Evidence You’ll Need to Build a Personal Injury Case

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When you are considering filing a personal injury case against someone, it is important not only to prove injuries and damages, but to make sure you have evidence to support your claims. Several types of evidence can be utilized when establishing your case including witness testimony, expert statements, medical records, and demonstrable evidence.  Types Of […]

Hit and Run Laws in Texas

hit and run laws Texas

Car accidents happen every day in Texas and are stressful on all parties involved. After an accident occurs, Texas law requires drivers to stop and provide contact information to the other driver involved in the accident. While this exchange of contact information occurs after most accidents, sometimes drivers panic and flee the scene of the […]

What to Do After Injury in an Accident with a Drunk Driver

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If a drunk driving accident has negatively affected your family, it is in your best interest to hire a qualified attorney. Texas is a pure negligence state, which allows you to file a civil lawsuit against the drunk driver that caused injuries to you or your loved one. If you have been injured or a […]

The 4 Most Common Injuries from a Car Crash

injuries from car crash

While motor vehicle accidents are a common scene during your daily commute, being involved in an accident yourself can have life-altering consequences. From the very minor to the exceptionally serious, these accidents can cause physical injuries to yourself and any passengers that require varying levels of medical intervention and treatment. Some injuries are more common […]

How to Avoid the 3 Common Causes of Car Accidents 

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We’re all human, and we all make mistakes. Nevertheless, our human error can get us into sticky situations. Based on reportable crashes in 2021, The Texas Department of Transportation states 1 person was killed every 1 hours and 57 minutes, 1 person was injured every 2 minutes and 12 seconds, and there was 1 reportable […]

Naming an Executor: What You Should Know

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When having a will drafted, one of the important things to consider is naming an executor. This is the person designated to bear the task of carrying out the terms of the will. The executor of an estate is a fiduciary. They owe fiduciary duties to the beneficiaries when performing their responsibilities during the probate […]

Probate and Non-Probate: What’s the Difference?

probate vs non-probate

When preparing a plan for your estate, it is important to get a holistic understanding of both your assets and your debts. Assets come in many kinds, but, upon a person’s death, assets are classified legally as either probate or non-probate. The differences between these two kinds of assets are paramount when creating an estate […]

Why You Should Never DIY Estate Planning

DIY Estate Planning

Please, we beg of you:  Don’t go the do-it-yourself route. There are many internet sites, television and radio ads telling us how easy it is to write your own Will.  You may have even heard a family member talk about a hand-written Will, but they don’t tell you about the dangers. There are several things […]

Account for Disability in Your Estate Planning

Account for disability in estate planning

Please, plan for disability. No one wants to think about dying—not when there is so much life left to live. However, planning for the inevitable is a smart and pragmatic move that could save your loved ones a lot of heartache, and possibly money, when the day comes that they must learn to live without […]