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Why are Abuse Cases in Nursing Home and Mental Health Facilities so Complicated?

The primary challenge in such cases comes from the fact that the elderly or mentally disabled are often unable to tell their side of the story in an abuse case and the testimony of the alleged abusers can only be challenged by either physical evidence or an unimpeachable “whistleblower” witness. As we’ve mentioned, nursing home and mental care facility abuse cases are a form of medical malpractice. And in the State of Texas, medical malpractice cases are highly influenced by tort reform measures. Several years ago Texas lawmakers passed certain measures that insulate medical professionals from lawsuits. But in the attempt to eliminate frivolous lawsuits, tort reform has created a “donut hole” where legitimate cases against medical professionals are harder to win. Tort reform holds plaintiffs in medical malpractice lawsuits to a higher standard of proof in order to show the liability of the accused medical professional. And those same tort reform measures limit (or “cap) the value of compensation that can be awarded to any successful malpractice plaintiff

As a result, many attorneys have simply stopped taking nursing home and mental health facility abuse cases. But the abuse attorneys with our Law Firm are not afraid of a challenge and we still believe that those who have hurt the elderly and mentally impaired should be held fully accountable for their actions.

The Common Causes of Elderly Wrongful Deaths

Wrongful deaths that result in the passing of an elderly loved one can happen in a variety of ways. Most of them arise from the negligent behavior of healthcare providers entrusted with caring for such vulnerable people. All-too-often we see tragic news stories about unnecessary deaths involving nursing home abuse or neglect. Lack of proper care can also be a contributing factor, such as when bedsores form and cause infection leading to death. Additionally, your elderly loved ones may have suffered a wrongful death because of medical malpractice, in which the medical professional (doctor or nurse) responsible for their care can be held liable for their death, depending on the specifics of your parent or grandparent’s passing.

We’ve spoken of the inherent difficulties of tort reform in medical malpractice suits and the damage caps that are now in place. This means that surviving family members could only stand to see a certain amount in compensation if their insurance claim or civil case produces a successful outcome. And yet, with such a cap in place, the compensation received through such a claim is often less than what will usually adequately cover the actual damages. An experienced wrongful death attorney with our Law Firm can assist a family seeking compensation for their loss through other possible legal routes, especially if more than one defendant (a third party) is identified through an attorney’s investigation. So the financial shortfall sometimes experienced by the malpractice benefit caps in the wake of a successful lawsuit might be supplemented through legitimate third party negligence lawsuits to produce a more reasonable total damage award, relative to the actual harm done to these vulnerable patients.

We can tell you this. If you have a just case in which – upon investigation – proves negligence contributed to the injury or sad demise of your beloved family member at an assisted care center, contact our Law Firm at 1(800) 862-1260 (toll-free) to arrange a free legal consultation. We work on contingency and can apprise you of all your practical legal options. With experience in bringing cases against every major insurer in the state, and with a strong reputation among many defense attorneys, our Law Firm is well-positioned, highly-respected, and a firm that assisted care centers, their insurers and lawyers strongly wish to avoid.

We’ll use our reputation and experience to force these defendants to give you the justice you deserve for your loved one’s injury or untimely passing. Your beloved relatives, grandparents or parents, elderly aunts or uncles lived rich lives. Don’t allow them to be victimized in their last days by negligent people who injured them or took them from you too-soon.

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Investigations into the Circumstances Surrounding the Wrongful Death are the Sole Responsibility of Surviving Family Members

The cold hard truth when it comes to the death of an elderly person is this. Old people die. And because of this, something must be clearly out-of-line in order for that death to come to the attention of the County Medical Examiner. In two news stories on 60 Minutes, both of which surrounded the investigation of suspicious elderly deaths in Southern California and Louisiana nursing homes, it was discovered that less than five in 100 such deaths were even investigated by the Los Angeles County and Orleans Parrish Medical Examiners. They just took the word of the doctor-of-record at each center that the causes of all deaths were natural and not extraordinary. Besides, these ME’s had backlogs of cases due to the fact that their undermanned and underfunded staffs had plenty to do without opening that “assisted care center” wrongful death can-of-worms. So the attention of these medical examiners never came into play after all of those deaths.

But when 60 minutes producers took a sample of suspicious deaths in both locations and did their own investigations, they found one-in-fifteen to be “suspicious” and investigated further. Three of the Southern California deaths were found to have been caused by a minimum wage employee at one elderly care facility who was tired of “putting up with old people who complained all the time.”

This underscores the problem that tells you why a third-party investigator (like 60 Minutes) with solid experience in getting to the bottom of such tragic deaths is a necessity in proving malpractice or wrongful death of a loved one who died while living in assisted care.

Our Law Firm has decades of investigating these types of cases. In addition to our traditional investigative team, we also have an roster of respected medical experts who get to the bottom of your deceased loved one’s suspicious death. And if your fears prove to be true, our investigations help us build the strongest Texas assisted care medical malpractice or wrongful death case for you and your family.

The Current State of the Assisted Care Industry: it is NOT all That Sympathetic

Choosing to admit your loved one into an assisted living center or a private mental treatment facility was probably an arduous decision that was not easily arrive at. And as you investigated prospective centers, it is certain that you saw many that proudly pointed to happy residents who were active and being well-treated. But it is certain that some “managed care centers” were little more than “image spin and marketing.”

Monthly fees at assisted living centers range from $1,500 – $7,500: with the majority falling in the $2500-$3500 range. Private mental facilities are even more expensive. That’s well over $30,000 a year for “average” care. And rare is the instance where more than half that amount is covered by Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security or some other reasonably-priced supplemental insurance (even if all are combined). The rest comes out of your family’s pocket. With so much money being spent, you expect the best care and service possible for your loved one. Many times you get it, or appear to. But just as often, when you lift the veil of secrecy in the nursing home and assisted care industry, you’ll find that you don’t always get what you pay for.

Usually, no more than 10% of assisted living center employees make more than $30,000 a year (on average). The rest serve as “assistants,” which is a nice way of saying “minimum wage employee.” These are the people who daily care for your loved one. And their jobs are not easy. That employee in Southern California who was charged in those three wrongful deaths was just such a “minimum-wage point person” who got tired of making $300 a week (with overtime) to perform a thankless and sometimes unpleasant job because he couldn’t find a better one. When he was on trial, he said, under cross-examination, “I just finally had it with emptying bedpans and giving sponge baths to all those old people who did nothing but complain all the time.”

Under such prevailing circumstances, is it any wonder that so many wrongful deaths occur in assisted living centers and private mental facilities. Like we said, what you are sold isn’t always what you get when the assisted care center, is either lax in its duty to care for your loved ones, or the “suits” who are in charge cut corners in trying to squeeze every dime out of their facility. And if their center’s negligence caused a wrongful death, they assume that their general chances were excellent that no one would listen to the complaints of these elderly or mentally impaired patients, or their families because they were covered by medical examiner inaction. Had it not been for a private investigation such reprehensible offenses would never have come to light.

We can tell you this. If you have a just case in which – upon investigation – proves negligence contributed to the injury or sad demise of your beloved family member at an assisted care center, contact our Law Firm at 1(800) 862-1260 (toll-free) to arrange a free legal consultation. We work on contingency and can apprise you of all your practical legal options. With experience in bringing cases against every major insurer in the state, and with a strong reputation among many defense attorneys, our Law Firm is well-positioned, highly-respected, and a firm that assisted care centers, their insurers and lawyers strongly wish to avoid.

We’ll use our reputation and experience to force these defendants to give you the justice you deserve for your loved one’s injury or untimely passing. Your beloved relatives, grandparents or parents, elderly aunts or uncles lived rich lives. Don’t allow them to be victimized in their last days by negligent people who injured them or took them from you too-soon.

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Insurance Companies Aggressively Oppose your Civil Damage Claims at Every Turn

Just about every wrongful death lawsuit that involves medical malpractice will likely involve some type of insurance coverage for the assisted living center, the doctor-of-record, and other healthcare staff members because the nursing home laws in Texas require it. As a result, an insurer that holds such a prominent policy will certainly try to do whatever they can to avoid being judged responsible for paying out damages in the event of wrongful death due to negligence by an assisted living center’s healthcare or general staff.

This uncaring behavior, even if the evidence clearly proves the insured party was negligent in causing the wrongful death, rarely changes; regardless of the bereaved family’s obvious need for proper compensation. This is a prominent reason why your wrongful death or medical malpractice case requires aggressive legal representation. These insurers (along with their adjusters and the lawyers who defend the insurance companies in court) typically attempt to make such blame disappear and claim that “this old person died of natural causes,” then ask for relief from what they are certain to charge as a frivolous lawsuit.

Unless you and your Texas medical malpractice attorney have meticulously built a strong case with relevant evidence discovered through a stringent investigation that can speak for your loved one who now cannot, an insurer may be able to argue themselves out of liability for this unfortunate, negligent death, and get their clients off the hook of paying no compensation whatsoever to your family. And this means no justice against the defendant. It also means this defendant feels safe in continuing this reprehensible behavior against someone else’s beloved parent, grandparent, aunt or uncle, son or daughter and make their families suffer.

With over two decades of experience in taking on these types of insurers, our Law Firm is well-acquainted with their methods and tactics, and how to counter every one of them. This means that we can make sure that you’re treated fairly by the insurance companies that have no interest at all in anything other than keeping their money.

We can tell you this. If you have a just case in which – upon investigation – proves negligence contributed to the injury or sad demise of your beloved family member at an assisted care center, contact our Law Firm at 1(800) 862-1260 (toll-free) to arrange a free legal consultation. We work on contingency and can apprise you of all your practical legal options. With experience in bringing cases against every major insurer in the state, and with a strong reputation among many defense attorneys, our Law Firm is well-positioned, highly-respected, and a firm that assisted care centers, their insurers and lawyers strongly wish to avoid.

We’ll use our reputation and experience to force these defendants to give you the justice you deserve for your loved one’s injury or untimely passing. Your beloved relatives, grandparents or parents, elderly aunts or uncles lived rich lives. Don’t allow them to be victimized in their last days by negligent people who injured them or took them from you too-soon.

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Texas Malpractice and Wrongful Death Attorneys at our Texas Law Firm Can Help You in the Event of a Suspicious Death of Your Elderly Loved One

Losing a loved one can be an emotionally trying time, especially if they were advanced in years and endured suffering at the end of their time in your lives. If your elderly loved one suffered a wrongful death due to the negligence of a person or entity, you likely have merit in seeking compensation for your loss. Through a wrongful death lawsuit (or accompanying medical malpractice or defective product suits), you could stand to be compensated for your loss, but you will also be working to ensure that the guilty defendant is held accountable for their negligent behavior – in both civil court and criminal court if the latter applies – so that a future death does not have to occur as a result of their poor or careless decisions.

The same inspiration applies if your loved one suffered a wrongful death while at a private mental facility or any other assisted living or long-term aftercare center. The bottom line is this relative was the victim of some sort of negligence. And once that negligence has been identified and proven, surviving family members deserve the fairest compensation amount the law allows, from every defendant!

We have a bit of free advice if your beloved grandparent, parent, elderly aunt or uncle has recently passed, and you feel uncomfortable about the circumstances surrounding the passing.

When it’s time to make that last visit with the center’s owners to pick-up your loved one’s belongings and sign the legal documents that end your relationship with the center, review them very carefully. And if you see anything resembling a liability release form, consider that to be unusual under the circumstances and ask if them to provide a copy for your attorney to review, prior to signing it. In fact, maybe you should have a wrongful death lawyer accompany you to this meeting to give you his view of the situation and also review everything you should sign. Remember, deception and fraud can extend the statute of limitations. But a good investigative and legal mind can usually tell you right away if he or she “smells something fishy.”

Even more-so: Before you speak with an insurance company, or accept even a single dollar of payment or compensation from any defendant, or sign anything, or attempt to file a lawsuit on your own, you must contact a competent lawyer. All of your opponents want you to accept a substandard settlement, so they can save their own money. Don’t be taken advantage of.

The Texas wrongful death attorneys at our Texas Law Firm have decades of experience in litigating wrongful death cases arising from negligent elderly or other extended medical care centers. We can help you secure a fair settlement (or court judgment) for your loss, even if it might appear minimal or nonexistent at-a-glance, after your loved one’s passing.

We can tell you this. If you have a just case in which – upon investigation – proves negligence contributed to the injury or sad demise of your beloved family member at an assisted care center, contact our Law Firm at 1(800) 862-1260 (toll-free) to arrange a free legal consultation. We work on contingency and can apprise you of all your practical legal options. With experience in bringing cases against every major insurer in the state, and with a strong reputation among many defense attorneys, our Law Firm is well-positioned, highly-respected, and a firm that assisted care centers, their insurers and lawyers strongly wish to avoid.

We’ll use our reputation and experience to force these defendants to give you the justice you deserve for your loved one’s injury or untimely passing. Your beloved relatives, grandparents or parents, elderly aunts or uncles lived rich lives. Don’t allow them to be victimized in their last days by negligent people who injured them or took them from you too-soon.

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Speak With Our Texas Attorneys if a Loved one has Suffered Injury due to the Negligence or Neglect of a Nursing Professional
When people consider medical malpractice, they typically think of lawsuits filed against doctors or surgeons. But the truth is that virtually any medical professional can be guilty of medical malpractice and can end up as the cause for an insurance claim, or become a defendant in a lawsuit. In today’s world of modern medicine, nurses are given a much greater number of responsibilities and are becoming much more involved in all aspects of patient care.

While this is generally a good thing, it means that, when nurses make mistakes, the consequences of those mistakes are much more severe. Due to these changes in the medical world, nurse malpractice lawsuits are becoming quite common as opposed to 30 years ago when they weren’t nearly as prevalent. If you have been injured due to a nurse’s mistake, our nurse malpractice lawyers can tell you what options are available to you and how you can seek compensation for your injuries.

Common Types of Nursing Malpractice Injuries

Any number of mistakes can result in nurse malpractice, but in general, as with all medical malpractice cases, nurses are guilty of malpractice if the care they provide fails to reach the standard set by other professionals in the nursing field. More specifically, this type of negligence commonly includes:

Failing to monitor a patient’s vital signs and report to doctors the changes in these signs.
Failing to collect test results in a timely manner so that proper treatment can be given.
Failing to report any changes in a patient’s condition to the physician attending the patient.
Committing some sort of mistake while administering medication or providing any other form of patient care.
Nursing malpractice can occur in a variety of patient care environments: in a hospital or in a privately-managed care facility such as a nursing home or retirement center; even visiting nurses who care for patients in their homes have been found to have committed malpractice.

We have filed successful claims against almost every insurance carrier in the state, and their adjusters and defense lawyers know how successful our lawyers have been. They typically cooperate fully with our settlement demands so that they do not have to face us in court. But if taking a case to trial is what it takes to get you the settlement you need, we are ready, willing and able. We will do everything we can to help you get back on your feet. So if you have been the victim of nursing malpractice, contact Texas nurse malpractice attorney our lead attorney today for a free initial consultation.

Put our years of experience to work for you. We can inform you of what your rights are, how to proceed with your claim and how much compensation you can secure from your malpractice injury case. Call our Law Firm now at 1(800) 862-1260 (toll-free) for a free consultation and find out how we can help you. The legal professionals at our Texas Law Firm will help you seek the justice you deserve and the settlement you need.

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What are the Parameters of Medical Malpractice and How do they Apply to Nurses?

All medical professionals owe their patients a high “legal duty.” In medical malpractice terms, a legal duty is described as a “standard of care.” Medical professionals owe their patients a certain responsibility of care that is proportionate to that of their peers. More simply-put, doctors, nurses and all healthcare professionals must treat their patients as others in their same field would treat theirs. The healthcare industry falls into a category that calls for a very high standard of care (or “duty”) since medical professionals receive years of unique and highly-specialized training. They must undergo years of extensive education and rigorous certification in order to safely treat their patients.

This education is also supposed to make them sensitive to the physical and emotional needs of their patients. This is why society in-general expects medical professionals to not only be knowledgeable when it comes to their ability to properly and correctly diagnose, they must treat patients with sensitivity, without causing these vulnerable people further injury or discomfort. All caregivers are held to higher standards than people in other professions due to their specialized occupations. This leads to very lofty expectations of performance in the eyes of the general public as well as the law.

Whether They Are Aware or Not, Medical Professionals Can Violate Their Legal Duty

Once a standard of care has been proven in a malpractice case, the next duty of the plaintiff is to clearly illustrate that the responsible medical professional(s) who violated that standard of care is specifically liable for your injuries. A simple example might find that a nurse breaches the standard of care if he or she erroneously gives a patient the wrong prescription or misreads vital data during surgery causing the operating surgeon to make a mistake. Nurses can misread a patient’s chart and cause an attending physician to make a mistake in treatment which brings further harm to the patient. Many of these same mistakes can occur in a managed care environment, causing mistakes in treatment that might lead to a rapid wrongful death. And in a home care environment, a nurse might not properly manage paperwork on which overall treatment of that home-bound patient is determined; again leading to a case of malpractice when this wrong treatment catches up with the patient.

In any instance surrounding administering prescription drugs, any medical professional involved in this vital task must know to avoid taking negligent, incorrect steps in administering and recording the treatments given to the patient. Such a violation is reasonably considered to be outside of the norm for the standard of care. Sometimes, when a nurse makes a mistake, they may be the last to know.

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But very few people such as you have even the smallest amount of necessary legal acumen to understand, or even know, why a nurse, or some other medical professional chose to do what they did. This is why expert medical witnesses must be sought-out and retained by your nursing malpractice lawyer in order to determine whether or not a medical professional has violated the standard of care for their profession. These expert witnesses, usually doctors themselves must have extensive experience in the same fields of medicine as the nursing defendants in order to be beneficial to your Texas medical malpractice claim.

Specialized witnesses are able to properly and accurately determine whether or not a standard of care was violated, by whom, to what degree and in what context if more than one healthcare provider might be a defendant; especially if some sort of cover-up might apply to your malpractice lawsuit. We can help you locate these expert medical witnesses, either in Texas or across the U.S. who are lynchpins in proving your allegations of breach of the high medical standard of care: elemental to the success of your malpractice case. Since Texas has one of the highest concentrations of renowned medical professionals in the world, chances are we won’t have to look very far.

We have filed successful claims against almost every insurance carrier in the state, and their adjusters and defense lawyers know how successful our lawyers have been. They typically cooperate fully with our settlement demands so that they do not have to face us in court. But if taking a case to trial is what it takes to get you the settlement you need, we are ready, willing and able. We will do everything we can to help you get back on your feet. So if you have been the victim of nursing malpractice, contact our Texas nurse malpractice attorneys today for a free initial consultation.

Put our years of experience to work for you. If you want to know what your rights are, how to proceed with your claim and how much compensation you can secure from your malpractice injury case. Call our Law Firm now at 1(800) 862-1260 (toll-free) for a free consultation and find out how we can help you. The legal professionals at our Texas Law Firm will help you seek the justice you deserve and the settlement you need.

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Malpractice Lawsuits against Nurses can be Difficult without an Experienced Attorney

Medical malpractice lawsuits can often be the most challenging forms of personal injury or wrongful death cases you will find in Texas. One reason for this sad reality is the simple fact that the medical profession is by-definition, highly technical, sophisticated, and holds defendants to a higher standard of care (or duty). Another reason is that a number of liable parties responsible for the injury can cloud the issue of responsibility for your injuries. And if malpractice is added atop the original injuries that necessitated your treatment; laying appropriate blame is a very intricate task for your investigative legal team. It can sometimes be likened to looking for a needle in a stack of needles. These two reasons alone can help you understand why injured victims have no better than a minuscule chance of winning a Texas medical malpractice claim without the legal help of an experienced nursing malpractice injury attorney.

A skilled lawyer knows how to locate the perfect medical experts to stringently review your treatment records and determine whether your malpractice lawsuit is justified. They are also very adept at detecting medical records that may have been altered by someone, which is an immediate tipoff that a case of nursing malpractice might be at the bottom of your injuries. If nothing else, altering of medical records is a felony. And why would a medical professional risk going to jail for altering medical records unless some sort of malpractice cover-up was involved? Our medical experts can also help determine the degree of responsibility on the part of everyone who was involved in your medical care. And our experienced medical malpractice attorneys have the means and the skill to fold that thorough investigation into your case and apply this substantial evidence into an effective and compelling legal strategy for you.

With decades of experience in personal injury, malpractice and wrongful death law, our Law Firm can help you identify all responsible defendants in your malpractice suit so that you can successfully ask for fair compensation from them for their negligent behavior that made your injury even more painful. Our Law Firm can also work to make certain their careless actions will not be repeated, and harm some other unsuspecting, trusting patient.

We have filed successful claims against almost every insurance carrier in the state, and their adjusters and defense lawyers know how successful our lawyers have been. They typically cooperate fully with our settlement demands so that they do not have to face us in court. But if taking a case to trial is what it takes to get you the settlement you need, we are ready, willing and able. We will do everything we can to help you get back on your feet. So if you have been the victim of nursing malpractice, contact Texas nurse malpractice attorney our lead attorney today for a free initial consultation.

Put our years of experience to work for you. If you want to know what your rights are, how to proceed with your claim and how much compensation you can secure from your malpractice injury case. Call our Law Firm now at 1(800) 862-1260 (toll-free) for a free consultation and find out how we can help you. The legal professionals at our Texas Law Firm will help you seek the justice you deserve and the settlement you need.

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It is Far From Easy Proving Medical Malpractice in Texas: but it IS Done Every Day

Negligent medical professionals believe that they owe you nothing unless you legally compel them to pay you proper compensation by way of a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit. And in order to force those liable for your injuries to pay you this fair compensation, your legal advocate must build a compelling case; using strong and substantial evidence that forces all liable parties to accept responsibility by proving the parts they played within the following guidelines:

A malpractice victim bears the burden of proof in a civil lawsuit to recover damages in Texas. Simply-put you the victim (and your legal counsel) must prove through a “preponderance of the evidence” that a medical defendant caused your injury. And it is the plaintiff/victim’s responsibility to seek legal action against that liable party. You can’t simply wait around to be reimbursed for your injury from those who were negligent in your care out of the goodness of their heart. If you don’t have a solid case, defendants will relentlessly chip away at it. So there is a specific sequence of things you must prove in order to realize the success you wish for in a malpractice lawsuit or insurance claim.

A High Plaintiff “Burden of Proof” for so High a Medical Professional’s Legal Duty

As a plaintiff, your Texas medical malpractice lawyer must effectively prove – in this case – that a nurse’s negligence was the cause of your additional injury or illness in a malpractice case. And even if some of those injuries are all-too-apparent, defense attorneys and insurance companies will demand specific and irrefutable proof that your injuries were actually sustained through the specific negligence of a medical professional. This is where the forensic skill of your investigators and medical experts comes into play as they provide the very proof the defendants demand.

You must prove this guilt of negligent treatment beyond a shadow of a doubt. So, fortified by your experts’ specialized knowledge, you and your experienced lawyer are able to clearly prove to a jury how an injury may have been sustained due to medical negligence by a nurse in a hospital, managed care center or in your home, and can also work to convince those jury members that this series of events that led to your further injury or illness did indeed happen, and that you should be fairly compensated for their malfeasance. And if your case is really strong, the chances of negotiating a reasonable settlement with the guilty defendants grow: which means that maybe an expensive civil trial can be avoided.

We have filed successful claims against almost every insurance carrier in the state, and their adjusters and defense lawyers know how successful our lawyers have been. They typically cooperate fully with our settlement demands so that they do not have to face us in court. But if taking a case to trial is what it takes to get you the settlement you need, we are ready, willing and able. We will do everything we can to help you get back on your feet. So if you have been the victim of nursing malpractice, contact Texas nurse malpractice attorney our lead attorney today for a free initial consultation.

Put our years of experience to work for you if you want to know what your rights are, how to proceed with your claim and how much compensation you can secure from your malpractice injury case. Call our Law Firm now at 1(800) 862-1260 (toll-free) for a free consultation and find out how we can help you. The legal professionals at our Texas Law Firm will help you seek the justice you deserve and the settlement you need.

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Once Liability is Proven, the Malpractice Victim Must Ask for REASONABLE Damages

Damages is the legal term for financial losses sustained as a result of an injury or loss. Damages must have been incurred in some fashion by a plaintiff due to the injury that is experienced as a result of medical malpractice. They can be awarded for economic losses such as medical costs, lost wages, lost future earnings, and pain and suffering.

Calculating damages is a crucial phase to Texas malpractice claims because the amount of damages is equal to the amount of compensation you, as plaintiff, are entitled to receive once you win your judgment. After all, what’s the value of winning a six-figure case and only being awarded five figures in damages because you didn’t correctly assess the value of the damages you have suffered? There are two types: economic and non-economic damages. Non-economic damages are subjective (like pain and suffering or loss of affection of a loved one). Economic damages are clearer and involve medical bills, lost wages and other items that have a relatively consistent dollar value. You’ll certainly ask for some out of both categories. But calculating those damages to produce a grand total is something that is best left to an experienced Texas medical injury lawyer because if your total is excessive (or too little), it harms your case.

The experienced medical malpractice attorneys of our Law Firm have decades of experience in calculating, then proving the proper amount of damages done to our clients so they are able to receive the fullest and fairest negotiated settlement, or civil trial award for their injury or loss. Our goal is to help you back onto the road to recovery through reasonable and appropriate compensation amounts.

Damage Caps and the Challenges you Face from Malpractice Insurance Companies

There is a limit to the amount of damages that can be awarded in any single Texas malpractice lawsuit. Medical malpractice “damage caps” mean that if your injuries are disastrous or if they produce permanent injury (and untold years of expensive supplemental care) you might not receive truly reflective compensation for your malpractice-related pain and suffering, medical bills, lost wages, and other appropriate damages. And you have the insurance special interests, along with THEIR lobbyists and recent tort reform legislation in Austin to thank for that.

Because of intense pressure by all of those special parties, the legislature passed several laws some years ago. These tort-reform laws have clearly tilted the medical malpractice playing field in their favor. Now, with very few exceptions, there are now damage award caps in medical malpractice civil cases. “Non-economic damages” (again, pain, suffering, lost future income) are capped at $250,000. Economic damages (the actual cost of your medical bills as a result of the malpractice) must be actual and to-the penny.

Before tort reform, anyone could sue any doctor, hospital, CAT scan tech or other licensed medical professional for as much as they wanted and often collected unreasonable damage amounts. And when the medical professional was found to be guilty of negligence, juries would levy huge damage awards. Now we understand that over the years, many unscrupulous attorneys and their clients took advantage of what they saw was a license to print money. So yes, a certain amount of tort reform appeared necessary in a lot of instances. But the legislature failed to adequately address the problem when the insurance and medical lobbies began pressuring our lawmakers in Austin. So the end-result now gives us a series of malpractice laws that benefit Texas malpractice insurers: but at the expense of both the healthcare providers they serve and those who have legitimate malpractice claims. Today, it’s much more difficult for malpractice victims to recover true value, in any single lawsuit or insurance claim, of their injuries, pain, suffering and lost wages.

That’s why it’s so important for your Texas medical and nursing malpractice lawyer in Texas to be adept at investigating all facets of alleged malpractice. For if other caregivers are responsible for those injuries, more than one injury claim (and lawsuit) can be sought. But even with this tort reform, the healthcare professionals are also getting screwed by their insurers. Because tort reform has lowered the amount of money their insurance companies are paying out. But since this tort reform became state law – on-average – malpractice premiums have increased by more than one-third. How can the insurance companies increase their rates that much if they’re paying out much less than they were? We’ll let you figure that out but the answer is patently obvious to anyone who is over eight years old.

We have filed successful claims against almost every insurance carrier in the state, and their adjusters and defense lawyers know how successful our lawyers have been. They typically cooperate fully with our settlement demands so that they do not have to face us in court. But if taking a case to trial is what it takes to get you the settlement you need, we are ready, willing and able. We will do everything we can to help you get back on your feet. So if you have been the victim of nursing malpractice, contact Texas nurse malpractice attorney our lead attorney today for a free initial consultation.

Put our years of experience to work for you if you want to know what your rights are, how to proceed with your claim and how much compensation you can secure from your malpractice injury case. Call our Law Firm now at 1(800) 862-1260 (toll-free) for a free consultation and find out how we can help you. The legal professionals at our Texas Law Firm will help you seek the justice you deserve and the settlement you need.

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The Challenges in Winning Nursing Malpractice Injury Lawsuits

Filing a lawsuit against a nurse, or any licensed healthcare professional is extremely complex, and a non-attorney has almost no chance of success. This is due to a number of hurdles that the plaintiff must overcome. The first comes from the simple fact that the medical field is complicated. Most patients (and most jury members) have very little knowledge of the modern medical world, and it can be almost impossible for a non-attorney to prove that he or she was the victim of negligence. You need an attorney who is familiar with medical issues, and who has experience convincing juries of a medical professional’s negligence. In many cases, this requires testimony from your expert witnesses who helped investigate your case, to argue that the defendant’s conduct does not meet the high standards of care that are expected of medical professionals in the defendant’s field. Our lawyers can ensure that you have the expert witnesses needed to build a strong case. We also speak the jury’s language, so we can explain even complex medical issues in a way that a jury can understand. In other words, we make sure that the jury knows what really happened to you and why you are in need of compensation.

The second major hurdle you will have to face is the malpractice insurers themselves. Damage caps have emboldened many of them to offer substandard settlement offers because they are protected from high payouts. These insurance companies use adjusters and excellent attorneys to help build a sturdy defense wall to shield their medical clients. And they are very good at what they do, especially if you choose to represent yourself or hire an inexperienced attorney who claims he can do the job for a smaller percentage of your damage award. Medical malpractice cases are held to a very strict standard of proof (another reason why expert witnesses are so vital), and if you or your inexperienced attorney do not know how to present your case in such a way as to meet these standards of proof, you will walk away empty-handed.

In the final analysis, an experienced malpractice attorney who can investigate your allegations and call on the right medical experts to assist in that investigation and give testimony on your behalf presents the most solid case. Armed with that, your experienced medical malpractice lawyer can aggressively negotiate the most reasonable compensation settlement possible. The attorneys at our Texas Law Firm have decades of experience at effective negotiating reasonable settlements from insurance companies. Our reputation for tenacity on our clients’ behalf, coupled with solid cases, often causes these insurance companies to offer the reasonable settlement our clients were looking for all along.

We have filed successful claims against almost every insurance carrier in the state, and their adjusters and defense lawyers know how successful our lawyers have been. They typically cooperate fully with our settlement demands so that they do not have to face us in court. But if taking a case to trial is what it takes to get you the settlement you need, we are ready, willing and able. We will do everything we can to help you get back on your feet. So if you have been the victim of nursing malpractice, contact Texas nurse malpractice attorney our lead attorney today for a free initial consultation.

Put our years of experience to work for you if you want to know what your rights are, how to proceed with your claim and how much compensation you can secure from your malpractice injury case. Call our Law Firm now at 1(800) 862-1260 (toll-free) for a free consultation and find out how we can help you. The legal professionals at our Texas Law Firm will help you seek the justice you deserve and the settlement you need.

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Let the Nursing Malpractice Injury Lawyers at our Texas Law Firm Help You Seek Justice

There are many malpractice attorneys in Texas. How can you decide which one is right to handle your case? Our respected Texas malpractice attorneys recommend interviewing at least two or three attorneys before choosing the lawyer that you want to hire. Ask each one about his track record for settling and litigating malpractice insurance claims and cases. Find out what each attorney thinks the strengths and weaknesses of your case are. See if the lawyers can provide you with the names of former clients whose cases were similar to yours. Ask if you can contact them. And then reach out to them and ask the same question you asked the prospective attorney. If you do all of these things to your satisfaction, then you’ll be able to hire an attorney whose experience in handling cases like yours gives you confidence, as well as peace of mind that this is the lawyer you can trust with your case.

Did You Know?
Our Texas medical malpractice attorneys have won thousands of cases. Call us today to discuss your case. 1(800) 862-1260

The legal professionals at our Texas Law Firm are well known for investigating, litigating, and successfully resolving nursing malpractice cases. We understand the changes enacted by the recent tort reform, and we know how to build a strong case in order to hold nurses and other medical professionals responsible for their negligence.

We have filed successful claims against almost every insurance carrier in the state, and their adjusters and defense lawyers know how successful our lawyers have been. They typically cooperate fully with our settlement demands so that they do not have to face us in court. But if taking a case to trial is what it takes to get you the settlement you need, we are ready, willing and able. We will do everything we can to help you get back on your feet. So if you have been the victim of nursing malpractice, contact Texas nurse malpractice attorney our lead attorney today for a free initial consultation.

Put our years of experience to work for you if you want to know what your rights are, how to proceed with your claim and how much compensation you can secure from your malpractice injury case. Call our Law Firm now at 1(800) 862-1260 (toll-free) for a free consultation and find out how we can help you. The legal professionals at our Texas Law Firm will help you seek the justice you deserve and the settlement you need.

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Q: What Do We Charge to Represent Clients in Personal Injury Claims and Cases?
We never charge any fees to represent your legal action unless we win.

We’re in the business of helping people. And though it is a business, we truly believe that good business is offering access to the justice system for those who are the victims of personal injury accidents as the result of negligence; regardless of the victims’ financial standing. Your right to fair and just compensation for an injury or wrongful death resulting from any legal personal injury should be just as available to you as the people who can afford to pay-as-they-go. All who live in America – not just those who can afford it – have the right of fair compensation and if-necessary, their day in court.

This is why our lead attorney and all of the experienced professionals with our Law Firms work for you on a contingency fee basis; which breaks down like this:

You – the client – execute a contract with our law firm. It gives us the legal authority to represent your injury claim or case – but with no obligation to pay for any legal fees during the time that we represent you – until the case results in either a judgment in court or a settlement that you approve.
Our law firm assumes all financial risk in the case. We pay all litigation costs and all other expenses: like fees and full payment to third-party experts to strengthen your case. We also pay all costs to investigate your case and to any experts who are retained to work on your behalf.
You will never pay our law firm any money up-front as the case unfolds to represent you in a big rig accident claim or civil case. And we will never bill you any hourly fees.
The firm charges our clients only if we are successful at obtaining fair compensation for our clients. If we don’t win, you don’t pay. It’s as simple as that.
Another example of our pledge; sometimes juries give large awards to injury victims, but the defendant who caused the injury does not have the money to pay that judgment. If this happens, our clients pay us nothing. We only get paid if we put money in our clients’ pocket. You – that client – agree to an industry standard percentage of the total recovered amount as full payment to our attorneys who represent you. And it’s agreed-to before we begin work on your case or claim. That’s it.

But the odds of defendants not having the money to pay are rather slim as most defendants are well-insured. And we conduct further investigations to understand a defendant’s ability to pay you out of their own pocket if circumstances dictate. But having an insured defendant means there could be a lot of people at insurance companies, and many lawyers standing in your way, which is why you need an experienced personal injury attorney on your side.

When a client retains us to represent their interests, we do just that to the best of our ability and skill. We know that our efforts, coupled with the justness of your civil cause, make the difference in whether you win or lose. We accept this risk when we agree to represent you. We invest our time, expertise and expense on your behalf. And in-lieu of our expense and time, you agree to share a pre-agreed percentage of what you eventually win with us.

Again, the client pays us nothing if we don’t win the case; or if we win the case but the defendants do not have the money the court orders them to pay our client. Can it be any simpler than that? It’s our money and our risk.

Why Do We Take Your Accident Liability Case on a Contingency Fee Basis?

Simply put, it’s fair. We do it because it makes the justice system available to ALL people; not just those who are wealthy and can afford to pay for a good attorney from the start. We firmly believe this perfectly aligns our interests with those of our clients’ who have been injured in an accident through no fault of their own. Unlike law firms that require up-front fees, we view the quest for civil justice against those responsible for harming you as a partnership. And true partners fairly share the fruits of their labor (in this case, the money awarded by your favorable judgment). Partners also share the risk. Your injury, the trust you place in us and the money you stand to win (or lose) is your risk. Our efforts and acceptance of the possibility that your case might not produce income for our law firm, is our risk. When you hire an injury attorney who gets paid more by working to get YOU paid more, we both win.

What Percentage Do We Charge to Take-On your Tractor trailer Liability Case?

Several factors are weighed when computing a fair contingency fee; beginning with the type of case and the amount of risk associated with your specific civil action.

Most clients find they typically pay the same industry-standard rate, which is in the neighborhood of 1/3 of the judgment, or negotiated settlement; give-or-take a few percentage points. But that is not an absolute figure; just a starting point. All accident cases can be much more challenging due to things like multiple liable partners, the degree each liable party is insured, and any other underlying causes that may have contributed to the accident or wrongful death. The better the investigation we conduct on your behalf, the more it might come into play when computing that final percentage. These varying sources and their degree of involvement can bring greater (or lesser) risk to your legal partner, or justify greater expenses or fees to retain third-party experts top strengthen your case. But you’re the client so you will be fully informed of these issues as they occur.

So the traditional industry percentage can go up (or down) to fairly reflect the greater – or lesser – effort and expense (and financial risk) by the law firm. We gladly and openly discuss your case with you, free of charge, to arrive at a fair and suitable percentage. Then we clearly disclose that rate to you before you hire us. This contingency fee is part of the contract and is absolutely guaranteed with one minor exception.

Typically, the client is responsible for paying court costs and other legally-mandated litigation expenses. For example; the court cost to file a lawsuit in Texas is typically around $350. Our law firm will advance this money to the client as a courtesy. But we expect you to honorably reimburse us for that small cost. Again, if we don’t win, we absorb all losses and expenses that we invested in your case. The filing fee is your expense; we’re just fronting it to you with the expectation of repayment; but only when we win.

There are never any last-minute surprises. Our mutually-agreed percentage is etched in stone.

Q: Why Must I Choose a Law Firm That Specializes in Personal Injuries?
Today, the art of specialization is an important element to success in any business. That’s why our Law Firm focuses all of its time on personal injury and wrongful death cases. Many other firms characterize themselves as a “one-stop-shop” with no specialty. They handle anything from divorce cases to contract law and every other civil matter in between. Some even argue criminal cases or fix traffic tickets. These jack-of-all-trades firms are indeed masters of none. Isn’t it in your best interest to hire a law firm for a complicated personal injury or wrongful death case arising from a wide variety of accidents? In the long run, any potential client needs to wisely consider whether an experienced accident liability and wrongful death attorney or a “one size fits all” law firm offers you the best chance to recover the highest and fairest compensation for your personal injury case.

One other thing, if you have a relative or close friend who is a lawyer, even though he or she might be looking out for your best interests and might be suitably inspired to fight hard for your rights; often, that person might have a difficult time disassociating him or herself from the emotional issues surrounding your case. A successful lawyer is pragmatic and focuses on the facts of a case ONLY. What happens if that relative or friend who is an attorney doesn’t win the case, or accepts a less-than-fair settlement? How will you feel then? Family matters and legal business do much better if they are not married together. And you will be very wise to remember this when deciding who will represent you the most effective.

Q: How do I Hire Your Law Firm?

Simply call to schedule an appointment at 1(800) 862-1260 (toll-free). We also accept emails and reply to them promptly. However, if you contact us, we will promptly arrange a meeting as soon as you wish to discuss your case in detail. We can meet you at your home or office, the hospital, or any place convenient for you.

And since our cases are taken on a contingency fee basis, this means you will not have to pay anything up-front to hire us, and the consultation is always free. So leave your checkbook. You won’t need it.

Q: What are the Chances of My Case Going to Trial?
Only when all settlement avenues have been exhausted and a trial becomes inevitable will we go to trial. They cost money and time. And you are the plaintiff. This means you have to prove your case. Your fate (and ours) is in the hands of 12 total strangers who probably have their own biases or personal agendas.

Registered voters who are randomly chosen every week must appear for jury duty. When they show up, it’s often with reluctance. It’s likely that you too have been called for jury duty and probably hoped to get out of it. Just like you, those empaneled citizens can think of a hundred places they’d rather be than in a courtroom and listening to a bunch of lawyers argue your case. This is certainly one reason we often see the “get on with it” look on their faces when we’re in court. And sometimes personal injury trials involve a parade of third-party experts rattle on as they explain complicated elements of a case that are hard for some jurors to understand. Occasionally we see them “resting their eyes.” And a couple of times we’ve even heard a juror quietly snore.

Juries alone are enough to explain why a trial is a very risky proposition for both sides and can be the law’s answer to scraping fingernails on a chalkboard.

But if we do end up in court, our Law Firm will aggressively represent you and knows how to keep a jury on-point and engaged in even the most complicated of personal injury cases, even if it’s not easy sometimes. Our successful track record at litigating in court for our clients is well documented. Our opponents know us. This is why many times we can resolve your case through other means: like negotiation, mediation or even arbitration. We evaluate every case individually, weigh all options, their solutions, and then pursue the best path that offers the greatest chance of your success.

Q: How Long Will it Take to Close My Case?
Wrongful death cases typically begin with the demand (for damages) phase. These claims usually create a lot of early momentum simply because a death, along with surviving family members’ catastrophic financial and emotional loss has occurred. Because of this, wrongful death cases often get “fast-tracked” within the civil judicial system. So it is not unusual if they aren’t resolved within six months to a year: some sooner than that. But almost every case experiences three separate phases of progress. They are called:

The Treatment Phase The Demand Phase The Litigation Phase
The treatment phase is often the longest part of your injury case. During this phase, we conduct all of the investigative work – which can take a week or two, to several months. We also coordinate with your doctors and contact all defendants’ insurance companies. Your job is simple during the treatment phase; focus on being healed by your physician and recover from your injuries as best you can. We must demonstrate that you are doing all you can to recover. For if you don’t, why should defendants be asked to pay you for something you don’t value, your health? Rarely do we move to the demand phase until your medical treatment is either complete, or your physician develops a specific prognosis and can share the cost of your future medical needs that produce full recovery with us.

Once we reach the demand phase, sometimes things can move rather quickly. Our injury attorneys place a monetary value on all of your damages (including lost wages, pain, and suffering, medical expenses, wrongful death, etc.) create an all-inclusive demand package, and then send it to the defendants and their insurers. This is followed by early rounds of negotiation. They can take as little as a few weeks and a negotiated settlement might be reached, which brings your case to a quick and favorable conclusion.

But sometimes – not always – large insurance companies can move at a snail’s pace when it comes to compensating claimants. So it’s best to expect a delay. It can vary from a few weeks to a few months while your file works its way through the many departments of what is likely a very large insurance company; not to mention the insurance company’s general aversion to paying you anything, much less fair damages. And if there are multiple defendants, that’s just more insurance companies to slow down the process. This doesn’t happen all the time though. Just don’t be surprised by such delays, even if things start out smoothly.

The litigation phase can either be completely circumvented or take a lot of time. This depends on the specifics of your accident liability case, the level of motivation within the defendant and the willingness of his or her insurance company (and lawyers) to meet your demands. In a case where clear blame lies with the defendant, this final portion of the case could move quickly if you have an experienced attorney on your side.

But on the other hand, if we have a difficult time proving the defendants’ liability, or if you have said or done something to complicate your case before our firm was retained, we might need additional weeks or months, or if you waited before contacting us, making investigation of your case more difficult, then more work might need to be done by the firm to “prove up” your allegations in court to satisfy the jury. So, depending on many different factors, the litigation phase can either move very quickly or quite slowly. And when the case finally does go before a jury, we are at their mercy. Also, court dockets are very crowded in most Texas counties. This can cause further delays of up to several additional months before your case can be heard.

But generally speaking, a routine personal injury case can take from three to six months to resolve; with over half of that time devoted to the treatment phase. Depending on the nature of your injuries, your case could take longer if your doctor feels that you need to be treated or rehabilitated for an extended period of time, or if there are multiple defendants.

Q: Are There any Statutes of Limitations in Which I must File my Injury Lawsuit
The statute of limitations for a Texas personal injury lawsuit is two years from the date that the defendant (including his insurance company) has been notified of the intent to seek compensation. While this timeline can be extended in certain situations, a victim’s family has a two-year window to file a lawsuit in court. While this may sound like a long time, it really isn’t, when a thorough investigation must be conducted and a great deal of research be completed prior to filing a personal injury lawsuit. It is not unusual for a full investigation to take more than a year in some circumstances, or if there is a large number of liable parties who must be investigated before determining which ones are the actual defendants. In addition, all defendants need to have their assets (and insurance coverage) researched in order to assure that you will recover the damages they will owe you and your family once they have been judged to be guilty.

However, there are some exceptions to this statute. But they all involve unusual circumstances. So when you are interviewing potential attorneys to represent you, reserve a few moments to visit with each lawyer and ask them to help you understand how the statute of limitations might apply to your specific defective product insurance claim or case, and if what exceptions might apply.

Q: Why Do I Need Experience on My Side?
Only after representing thousands of claims and trying hundreds of cases can a lawyer acquire the gift of applying the right tactics for success at trial or in negotiations with insurance adjusters and the companies they work for. Most people, and many inexperienced attorneys, don’t know the proper way to answer interrogatories, prepare demand packages, and conduct sophisticated depositions meant to get to the bottom of liability for the accident that caused your injuries and pain, conduct sophisticated accident investigations or respond to lists of admissions. And even if you could do all of that, have you the time to do it right? You need somebody who does; who aggressively looks out for your interests and effectively shields you from your opponents.

Insurance companies are not your friends. They only agree to a settlement that benefits you if you are protected by an attorney with a history of success in court. While insurance companies and their lawyers are eager to take on non-lawyers and inexperienced attorneys, they fear us. When we file a claim, the insurance companies know that you mean business: are inspired to settle for a fair amount! They want to avoid a trial, especially if your attorney has shown them how weak their defense really is. As a result, our clients can often get back to living their lives again quickly because we’ve negotiated a fair settlement on their behalf.

And your defendant might be self-insured or have no insurance at all, in which case they are likely fighting for their professional lives and capable of doing anything underhanded or even illegal to defend themselves. We’ve seen them steal evidence, bribe and intimidate witnesses, even threaten our clients. But we know how to protect our clients from those who are determined to do them further harm just because our clients choose to stand up to them by fighting for their legal rights.

So you are taking on powerful forces when you sue for damages from injuries in a serious accident. Shouldn’t you have just as powerful a legal force on your side in order to get the compensation you need and deserve so you can start living your life again?

Q: How Will My Lawyers Keep Me Informed About the Status of My Injury Case?
We always contact you when important deadlines or court appearances are necessary, and also to keep you fully up-to-speed on all major changes surrounding your case. Since we often deal with an insurance company, there will likely be some reasonable delays between significant events. Sometimes weeks can go by without anything new because, as we’ve mentioned, insurance companies tend to move rather slowly. But we are always available to speak with you and encourage you to contact us regularly so you know the status of your case.

We are also happy to answer any questions you have because we believe the best client is a fully-informed client. You can reach us by phone or email at any time of the day or night (including weekends). As to normal day-to-day questions about your case, the paralegal or investigator who is assigned to your action will assist you. And the same confidentiality you expect of your attorney applies to all members of our professional staff. If you have any legal questions or need legal advice, our attorneys are always glad to assist and counsel you.

Q: Does our Law Firms settle a Claim or Case Without the Client’s Approval?
No, never!

All settlement offers we receive are always thoroughly discussed with you, to your complete understanding. We never accept a settlement offer without your fully-informed consent. If you accept a settlement offer, you do it with your eyes wide open and with a full understanding of the ramifications.

Q: What is a Fair Amount for my Personal Injury Settlement?
Giving you a hard figure without knowing the specifics would be misleading. And we never mislead our clients. Evaluating an injury claim from an accident liability case involves many different factors that your legal counsel will candidly discuss with you. Based on our experience, we often make recommendations and give you a clear justification for our advice. All of the injury attorneys at our Texas Law Firm have a great deal of experience when it comes to settling (and litigating) personal injury cases. This includes an intimate understanding of all your opposing defendants, jury behavior and that of judges in cases similar to yours. But our clients generally follow the advice we give them and trust us in all legal matters connected to their case.

Q: What’s The Difference between Legal Assistants and Actual Lawyers?
Legal assistants and lawyers have different responsibilities. But at our Texas Law Firm, they form an effective, dependable team. Our lawyers negotiate and argue your case, and offer you specialized legal advice. Our legal assistants support your attorney so he can do the best job of representing you.

All legal cases, and insurance claims, generate large amounts of work if they are to succeed. Legal assistants are very important members of your team. They help prepare your strongest case by conducting investigations, performing medical and legal research and other crucial work that is so important to your ultimate success. Legal assistants cannot offer legal advice, only your lawyer can. But for all other daily issues of your case, our legal assistants are the ones you should speak with. And they are most-effective at helping you when you give them your full attention and complete cooperation.

Q: What Do We Need to Do to Get Started?
To again perfectly clarify, we cannot, we will not charge our clients any additional charges or fees past our agreed-to percentage of what our clients collect when we help you pursue your personal injury or wrongful death insurance claim or legal case. Nor do we charge interest for our out-of-pocket expenses. The percentage you agree to is all you will pay.

The primary focus of our injury attorneys is on virtually all types of personal injury and wrongful death. We do not practice any type of family law, tax law, real estate law, criminal law, etc. Nor do we represent defendants of personal injury or wrongful death matters. Our exclusive focus is helping injury victims and the families of those who have been wrongfully killed seek and receive fair compensation for their losses.

If you have any other questions for the local accident attorneys at our Texas Law Firm, we are very easy to reach. We will be happy to speak with you, free of charge, if you have been injured due to negligence and are suffering to the point where it is reasonable to justify bringing a claim. Call our office toll-free at 1(800) 862-1260. We’re here for you and have been helping injured Texans just like you for decades.

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