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How Long Does Settling a Car Crash Case Take?

March 3, 2021

After being in a car crash that was not your fault, you probably want your money as fast as possible. After all, you’re suffering damages. Medical bills lost income, car repairs; you need cash to pay for all of that. How long can you realistically…

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Will My Homeowner’s Policy Cover Winter Storm Damages?

March 1, 2021

The damages caused by the winter storm that happened earlier this month left homeowners with major property damages. Some news outlets are reporting more than $20 billion in property damages. Most Texans have never had to file a claim because of massive amounts of snow…

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Damages Caused by Texas’s Winter Storm Power Outages

March 1, 2021

Due to the negligence of numerous power companies and ERCOT, millions of Texas were without power. Many of those Texans suffered greatly because preparations were not made to ensure people did not go without power. Despite years of warning, little to no efforts were made…

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How Much Money Can I Get From an ERCOT Energy Disaster Lawsuit?

February 28, 2021

ERCOT and other Texas-based energy companies failed the people of Texas and allowed the collapse of our energy grid. If you suffered significant property damage, lost a loved one, have physical injuries like frost bite, or your medical care was severely impacted due to the…

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What To Do if Your Child Has Been Injured

February 26, 2021

As a parent, you want to protect your child in every way possible. If they get hurt, you will do what is necessary to help them heal and get what they need to move forward with life. Part of that includes getting compensation from the…

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How Do Courts Define “Pain and Suffering?”

February 24, 2021

In a personal injury case, most people are familiar with economic damages. Its the bills and expenses you had to pay as a result of your particular incident. For example, in a car crash, you might have medical bills or the money needed to repair…

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How Weatherizing Our Grid Would Have Prevented Blackouts

February 23, 2021

Ten years ago, freezing temperatures left 3 million people without power as the Super Bowl was happening outside of Dallas. Now last week, more than 4 million Texans were left without electricity in temperatures hitting as low as 11 degrees Fahrenheit. As a result, more…

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Demanda contra ERCOT Energy

February 23, 2021

La semana pasada, Texas sufrió una gran tormenta de invierno. Esta tormenta dejó a millones de tejanos sin electricidad, e incluso todavía más de 325,000 personas en el Estado siguen aun sin electricidad. Debido a esta falla, los tejanos han sufrido varios daños, no solo…

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