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Doctor Won’t See Me After Accident In Texas
Personal Injury

Doctor Won’t See Me After Accident In Texas

If you call your primary care physician to schedule an appointment immediately following an accident, you may be surprised when they refuse to see you.

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What are Texas Personal Injury Liens
Personal Injury

What are Texas Personal Injury Liens?

In Texas, when someone is seriously injured, hospitals are required to provide medical treatment, regardless of the individual’s ability to pay. When emergency medical providers treat someone who is injured due to another’s negligence, they are allowed to file a personal injury lien (a.k.a. hospital lien) for medical bills that the victim cannot pay.

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What is an Expert Witness in a Texas Personal Injury Case
Personal Injury

What is an Expert Witness in a Texas Personal Injury Case?

If you have been injured due to another’s negligence, you are likely entitled to recover damages. These may include medical expenses, lost wages, and compensation for emotional pain and suffering.

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What to Do if You are Hit by a Drunk Driver in Houston - DeHoyos Law
Car Accident

What to Do if You are Hit by a Drunk Driver in Houston

When a drunk driver causes an accident that leaves one or more victims hurt or suffering or results in other damages, he or she is subject to legal consequences on both a criminal and civil level.

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Four Reasons Truck Accidents Happen in Houston - DeHoyos Law
Car Accident

Four Reasons Truck Accidents Happen in Houston

Truck accidents in Houston and throughout Texas are regularly associated with high rates of personal injury and fatality, especially compared to car accidents.

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Signs Your Insurance Company Is Acting in Bad Faith - DeHoyos Law
Personal Injury

Signs Your Insurance Company Is Acting in Bad Faith

Auto insurance companies have a reputation for being shrouded in secrecy in terms of their methods of assessment, adjustment, and negotiation. As a policyholder, you pay your premium expecting that if and when the time comes, you’ll be supported based on the terms of your policy.

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