TEXAS CITY LAW BLOG

Types of Back Injuries Caused by Car Accidents in Texas

Types of Back Injuries Caused by Car Accidents in Texas

If you have suffered a back injury as the result of a motor vehicle accident caused by the negligence or reckless behavior of another, you may be able to file a personal injury claim to help you cover expenses associated with past and future medical and rehabilitative care, as well as lost income.

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How Wrongful Death Claims are Handled in Texas

How Wrongful Death Claims are Handled in Texas

Accidents happen. Many of them cause injuries such as cuts, bruises, strains, and sprains. Some are more severe, including loss of sight, organ damage, and debilitating spine or brain injuries. Perhaps worst of all is the accident that leads to the death of a parent, sibling, child, or spouse.

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Texas Personal Injury Liens Ensure Hospitals Payment for Medical Services, and More

If you are injured due to the negligence of another and your injuries require medical treatment, Texas law allows hospitals and emergency providers to collect money from any compensation recovered in a lawsuit or settlement.

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Passenger Compensation Involving Automobile Accidents in League City

If you were injured in a car accident due to another’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation. And it doesn’t matter if you were the driver or passenger, you have a right to seek compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other associated expenses if negligence caused you harm.

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Texas Car Accidents While Pregnant

There are few occasions more monumental or joyous than the birth of a child. Leading up to that big day, pregnant women do everything possible to ensure the health and safety of their unborn child: maintaining a healthy diet, getting plenty of exercise and rest, and avoiding dangerous situations.

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What is a Letter of Protection in a Texas Personal Injury Case?

If you’ve been harmed due to the negligence of another, you may be entitled to compensation for any injuries or damages suffered. Proving injury, however, is a complex process that involves more than your personal account of what happened.

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