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An Overview Of Medical Malpractice

Texas Medical Malpractice Attorney Providing Personalized Representation Supporting You After A Medical Error Causes Injury Or Death You put your trust in doctors and other medical professionals to always act in your best interests. When their negligent actions lead...

Answers To Other Questions Related To Wrongful Death

What Is The Statute of Limitations For Filing A Claim? The statute of limitations, or deadline, to file a lawsuit for wrongful death is two years from the date of death. There are two major exceptions to this rule: Medical malpractice cases resulting in death must be...

FAQs About Wrongful Death Cases

What Is Wrongful Death? Wrongful death is a legal theory under which certain persons can make a claim for the death of a loved one. As the name suggests, the death must be “wrongful” – meaning the death was caused by the negligence (error) of another person or...

Basic Information About Wrongful Death Cases

Protecting Your Rights After The Wrongful Death Of A Loved One Fort Worth Attorney Providing Trustworthy And Honest Representation When the death of your family member is caused by another’s negligent or reckless actions, you have the right to pursue damages. Greg...

How Soon to Seek Medical Treatment After an Accident?

It is always a good idea to receive medical treatment as soon as possible after an accident, even if you do not think you are hurt.  You could have suffered injuries you do not even know about. When an accident occurs, whether it is a car accident or any other...

How Important Is Evidence in A Personal Injury Case?

Evidence is critical in a personal injury case, although it seems that sometimes people do not realize what classifies as evidence. Evidence includes testimony of witnesses and the testimony of people involved in an accident, including passengers in the vehicle....