Month: April 2019

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  • April
    23 2019

    Hiring a Law Firm for a Car Wreck Case: Why, How & When

    Retaining a law firm and attorney after a car accident can make all of the difference in the strength and outcome of your case. And that may make a big difference in your financial recovery and your future. Here’s why – and how you can make sure you’re retaining the right legal representation when it’s […]

  • April
    18 2019

    When Previous Flood Damage to Homes Is Not Disclosed to Buyers: What You MUST Know

    When you buy a new home, there are all sorts of new things to discover, from your favorite new room to the neighborhood and more. What you don’t want to discover is that your new home was damaged or flooded by Hurricane Harvey. Whether you’re getting ready to buy a new home or you’ve recently […]

  • April
    16 2019

    Texas Hospital Liens & Personal Injury Cases: What You MUST Know

    Hospitals in Texas are legally allowed to file liens against future claims to personal injury compensation. Not every lien filed, however, is legal or valid. If you or a loved one has been seriously hurt in an accident, here’s what you need to know if you seek (or have sought) care at a hospital. Whenever […]

  • April
    11 2019

    How Texas Hospitals Abuse the Hospital Lien Statute

    If you’re hurt in an accident and you seek care at a Texas hospital, that facility may have the rights to: File a lien against any future claim for compensation you may have – So, if you’re injuries were caused by another party’s negligence and you pursue a claim against that negligent party, the hospital […]

  • April
    09 2019

    Liability for Failure to Disclose Hurricane Harvey Flood Damage to Homes

    Buying a house can be complicated and stressful enough when you’re dealing with ethical, upfront sellers, agents, and others. When you’re not, you could end up with a hone that’s suffered serious damage from the past. In Texas, this scenario often involves flood damage from Hurricane Harvey, which can leave homes at risk of (or riddled […]