Personal Injury

The Different Types of Negligence in Fort Worth Personal Injury Claims

If you were injured in an accident caused by someone else’s actions or inactions, you may be entitled to compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, and other damages. However, your ability to recover will depend on whether you can prove the legal elements of your negligence claim.  Here is what you need to know about… read more

12 Rules For Giving A Deposition In A Personal Injury Case

A deposition is a legal proceeding when you provide under-oath, out-of-court testimony for an ongoing lawsuit. The deposition will probably take place in a law office, and the judge will probably not be present. You will likely face questioning from the defendant’s lawyer, and that’s going to be the hard part. Understanding what to expect… read more

What Are the Safest Forms of Transportation?

Transportation has changed greatly throughout the years, and no two forms are the same. Among the many differences, safety is an important factor to consider. Some methods of transportation are safer than others, helping provide peace of mind as you travel to your destination. Still, if you have sustained injuries in a transportation accident, you… read more

How To Find a Personal Injury Lawyer 

If you were recently injured in a car accident, slip and fall, or other personal injury incident, you may have heard the advice to get a personal injury lawyer. But how do you find one? And how do you know who the right person for the job is?  It can be challenging and stressful to… read more

How Long After a Deposition Will I Get a Settlement?

Personal injury claims often lead to lawsuits, and lawsuits often lead to depositions. Hopefully, settlement comes sometime after that, although there is no guarantee. The entire process will probably take a few months. So what needs to happen between deposition and settlement? The Pretrial Discovery Process The pretrial discovery process only happens after your claim… read more

How Long Do Class Action Lawsuits Take?

Class action lawsuits are complex cases. There is no set timeframe for resolving these matters, and the time it takes may vary significantly from months to several years. An experienced personal injury lawyer understands the different factors that may contribute to the length of a class action lawsuit in Texas. What is a Class Action… read more

What’s the Difference Between an Attorney and a Trial Attorney?

The terms “attorney” and “trial attorney” are often used interchangeably. But is there a difference between the roles of an attorney and a trial attorney in personal injury law? Yes, and they can have a significant impact on the outcome of your Fort Worth personal injury case. Personal injury attorneys work with the injured daily… read more

What Is a Tort Claim?

Tort is a word you often hear, but most people don’t know what it means. If you’ve been injured in an accident or because of the actions of another person, it’s helpful to understand tort claims. Being familiar with tort law can help you understand your rights and ensure you know when you’re entitled to… read more

What Are the Top 10 Disabilities?

In Fort Worth, Texas, many people live with disabilities that make everyday tasks more challenging. These disabilities arise from health problems and injuries.  Considering the top 10 disabilities listed by the Social Security Administration (SSA) can help you be better prepared to deal with a personal injury claim or support a loved one.  1. Musculoskeletal… read more

What Are the Differences Between Personal Injury Case Managers and Paralegals?

Two important roles in the support team of a personal injury law firm are paralegals and case managers. These professionals handle a range of tasks to assist lawyers with cases and free up their time for tasks that require their expertise.  The role of a paralegal and case manager has a lot of overlap. These… read more