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Personal Injury 101: What Are Damages?

In the context of a personal injury lawsuit, damages refer to the compensation that a plaintiff may be entitled to for the injuries they suffered as a result of the defendant's actions. Damages are intended to restore the plaintiff to their pre-injury state, as much as possible, and cover any losses or expenses incurred as a result of the injury.

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Personal Injury 101: What Is A Statute Of Limitations?

A statute of limitations is a legal time limit on how long an individual has to bring a lawsuit. In Texas, the statute of limitations for personal injury lawsuits varies depending on the type of case. Understanding the statute of limitations is crucial when pursuing a personal injury claim, as missing the deadline can result in losing the right to file a lawsuit.

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Personal Injury 101: What is "Burden Of Proof"?

The burden of proof is a critical concept in the legal system that plays a significant role in personal injury lawsuits. In essence, the burden of proof refers to the responsibility that a plaintiff (injured party) has to prove the truth of their allegations or claims. The burden of proof, therefore, serves as a legal principle that determines who is responsible for presenting evidence in a case, and to what degree they need to prove their case for it to be accepted as valid.

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Personal Injury 101: What is Liability?

In the context of a personal injury lawsuit, liability refers to legal responsibility for the harm caused by an individual or entity's actions. Liability is a critical concept in personal injury cases as it determines who should be held accountable for the plaintiff's injuries and who must compensate the plaintiff for their losses.

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Personal Injury 101: What Is Negligence?

In Texas, personal injury lawsuits are often based on the legal theory of negligence. Negligence is a failure to exercise the degree of care that a reasonable person would exercise in the same or similar circumstances. In this blog post, we will explain what negligence is in the context of personal injury lawsuits in Texas.

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Tips When Dealing With Insurance Companies

After dealing with a car accident, the last thing anyone wants is the added stress of dealing with an insurance company and its adjusters. You will probably already have a whole list of questions swirling in your head, such as "are they going to offer a fair settlement?" or "do I need to look into getting a lawyer."

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Car Accidents And Tips To Avoid Them

Accidents are called accidents for a reason—and they happen. When they do, whether it is through any fault of your own or not, you will find that you are suddenly in need of advice from a personal injury lawyer. Before it gets to that point, keeping safe driving practices in mind is vital, which can prove to go a long way to keeping you and your loved ones safe from a car accident.

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Driving Risks Depending On The Season

Admittedly, there is day to day driving risks that exist no matter what time of year or season it is. However, essential to remember is that some specific hazards and risks can occur during a particular season much more often.

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How To File An Insurance Claim After A Car Accident

After having been involved in a car accident, the last thing most of us want to think about is the filing of our insurance claim. However, as long as you have gathered the necessary information before leaving the scene, the overall process will be easier than you think.

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Types Of Damages In A Personal Injury Claim

Within the legal system, several different types of compensation are awarded in personal injury cases. Regardless of what point you are in the process of your legal case, you must understand the type(s) of compensation available for those claiming personal injury.

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Why You Should Choose The Bryant Law Firm

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If your injury prevents you from coming to the office, David A. Bryant, Jr. can visit you in the hospital, at your home or at another location. All you need to do is focus on your health. Let The Bryant Law Firm do the rest.
Unlike many attorneys, David A. Bryant, Jr’s practice is built on preparing cases for trial, putting you in a position to achieve the best possible outcome. Many lawyers hardly ever, if ever, see the inside of a courtroom. By contrast, David A. Bryant, Jr. has extensive trial experience and is not afraid to take your case to trial.
The Bryant Law Firm has a proven record of success and has recovered compensation for thousands of clients in Houston, and across the entire state of Texas. The Bryant Law Firm wants to help you, too.
The Bryant Law Firm can help you find medical care if you don't have insurance. Talk to us about your options.
The Bryant Law Firm does everything to put more money in your pocket. Call now for a free initial consultation to discuss your specific situation. The Bryant Law Firm can handle your case with no out-of-pocket cost to you and gets paid only if you get paid.

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