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You probably won’t be required to testify regarding your vehicle accident claim, since the overwhelming majority of these cases never go to trial. Even when a lawsuit is filed, most of the time these claims are settled out of court…

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While many vehicle accident victims seek treatment for their injuries from a traditional doctor, some people prefer to see a holistic medical provider. While you certainly need to pursue a treatment plan that you’re comfortable with, only seeing a holistic…

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While every vehicle accident attorney determines individual billing practices, most personal injury lawyers charge clients on a contingency fee basis. Under a contingency fee arrangement, attorneys agree to represent clients with the understanding that they’ll only be compensated if cases…

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Yes, a bar may be civilly liable for serving alcohol to a customer under limited circumstances. Drunk drivers are responsible for the accidents they cause, which may injure or kill another person. In Texas, third parties may also be held…

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Before injured workers can be covered under the Jones Act, they must first qualify as seamen. To qualify as a seaman, an employee must be assigned to a vessel in navigation, a term which is confusing to many people. The…

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If you were injured in a limousine accident, you need a personal injury attorney. Limousine collision litigation can be extremely complex, and numerous factors may impact the outcome of a case. Limousine Collision Factors An experienced attorney must identify all…

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Many maritime attorneys can represent clients from anywhere in the United States, so you aren’t required to hire a local lawyer. Maritime law is complicated, and it covers a wide range of issues dealing with navigation and shipping. Maritime Injuries…

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Many undocumented immigrants drive in Texas every day, and some of these motorists may hesitate to pursue an accident claim because they’re in the United States illegally. However, the right to sue in Texas isn’t based on citizenship. An illegal…

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