What is the statute of limitations on personal injury in Texas?

The Texas personal injury statute of limitations (Texas Civil Practice & Remedies Code section 16.003) says any civil action for personal injury must be...

What does “burden of proof” mean and how do you establish it?

In any personal injury case, it is up to the injured person to convince a judge, jury, or insurance adjuster that the person being...

What are the damage caps in Texas?

If you are injured in an accident that resulted from the negligence of an individual or entity, you can make a claim for compensation...

What should I look for when choosing a LASIK surgeon?

Choosing the right surgeon is perhaps the most important decision you will make when considering the LASIK procedure. Having a surgeon you can trust...

What exactly is LASIK surgery and how does it work?

By: Pankaj G. Shah LASIK is an acronym for laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis. It is a form of eye surgery which uses a laser to...

What constitutes negligence?

In order to win a negligence case, the injured person (the plaintiff) must prove four elements to show that the accused (the defendant) acted...

Can I sue my employer in Texas?

Texas employers are not required to purchase workers’ compensation insurance. Therefore, if an employee suffers an injury on the job, then the worker has...

How Do Insurers Value an Injury Claim?

Figuring out how much your accident injuries are worth is a critical aspect of any personal injury claim. It’s the part of a claim...

Should I get legal advice before signing an insurance settlement?

Yes, because insurance companies will always try to save money. They often use a tactic known as “swoop and settle.” Insurers will offer a...

How can I prepare for a LASIK evaluation?

By: Dr. Pankaj G. Shah If you decide to undergo LASIK surgery, you will need an initial or baseline evaluation by your eye doctor to...