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What Should You Do if You Have Internal Bleeding After an Accident?

Following an accident, you may clearly see external bleeding that results from some type of puncture wound. While this type of hemorrhage can lead to a dangerous loss of blood, internal bleeding is not so obvious, and just as dangerous—or even more dangerous. When a person is bleeding internally, death can occur without a drop…

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What Should I Do After a Semi-Truck Accident?

According to the American Trucking Association, trucks move roughly 72.5 percent of our nation’s freight, transporting 10.23 billion tons of freight in 2020. The 37.9 million trucks used to transport freight make up about 14 percent of all vehicles on the roadways. Unfortunately, more trucks on the highways and freeways mean more truck accidents.  According…

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What Happens When an Employer Does Not Have Workers’ Comp in Texas?

The state of Texas is unusual in that it does not require employers to carry workers’ compensation insurance like all other states. Therefore, it is important to understand what happens when an employer does not have workers' comp. While anyone can be injured on the job, depending on your particular job, a lack of WC…

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How Long After a Car Accident Can I File a Claim?

How Long After a Car Accident Can I File a Claim? Filing a car accident claim after you have been involved in an accident may be something you have put off. Perhaps you have been focused on healing from your injuries, getting the medical attention necessary to do so. If you have not yet filed…

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What Happens After an Accident That Wasn’t My Fault?

What Happens After an Accident That Wasn’t My Fault? There are few things more jarring than a car accident caused by a negligent driver. One moment you are going about your daily routine—perhaps on your way to work, taking your children to school, or running errands—and in the blink of an eye, your life has…

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Can a Minor Car Accident Cause Injuries?

Can a Minor Car Accident Cause Injuries? Having a minor car accident is not always a minor occurrence. Even when the damages to your vehicle are minimal and the speed of the vehicles was low, those inside the vehicles can nonetheless suffer minor car accident injuries that are significantly more than minor. Many of those…

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How do I choose the right law firm for my bicycle accident case?

The Importance Of Retaining A Law Firm With Significant Resources To Handle Bike Accident Cases In Fort Worth, Texas A bifurcated trial is divided into two distinct phases. During the first phase, the jury may only hear evidence related to the liability of the parties. Only if the jury determines that the defendant was responsible…

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Why is my Texas bicycle accident case bifurcated?

Plaintiffs May Face A Bifurcated Trial In Fort Worth, Texas Bicycle Accident Cases Insurance adjusters typically contact the injured parties shortly after an accident and, in many cases, present an offer to settle the case early in the process. Many victims, who may be experiencing financial hardship because they are off of work or face…

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Should I take a settlement to me for my bicycle accident case?

Resisting Acceptance Of A “Quick Settlement” After A Bike Accident In Fort Worth, Texas In this post, we will review the process of dealing with insurance adjusters after an accident. Particularly, we will address the need to avoid accepting a settlement offer from insurance companies prematurely. If you have been injured in a bicycle accident,…

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