Dash cameras preserve evidence of a car wreck in video format. Having video evidence helps prevent liars from getting away with lying.
A Texas personal injury lawsuit must be filed within two years of the injury. However, there are a few exceptions to this rule.
If you have unpaid tickets or fail to appear in court to handle your traffic tickets, you may have a warrant out for your arrest.
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Personal Injury Protection Insurance, commonly referred to as PIP, is a type of coverage that pays for a portion of the covered individual’s medical expenses after he or she is injured in a car accident.
Not everyone whose license was suspended is eligible for an occupational driver’s license.
An occupational license is a special type of restricted license issued to individuals whose driver’s license has been suspended, revoked or denied. An occupational license authorizes the operation of a non-commercial motor vehicle in connection with an individual’s work, school related activities, or performance of household duties.
A deposition is one method lawyers use to gather information about a case. In a deposition, the witness is asked questions under oath about his or her claims. It is very important to spend time preparing for a deposition.
If a police officer gives you a traffic citation, you have an obligation to make an appearance in court within the time limit listed on the citation. If you do not go to court, you could be charged with Failure to Appear.
When a driver gets a speeding ticket in Texas, there are several options available to handle the ticket. One of the more useful options for handing a Texas traffic citation is something called “deferred adjudication.”