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Category: Personal Injury

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What Is Personal Injury Litigation Financing?

31 October 2018No Comments

Author: Blaine Barrilleaux, Esq., The Law Offices of Blaine Barrilleaux Corpus Christi Personal Injury Lawyers Help Victims After An Accident Most law firms understand the costly fees that are attached to litigation. For this reason, seeking a third-party to financially back cases is becoming more popular. Litigation can be a lengthy process that can sometimes …

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Can I Switch Attorneys In A Personal Injury Case?

15 August 2018No Comments

So you’ve started a personal injury case, and it’s really not going the way you’d hoped or thought it would. You feel like you’ve got a cut-and-dried case, but your attorney seems to be having a lot of trouble pushing it through. It could be that they’re inexperienced, it could be that the insurance companies …

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Do I Need Personal Injury Protection (PIP) Insurance?

1 August 2018No Comments

By: Attorney Mitch Grissim When you’re in an accident that results in serious injury, one of the worst parts is the stress involved in paying your medical bills. They tend to mount higher and higher while you’re just trying to get your life back under control. You’ve got a personal injury case pending, but what …

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Who Is Liable When You Slip and Fall on the Sidewalk?

11 April 2018No Comments

If you’re the type of person who enjoys going on long walks around your city, then you’re probably aware of the risk of suffering a slip and fall accident on the sidewalk. Although the majority of sidewalk slip and fall accidents are minor, others result in major injuries that may cause you to miss work …

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What Happens When You’re Exposed To Asbestos On The Job?

28 March 2018No Comments

In certain workplaces, like constructions sites, it’s easy to be exposed to dangerous substances. While all chemical exposure is serious, one of the deadliest substances a construction worker could be exposed to is asbestos. Asbestos has been definitively linked to a deadly form of cancer known as mesothelioma, which often results from prolonged exposure to …

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What Is An Insurance Adjuster?

14 February 2018No Comments

If you are injured in an accident involving another driver or party, the insurance company for the other party may contact you to discuss the claim. The company will assign an insurance adjuster to process the claim, but what is an insurance adjuster. What is an insurance adjuster going to do to help me with …

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Corpus Christi Maritime Lawyer

31 January 2018No Comments

Maritime law is a very specific and detailed form of legal service. It’s far different than federal or even state law. When you get hurt within the boundaries of your state, Texas state law can allow you to seek compensation for your injuries. When you’re at sea, on the other hand, you must rely upon …

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The Texas Jones Act: Maritime Law and You

17 January 2018No Comments

If you’re a merchant worker serving in the capacity of working on a navigable vessel at sea for around a third of the time you’re on the clock, and you’re hurt on the job, you’re not protected by normal workers’ compensation laws. That doesn’t mean, however, that you can’t get compensation for the injuries you …

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Your Rights In Accessing Medical Records

13 December 2017No Comments

At some point in your life, you may have heard the term “HIPAA” thrown around in reference to your medical files and your rights under doctor-patient privilege. You may not, however, know what exactly this law is or how it works. The truth is, it’s there to protect your rights in accessing your records while …

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