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May 1, 2011

May 2011 Newsletter

A Safer Teen Driver in the Making The cliché is true: teenagers usually don’t make very good drivers. However, is there a way to make them any better and hence, safer? New studies say that this can actually be done. When we think of teenage car accidents, images of careless […]
April 28, 2011

Watch Your Children Closely When They’re in the Pool This Summer

The following press release was originally found on PR Newswire, and as the swimming month’s are upon us, it couldn’t be more relevant. You don’t want to be left filing a personal injury or wrongful death case, because you didn’t practice proper swimming safety rules with your children. “75 Drownings […]
April 28, 2011

5 Ways Insurance Company Lawyers Stalk Personal Injury Plaintiffs on Facebook

Your accident lawyer probably already told you – the best approach is to just stop all your Facebook activity for the duration of your personal injury trial. For some people that would be like stopping their breathing…. If cutting yourself off from Facebook simply isn’t an option then read on […]
April 18, 2011

Allstate’s Corruption Toward Personal Injury Claims

Allstate is one of several insurance companies that, in my opinion, commonly uses corrupt practices in evaluating personal injury claims, in an effort to underpay legitimate claims. As a result, Allstate and its corrupt cohorts who use the same or similar software, have reaped millions and millions of dollars, which […]
April 12, 2011

What is a Deposition in a Personal Injury Case?

In the event that your personal injury case goes to trial, you will likely have to face a line of questioning prior to the trial called a “deposition.” Depositions are done so that the attorney of the opposing party, as well as the counsel, can learn more about you, and […]
April 12, 2011

Personal Injury Lawsuits: Out-of-Court Settlement VS Going to Trial

When most people think of lawyers, they usually have a grandiose vision of them in a large courtroom in front of a judge and jury, making a compelling argument on their client’s behalf. The fact of the matter is that many lawyers handle their cases without actually going to trial, […]
April 4, 2011

Maritime Injuries, the Jones Act, and Disability Benefits

The following is a guest blog post by the Texas Maritime Lawyers of Schechter, McElwee, Shaffer & Harris, L.L.P.  This worldwide Jones Act law firm has handled personal injury cases for over 45 years. Maritime Injuries, the Jones Act, and Disability Benefits If you are injured while working offshore, you […]
February 10, 2011

4 Frequently Asked Questions When Choosing A Personal Injury Attorney

You’ve just been injured, and you’re already fired up about filing a lawsuit. Do you have a personal injury attorney? Chances are, you don’t, and a finding the perfect one for your personal injury case can be more challenging than you think. Working with a good personal injury attorney is […]
February 1, 2011

Texas Truck Accident Litigation

If you were injured in an auto accident with a commercial vehicle, 18-wheeler or other large truck, you may be wondering what happens now.  Your first concern will be your medical treatment.  A close second may be the financial hardship of being off from work or becoming disabled.  You may […]
January 26, 2011

Don’t Forget Your Helmet Before Hitting The Slopes

Skiing and snowboarding are considered no more dangerous than other high energy sports, however, these recreational activities are challenging and require skills that can only be learned with an experienced instructor, and a great deal of practice. Skiing and snowboarding involve some inherent risk, but generally speaking, it is that […]
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