Watch this video for an explanation of who can sue for wrongful death under Texas Law.
People often ask me whether the can settle their injury case and keep "open medical" to pay for medical treatment or surgeries they may need after settlement. Watch this video guide for an answer to this common question.
Most employers in Texas have workers compensation that will automatically pay you if you are hurt on the job. However, some don't. If an employer does not have workers compensation and you are injured on the job, you have a "nonsubscriber" claim against your employer. You will...
We are often asked: "how much is my case worth?" Many factors are considered when parties try to place a value on a Texas personal injury case. Watch this video for more information.
After an accident that causes serious injury, the insurance companies typically swoop down on the victims as soon as possible. While it may seem like they have your best interests at heart, nothing could be further from the truth. Listen to this video to learn about the most comm...
Watch this video for a discussion of what it means for a lawyer to charge a "contingency fee."
People often ask us what the difference is between these two types of work injury cases. The differences are very important, and could make a huge difference in how much money you are entitled to recover for your injury. For more information on this work accident topic, please watch this video.
If you were hurt on the job in Texas and your boss is pushing you to return to work too early, watch this video for some information that pertains to your situation.
Fault in a car accident is not always 100% on one driver or the other. Sometimes, it's 50/50, or 25/75, etc. Watch this video to learn when you can, and cannot, recover damages under Texas law for a car accident depending on your percentage of fault.
If you have been injured in a car accident, odds are you are getting calls from more than one insurance adjuster. Watch this video to learn why you are hearing from so many auto adjusters.