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Posted By | December 20, 2023 | Personal Injury

What Happens When a Funeral Home Loses or Damages a Body?

Your lost loved one’s memory is precious, and so are their remains, which should be treated with the respect and dignity your beloved family member deserves. But what happens when a funeral home fails in its duty to apply this thoughtful consideration to your loved one? It’s beyond distressing to contemplate taking on legal action…

Posted By | December 15, 2023 | Car Accidents,Personal Injury

Soft Tissue Injuries From Car Accidents

Car accidents are frightening and traumatic, especially for victims who’ve sustained serious injuries. In some cases, car accident victims feel fortunate when they’ve escaped catastrophic or life-threatening injuries so they put off medical care for perceived bumps, bruises, stiffness, and soreness. But these seemingly minor soft tissue injuries can worsen in the days and weeks…

Posted By | December 1, 2023 | Personal Injury

Follow These Safety Tips This Holiday Season

The holiday season deserves its reputation as “the most wonderful time of the year” but with the holidays comes wintery weather, poor road conditions, holiday traffic, travel, and shopping in busy, overcrowded stores staffed by exhausted employees and overwhelmed managers. Emergency rooms report increases in patients by as much as 12% during the Christmas holiday…

Posted By | October 10, 2023 | Personal Injury

Understanding Comparative Negligence

In fault-based insurance states like Texas, an accident or injury victim bears the burden of proving liability in an accident. If the victim’s injuries resulted directly from someone else’s negligence, recklessness, or intentional wrongdoing, the at-fault party is liable for damages. “Damages” in personal injury claims refer to the economic consequences of an injury, like…

Posted By | October 3, 2023 | Personal Injury

Wrongful Death vs. Survival Actions

All sudden deaths feel wrong to loved ones left behind, but in legal terms, some deaths are wrongful when they result from someone else’s negligence, carelessness, recklessness, or wrongdoing. If you’ve lost a close family member in Texas because another individual or business entity failed to take reasonable care, you may feel overwhelmed with grief…