The Elephant in the Room: Why You Can’t Mention Liability Insurance in Most Texas Personal Injury Trials

Many personal injury claims made in Texas involve liability insurance. These include car accidents, trucking accidents, daycare injury claims, and negligent security claims. In most Texas personal injury trials, the law forbids insurance from being mentioned at trial. This includes situations where the insurance company is defending the lawsuit, negotiating to settle the claim, and will ultimately be responsible…

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What Is Negligent Hiring?

When a company does not screen its employees properly and one of those workers causes harm, the injured parties can file a negligent hiring claim. Customers, clients, and other employees can also be victims of negligent hiring-related accidents and injuries. Negligent hiring comes in many forms. For example: A retail store hires a security guard,…

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How Accidents Can Cause Traumatic Brain Injuries

Accidents, particularly car accidents, are common causes of brain injuries. Why? Unlike other parts of the body that remain strapped to the seat during an accident, the head and neck move freely, and the force of the impact can cause soft brain tissue to strike against the hard bony skull, often resulting in a traumatic…

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Common Causes of Child Injuries in Houston Daycare Centers

Many parents have mixed emotions when their children start attending daycare, as for many parents this marks a bittersweet moment of their child growing up and transitioning from one stage of life to another. Parents who choose to have their children attend daycare rely on the dependability and socializing that daycare centers provide, and trust…

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