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Burwell Nebout Trial Lawyers - What is a Personal Injury Demand Letter in Texas

What is a Personal Injury Demand Letter in Texas?

One of the most important elements of your personal injury case in Texas, and particularly of the settlement negotiation phase, is your demand letter. A personal injury demand letter is essentially a jumping off point.

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Do I Need a Lawyer after Suffering a Soft Tissue Injury in Texas?

Unlike acute traumas, which are typically visually apparent and often require urgent medical care, soft-tissue injuries may not be immediately noticeable. Because they occur internally—in the muscles, ligaments, and tendons—soft tissue injuries may present as pain that worsens over time, or may not be taken as seriously as they should be.

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Burwell Nebout Trial Lawyers - Expert Witnesses in Your Texas Personal Injury Case

Expert Witnesses in Your Texas Personal Injury Case

As you build your personal injury case, you might reach out to on-the-scene witnesses to corroborate details of an accident or incident that they also experienced or observed firsthand.

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Burwell Nebout Trial Lawyers - The Personal Injury Deposition Process in Texas

The Personal Injury Deposition Process in Texas

Understanding what to expect in each phase of personal injury litigation can make all the difference in your case. Our job begins well before we step foot into a courtroom—and so does yours.

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cruise ship

What to Do After a Cruise Ship Accident

Suffering an injury is never fun, let alone while you’re on vacation. Not only can an injury throw a wrench into many of your plans, but you are also away from home—sometimes even in another country—away from doctors you know and trust, and often without loved ones and others who can care for you.

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Jones Act

Three Mistakes to Avoid in Your Jones Act Case

Under the Jones Act, if you are hurt during the course of your duties either as a result of negligence by your employer or coworker, or because the vessel on which you work is deemed unsafe or unseaworthy, you are entitled to collect compensation for the damages you suffer by suing your employer.

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