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Daniel David Horowitz

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  • What would i need to prove a rear end collusion was not my fault

    I just got in a rear end collusion with a car the cut me off to get into a line and then slammed on brakes so i rear ended the vehicle how can i show negligence of the front driver

    Daniel’s Answer

    First thin you need to do is report the claim to your insurance company. Be honest with what happened. In Texas if you were confronted with a sudden emergency of no fault of your own then you might be found not negligent.

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  • I read that the maximum number of interrogatories is 15.

    Is that right? Sorry I am pro se and simply cannot afford what I was quoted to defend me. It is level II if that means anything. If I received 50 questions, do I just stop at the maximum allowed. I thank you in advance for your kind assistance...

    Daniel’s Answer

    Level II allows for 25 interrogatories, no real limit on request for production, or request for admissions.

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  • Do i need a lawer?

    I received a letter where i being sued for a car accident i had a year ago.. i already talked to the insurance company but they said they cant help me because the insurance was under my husband's name and i wasn't on it.. im currently not working ...

    Daniel’s Answer

    You need to file a complaint with the Texas Dept. of Insurance and write your state legislators about this situation. You and your husband bought what's called a "junk" insurance policy. You should also tell your story to TexasWatch.

    Finally, contact your father in law's insurance and hopefully they will defend you since the car was in his name.

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  • Do I need a lawyer if I am being sued by a passenger after an accident while I was driving a friend's car? had minor injuries

    I also had a drink. Above legal limit. Can my friend's insurance go after me too. Will they represent me against the suit by one of the passengers who is suing for cost of medicL, lost wages and physical and mental pain , etc..Passenger was in h...

    Daniel’s Answer

    Turn the claim over to the car insurance company and quit posting online that you were drunk. Then tell the insurance company to pay the passenger's claim.

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  • Wrongful death question

    In 2013, I was awarded $3 million (minus attorney fees) in a wrongful death case against an anesthesiologist on behalf of my late husband. Now the anesthesiologist is appealing it. I have spent the money. So, if there are no available funds, do...

    Daniel’s Answer

    Might not have to pay doctor back but all the lenders you borrowedoney from with the verdict as collateral probably yes. How do you still have the internet?

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  • When should I obtain a personal injury attorney?

    I was walking across a cross walk legally and was hit by an insured 80-year old man driving a pick up truck. My wrist was broken and required surgery, a plate, 6 pins and a few months of physical therapy. The injury happened on Dec 20, 2014 and i...

    Daniel’s Answer

    Now. It may sound self serving as an attorney to tell you need to hire one asap, but you will be better off in the long one with help. There are several issues that most people don't know how to handle. This includes subrogation, liens, insurance coverage, possible underinsured motorist claim just to name a few.

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  • Can I Sue for personal injury due to I was not Provided long term medical care

    I sued glaxsco smithkline for product liability against product fixadent..I am wheelchair confined now... I need help

    Daniel’s Answer

    It sounds like you already have an attorney helping you with this matter. What's your concern?

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  • I was given medication, identified prior as being allergic too, resulting in adverse reactions. Do I have a negligence case?

    My allergic information was given at the time of preparation for an outpatient procedure. I was administered a medication, which was in the same catagory/class as the medication I identified as being allergic too. The doctor which prescribed and...

    Daniel’s Answer

    Most likely the doctor screwed up, but welcome to Texas. Fortunately, you didn't die or become brain damaged from the mistake. Based on the "injuries" you described, you don't have a claim in Texas for medical malpractice. File a complaint with the Texas Medical Board and be thankful you aren't in worse shape. And vote for democrats.

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  • Was in car accident, need advice on what I am in title to?

    A car pulled out in front of me and caused an accident. My vehicle was totaled. Only had the vehicle for two weeks. The insurance isn't paying enough to pay off my vehicle. They aren't paying any missed work. I didn't go to the doctor but had brui...

    Daniel’s Answer

    There are several questions in the one question. As for the vehicle, the other driver's insurance only owes the cost to repair the car or if it was totaled, what it sounds like, the fair market value of vehicle at time of the crash. If not totaled, they also owe you diminution in value for repaired vehicle. As for lost wages they might pay you for that but unlikely. If you have PIP or Personal Injury Protection on your own insurance submit your lost wages to them. As for bruising and neck pain, without doctor's visits tying these complaints to the crash they won't offer you anything.

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  • I will like to know do attorneys charge additional fees in addition to the 33% when using them for car wreck cases.

    My family and I was reared end coming home from work by a DHL trucking company and need some advice as to get a lawyer or work with the claim adjuster on a amount.

    Daniel’s Answer

    Fees can range from 33.3% to 50% depending on the case, whether the case is resolved prior to filling a lawsuit, after filing a lawsuit and whether an appeal happens. In addition to fees, attorneys will recoup their out of pocket expenses. The attorney's fees are negotiable however be careful if an attorney will agree to drastically reduce the fees just to sign up your case. You might get what you paid for.

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