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What is Personal Injury Protection and How Does It Work in Texas?

What is Personal Injury Protection (PIP)? Personal injury protection (PIP) is a type of insurance that you may have inadvertently waived without having a full understanding of what it can provide. When you carry PIP insurance, you can file a claim with your own insurance company following a car collision. Personal injury protection applies to…

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What Are Crush Injuries and How Do They Happen?

If you are the victim of a crush injury you are aware of the widespread damage this type of injury can do to the body. Bones, muscles, organs, and other tissues can be impacted, requiring specialized medical care from those trained in surgery, wound care, physical therapy, pain management, and much more. Following a crush…

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Personal Injury Settlements: What Can You Expect?

If you’ve suffered severe, even catastrophic injuries because of the negligence of another person, you may be left medically and financially devastated. The insurer of the at-fault party may balk at paying what your claim is worth. If this is the case and your injuries have left you unable to work, you may be unable…

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What Is Liability and Negligence in a Personal Injury Case?

If you’ve been injured as a result of another’s negligence, considering liability might not be on your radar as you deal with physical injuries and financial difficulties. It’s important that you have a strong Fort Worth personal injury attorney from Noteboom—The Law Firm on your side who knows how to comprehensively prove liability in a…

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Proving Responsibility in a Fort Worth Trucking Accident

If you’ve been involved in a Fort Worth trucking accident, you may be injured, and perhaps unable to return to work and make a living. Proving responsibility in a trucking accident can feel like an overwhelming task when you are struggling physically and financially. Compared to “typical” car accidents, trucking accidents can be particularly severe,…

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What Does a Truck Accident Attorney Do?

If you’ve been involved in a Fort Worth trucking accident, you may wonder whether hiring a truck accident attorney is the best course of action. While you are not required to hire a truck accident attorney, it would be a serious mistake to try to handle the aftermath of a truck accident on your own.…

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What Are the Types of Trucking Accidents?

According to the Texas Department of Transportation, there were 1,781 commercial vehicle accidents in Tarrant County in 2020, largely comprised of semi-trucks and 18-wheelers. Among these accidents, there were 14 fatalities and 59 severe injuries. Many more victims of these accidents suffered minor to moderate injuries. If you have been involved in a Fort Worth…

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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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