Category: Premises Liability

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  • March
    14 2019

    Texas Personal Injury Cases & Minors: A Guide for Parents & Legal Guardians

    In Texas, personal injury cases for minors work differently than claims for adults. That’s because Texas law does not grant minors the legal authority to file their claim alone. Revealing more about these claims, this guide explains how personal injury cases for minors work in Texas so parents and guardians know how to seek justice […]

  • March
    07 2019

    How Long After an Accident & Injury Do I Have to File a Claim?

    You have two years after an accident to file a case in Texas against the liable party. In other words, Texas law sets a two-year statute of limitations for filing a personal injury case. This two-year timeframe starts as of the date of: The accident or event that caused the injuries – For some cases, […]

  • February
    21 2019

    Personal Injury Cases: What Happens in “He Said, She Said” Situations?

    “He said, she said” disputes can be the basis of nearly any type of personal injury case. That’s because, when one party accuses another of negligence and causing harm, the accused party often has a different story as part of his or her defense case. When conflicting stories about what occurred and who’s liable arise […]

  • February
    14 2019

    After an Accident & Injuries, How Much Time Do I Have to File a Claim?

    When you’ve been hurt by someone else’s negligence, you may have the right to file a personal injury lawsuit to seek compensation for your injuries, suffering, and losses. While various factors can impact whether you have a valid claim, one of the key elements is when you file your case. That’s because Texas law sets […]

  • February
    07 2019

    Can a Minor Who Is Injured in an Accident File a Lawsuit?

    Minors harmed by others’ negligence may have legal claims, but they do not have the legal authority under Texas law to file that claim alone. Instead, their case will have to be initiated and pursued by someone who does have that legal authority, namely a trusted party who is at least 18 years old. This […]