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Staff November 4, 2016

Answer: Proximate cause can be defined as an act from which an injury results as a natural, direct, uninterrupted consequence, and without which, the injury would not have occurred. It may not necessarily be the closest cause or the first event, which can make proving proximate cause a complex affair. Courts use the “but for” rule in…

Staff November 4, 2016

Answer: In most cases, a client is free to change attorneys at just about any time. However, the problem is if you are already represented, it may be difficult to find another attorney who is willing to discuss your case at all due to ethical concerns that may exist from speaking with a client who already…

Staff May 19, 2016

Answer: First off, the majority of health insurance plans do not cover 100% of your medical expenses. At bare minimum, you are responsible for deductibles, co-pays, and on top of that, many types of procedures are simply not covered at all. More importantly, your health insurance carrier does NOT reimburse you for non-tangible or non-medical-related losses such as…

Staff November 4, 2016

Answer: While a personal injury attorney may be able to give you a “ballpark estimate” on the time frame you’re looking at, it is simply impossible to provide an accurate answer without having all the facts connected to your case. Some types of cases settle within weeks, while some can take well over a year…

Staff November 4, 2016

Answer: The responsibility for dog bites and animal attacks sometimes depends on the state in which the incident took place. In other words, some states operate on a strict liability clause that places legal responsibility on the owner – even if (s)he did nothing wrong regarding their obligation to protect others from an attack. In…

Staff April 6, 2016

Answer: A scooter does not fall under the classification of a normal passenger vehicle, so it is necessary to register it as a moped or motorcycle and requires a class M license. Under the legal definition of a moped, it must meet the following criteria: Must be unable to achieve speeds more than 30 miles…

Staff November 4, 2016

Answer: Yes you can afford a lawyer for your personal injury claim. That is because the attorneys at Rasansky Law Firm work on what is called contingency. Contingency fees make quality legal representation accessible to everyone Personal injury attorneys only get paid if the client receives money from those responsible for causing them harm. The…

Staff June 20, 2014

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Staff October 26, 2016

Answer: Far too many people assume that their initial application for Social Security Disability benefits was denied simply because they do not qualify for disability payments. However, it is important to understand that two out of three disability claims are initially rejected and denied for a variety of reasons other than eligibility. Many people have…

Staff October 26, 2016

Answer: If you cannot work because of an injury, condition, and illness, you may qualify for Social Security Disability benefits. However, you must apply for benefits through the Social Security Administration, who will determine whether or not you are disabled through examining your medical records and reviewing your paperwork. Under the SSA’s guidelines, your condition…

Staff October 26, 2016

Answer: The amount of time it takes to successfully receive support from Social Security depends on several factors. If you have been diagnosed with a very serious and ultimately fatal disease that appears on the Social Security Administration’s List of Compassionate Allowances, your application for benefits will be fast-tracked. However, if your application is initially denied, you…

Staff August 20, 2015

Answer: Whether or not you can secure a monetary award from a property owner following a slip and fall accident depends on the particulars of the case. In all trip and fall cases, you must prove that the owner of the property was negligence and that your injury would not have occurred if the owner…

Staff August 20, 2015

Answer: Whether or not you can sue a dog owner or property owner after being attacked by a dog depends on the circumstances of the dog bite incident. In Texas a dog’s owner may be liable for dog bite damages if he knew about the dog’s aggressive and dangerous history; was violating a local leash…

Staff August 20, 2015

Answer: Premises liability simply means that a landlord or property owner is responsible for injuries and accidents that take place on their land. If a person is seriously injured while on another person’s property, and that property owner was negligent in keeping their land reasonable safe from hazards, he or she may be responsible for…

Staff November 4, 2016

Answer: Unlike many states, Texas does not require cyclists of any age to wear helmets while riding their bike. However, some individual cities in Texas have instated bicycle laws for kids and teens. For example, bicycle helmets are required for children when riding their bikes on public streets, sidewalks, or park property in Arlington, Austin, Dallas,…

Staff September 8, 2016

Answer: While Texas is STILL one of the last remaining states with no state-wide law banning texting while driving, there are a few laws regarding the use of mobile devices while driving in the state. All novice drivers are banned from using their cell phone (or any wireless communication device) while driving for their first year…

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