FAQ Category: Car Accident

It depends on the factors involved in your case. Many insurance claims can be resolved in a few months while others may take longer. Some of the factors that affect the length of your claim include: Your injuries – We will recommend that you wait until your injuries have fully…

There is no specific formula or rule about how pain and suffering damages should be calculated in Texas. If a case goes to trial, the jury is instructed to determine what amount would fairly compensate the victim for their pain and suffering. In practice, our lawyers work with your medical…

Have you ever heard of someone getting a large settlement from an insurance company by representing himself/herself? It virtually never happens. This is because if an insurance company knows it will not be sued it will offer only minimal money on a case or deny it outright. However, once a…

To receive the maximum settlement value for your claim, you will need convincing evidence of the following: Liability – You will need to show that the other driver was negligent. An accident report, video, photos of the vehicle damage, and eyewitness testimony can all help establish this. Medical records –…

You should strongly consider hiring a personal injury lawyer if your case involves any of the following situations: You sustained severe injuries – If you sustained a serious injury or one that is expected to take a long time for you to recover, it is a good idea to hire…