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Personal Injury

How to Obtain Your Medical Records After an Injury

Recovering compensation after an accident in Texas requires at least a basic understanding of the insurance process. You will need to file a claim with the insurance company of the person or party that caused your injury. Then, you will need to prove your injury and related losses using evidence. An insurance company may deny…

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Personal Injury

The Consequences of Spinal Cord Injuries

A spinal cord injury can have life-changing consequences for a patient. The spinal cord serves as the bridge between the brain and the body. Together, the brain and spine make up the body’s central nervous system. When any type of accident (e.g. a motor vehicle accident, diving accident, or fall) causes a spinal cord injury,…

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Personal Injury

The Importance of a Witness in a Personal Injury Case

In the aftermath of a serious personal injury accident in San Antonio, it is normal not to know how to protect your rights. You may not understand what to expect from the civil justice process ahead of you or how to increase your chances of securing financial compensation from an at-fault party. One tip to…

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Personal Injury

Dangerous Road Conditions That Cause Accidents

A driver is only as safe as the road he or she is driving upon. Dangerous road conditions, such as roadway defects or debris in the roadway, can compromise a driver’s ability to safely control the vehicle. This can lead to preventable car accidents and injuries. If you were injured in an accident in San…

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Auto Accidents, Personal Injury

What Are Hospital Liens in Car Accident Cases?

A car accident could give you serious injuries that require emergency medical care. Legally, no hospital can deny you care – even if you cannot afford it and do not have enough insurance to pay for treatment. The way a hospital protects itself from paying for your care is through the use of a hospital…

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Auto Accidents, Personal Injury

What to Do If You Have Delayed Pain After a Car Crash

Most people assume they will feel the symptoms of an injury right away if it is serious. They may delay or avoid medical care if they do not notice pain immediately after a car accident. Some of the most serious personal injuries, however, including spinal cord injuries and traumatic brain injuries, can have delayed symptoms….

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Auto Accidents, Personal Injury

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