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How Personal Injury Mediation Works

Posted on January 12, 2022 Personal Injury
Personal injury mediation is a type of pretrial conflict resolution, also known as alternative dispute resolution or ADR. It is an opportunity for both parties involved in a personal injury case to resolve the issue by reaching a settlement rather than going to trial. Sometimes, mediation is a legal requirement before a case can...
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What Is a Personal Injury Settlement Agreement?

Posted on January 11, 2022 Personal Injury
A personal injury settlement agreement is one possible way to end a personal injury claim. It describes an agreement made between the plaintiff (the injured party) and defendant (the liable party) to end the case with the agreed-upon resolution. Settlements have many benefits for both parties – which is why most personal injury cases...
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What Is the Texas Dram Shop Law?

Posted on October 26, 2021 Car Accidents
When one person injures another, the injured party may seek compensation for his or her injuries and associated expenses by filing a personal injury lawsuit against the person who injured him or her. In some situations, a third-party may share some of the blame. This third-party may not have directly contributed to the injury-causing...
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Proving Lost Wages and Loss of Earning Capacity in a Personal Injury Case

Posted on June 29, 2021 Personal Injury
One of the many ways an accident can interfere with your life is by taking you out of work. Your injury may temporarily make you unable to perform the necessary tasks of your job, or you might have suffered a disability that will take you out of work for the foreseeable future. Either way,...
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When Is It Best to Take a Settlement vs. Going to Trial?

Posted on June 28, 2021 Personal Injury
There are two main ways to resolve a personal injury case in Texas: a settlement or a trial. Settlements are more common and generally more popular, as they are faster and cheaper than injury trials. Certain circumstances, however, require injury trials. Both legal options have potential advantages and disadvantages. Determining which is the best...
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