these types of cases.

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  4. How much should I settle a whiplash claim for?

    Answered 2 months ago.

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    Obviously every case is unique. Damages in every case are also unique. They depend on medical billings, lost wages, other out of pocket expenses and also non-economic damages such as pain and suffering, etc. You should have a personal injury attorney evaluate your case. Do not visit with the insurance company without having done so first and certainly prior to signing anything from the insurance company.

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  5. I have already given my statement is it too late to get a lawyer involved?

    Answered 26 days ago.

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    You can hire an attorney at any point prior to signing a release in exchange for a settlement. Be advised that insurance companies are not your friends and are out for their best interest not yours. Your decision to not hire an attorney may have already damaged the value of your case and also may have rendered your case undesirable to most attorneys. I suggest you seek a free consultation immediately with a personal injury attorney.

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  6. How much would my case be worth.

    Answered about 1 month ago.

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    This question shouldn't be answered without knowing all of the factors and what evidence has been worked up and proven. You need to visit with your attorney

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  7. I got an eye injury on the job but they don't have workers comp. how do I get medical attention for my eye

    Answered about 1 month ago.

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    In Texas if you are on the job and the employer does not subscribe to Texas Workers Compensation then you may very well have a compensable claim. You only have show negligence on the employer. I would definitely contact an attorney. There are statute of limitations on filing these claims, so I would do so sooner rather than later.

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  8. Car accident 6 months ago, been to dr. and therapy, my lawyer is wrapping up, pain is back. Should I get a 2nd opinion?

    Answered about 1 month ago.

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    You know your body best. If you think you need a medical opinion then you should get one. Its your body. I would just inform your attorney and discuss with him first.

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  9. Do I need a personal injury lawyers

    Answered about 2 years ago.

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    If you have uninsured motorists or personal injury protection insurance coverage then you should definitely call your insurance agent. You might also consider calling a products liability attorney to take a look at the vehicle, if the vehicle is still available. Other than that you should call an attorney to at the minimum and get some advice on what other options are available to you. Thanks Coby

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  10. How many years does a person have to sue for a car accident in Texas

    Answered about 1 month ago.

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    Two years from the date of the accident Possibly three if the client was killed in the accident

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