Personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits have very specific timelines that a victim must abide by in order to recover any damages. The amount of time you have to actually file a lawsuit is governed by a statute of limitations. What is a Statute of Limitations?
Often times, individuals involved in car wrecks experience a pervasive numbness and shooting pain in their extremities, typically their arms and hands. This condition is called radiculopathy, and it is incredibly common among victims of automotive collisions.
Premises liability is an area of personal injury law designed to ensure the safety of individuals on someone else’s property.
Uninsured motorists place all law-abiding drivers in jeopardy. If you are involved in a motor vehicle accident involving an uninsured driver, it is helpful to have UM/UIM coverage.
One of the most common injuries to occur in the course of a motor vehicle accident is a syndrome commonly known as whiplash.
Toyota and Hyundai recall 110,000 vehicles for dangerous defects.
What should I do after a car wreck? Several tips to help you if you have been involved in a wreck.
What types of damages can I recover in a personal injury lawsuit in Texas?
So, what happens to the people who cannot afford a lawyer? These are the people who tend to file pro se or buy those forms online. Doing their case pro se or using purchased forms usually creates more problems that it solves. That’s where we step in.