Who is responsible for a slip and fall accident? Though they may not seem serious, slip and fall injuries can be known to cause life-threatening medical conditions. Responsibility can fall upon the party who exhibited acts of negligence –– in many cases, that liability falls on the owner of the property where the injury took place.
The former insurance defense attorneys from Grimes & Fertitta are here to lend their expertise on how to avoid a lowball insurance settlement offer. If you’re unfamiliar with the term, “lowballing” is used to refer to when an insurance company offers you a smaller amount of compensation for your injury claim than you deserve. They do this in hopes you will accept a lower compensation rate than what you are actually owed, and to save them the work of calculating that cost.
The experienced personal injury lawyers at Grimes & Fertitta have put together this motorcycle accident guide that will explain how to file a motorcycle accident injury claim, when to hire an attorney, and what types of damages you can be awarded.
If your loved one died as a result of someone else’s negligence (including via car accident, being hit by a truck, or other types of personal injuries), your family may be entitled to financial compensation. However, in order to obtain the compensation you deserve, you must act quickly in order to respect the wrongful death statute of limitations in Texas.
If you’re filing a personal injury claim, it’s important to know the types of damages in a lawsuit that you can collect. Here, we will discuss the two overarching types of damages in a lawsuit: compensatory damages and punitive damages.
What is a third-party claim? A third-party claim occurs when you file a claim with another party’s insurance company. These claims typically occur in relation to automobile accidents and are one of the more common types of injury claims we see in Houston and the Woodlands.