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What Is Double Indemnity in a Personal Injury Case?

Posted on June 24, 2021 Personal Injury
Double indemnity is a type of clause often found in life insurance policies. It is a provision that allows a claimant to recover additional money – generally, a double payout – in the event of an accidental death. Unfortunately, insurance companies often prevent clients from receiving the financial recovery they deserve through double indemnity...
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What’s the Average Payout for Soft-Tissue Injuries?

Posted on June 23, 2021 Personal Injury
Soft-tissue injuries are common and soft tissue injury compensation amounts can vary in accidents throughout Texas. Soft-tissue injuries are not as obvious or easy to prove as hard injuries, such as broken bones. Proving your soft-tissue injury and obtaining a fair payout may take assistance from a personal injury lawyer in Dallas to improve...
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What Is the Difference Between Personal Injury and Bodily Injury?

Posted on June 23, 2021 Personal Injury
If you file a claim for an injury you suffered in a preventable accident in Texas, you may encounter one or both terms – personal injury and bodily injury. Although sometimes used interchangeably, these phrases have different meanings on a legal level. Understanding the difference can help you make more sense of your injury...
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Should I Handle My Personal Injury Claim Alone or Hire a Lawyer?

Posted on June 21, 2021 Personal Injury
If you get injured in an accident in Dallas, you may be entitled to financial compensation. Unfortunately, the personal injury claims process can be confusing and difficult to navigate. Hiring a personal injury lawyer can vastly improve your legal experience and the outcome of your case. Not all personal injury claims require legal representation,...
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Can You Sue After Signing a Liability Waiver in Texas?

Posted on June 18, 2021 Personal Injury
If you engage in an activity with known injury risks, you will most likely be asked to sign a liability waiver. Signing means that you accept the risks associated with the activity and that you are releasing the person or party from financial responsibility (liability) should something go wrong and you suffer an injury....
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