I have moved this question to the auto-accident/personal injury forum. Hopefully, you will get more responses there.
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You need to talk to a personal injury attorney to pursue your uncles insurance company for you
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As the other Attorneys stated, you may want to contact a personal injury lawyer. Keep in mind there is a two-years statute of limitations for tort actions in Texas.
You definitely need to talk to a personal injury attorney about pursuing claims against the other individuals involved in the suit and their insurance companies.
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