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How to Talk to an Insurance Company After an Injury

If you are injured in an accident, you will likely communicate with the at-fault party’s insurance company to help settle the matter financially. However, many people are unfamiliar with their rights after an accident and how they should communicate with… Read More

How Our Attorneys Value a Personal Injury Lawsuit

One of the most common questions attorneys are asked is how much a personal injury case is worth. Since every case is different, there is not a set value for a particular case. However, an experienced Fort Worth personal injury attorney will have the… Read More

Can You Sue a City for Negligence and Personal Injury?

When an accident is caused by a government agency or its employees, it may be appropriate to file a lawsuit against the municipality for your injuries. The experienced personal injury attorneys in Fort Worth at Stephens, Anderson & Cummings are well-versed… Read More

When Can I File a Lawsuit for Pain and Suffering?

In cases of injuries caused by someone else’s negligence or harmful actions, the victim may seek to sue for damages for pain and suffering. However, pain and suffering damages are not as easy to quantify as medical expenses or lost wages, where an amount… Read More

What Is the Difference Between a Personal Injury Claim and a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

Although victims may be able to recover compensation for their injuries through personal injury claims and personal injury lawsuits, there are several differences between the two processes. A personal injury claim is a request made to either the victim’s… Read More

What You Need to Know About Punitive Damages in Texas

Under certain circumstances, a person filing a personal injury lawsuit may be awarded punitive damages, which are additional damages that can only be awarded by a court. However, punitive damages are rare and can only be obtained if a court determines… Read More

The Role of Negligence in Texas Personal Injury Claims

Negligence is a legal term that refers to when an individual fails to act in a manner that a reasonable person would. Negligence is central to all Texas personal injury claims.If a victim can prove another person, company or entity is negligent, he or… Read More

Can Social Media Affect Your Personal Injury Claim?

Social media can be a great way to share your experiences and communicate with others. However, revealing too much information online can have negative effects, especially if you are involved in a personal injury lawsuit. As the presence and influence… Read More

What You Need to Know About Asbestos Exposure

Asbestos was commonly used in many industries during the 20th century, which caused many workers to be exposed to the dangerous mineral. Asbestos exposure is the only known cause of mesothelioma, a fatal form of cancer. If you or someone you love has… Read More

Who Could be Held Liable for a Construction Site Accident?

Injuries from construction accidents are unfortunately very common and can range in severity from minor wounds to life-threatening conditions. When a construction accident caused by negligence results in severe injury or death, the at-fault party can… Read More