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Spoliation of Evidence
Jeff Rasansky February 5, 2016

Prevent the other side from destroying key evidence in your case by sending a spoliation notice. Evidence is a huge part of any court case. For the most part, the presence of evidence can determine the trajectory and eventual outcome of a case brought before a judge and jury. Spoliation of evidence simply refers to the destruction of evidence by…

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Jeff Rasansky February 5, 2016

What are the laws regarding nanny cams and other hidden cameras in Texas nursing homes and retirement homes? Placing a loved one to a nursing home is a reality for many families. These facilities usually have nurses and caregivers whose duty it is to take care of the needs of their residents. However, there are…

Staff August 8, 2014

Answer: When considering a Texas nursing home for your elder loved one, it can sometimes be difficult to look past the sales pitch and see the warning signs of future nursing home abuse and neglect. When touring a nursing home, be on the lookout for these warning signs of neglect and abuse: Unclean sheets, floors,…

Staff August 8, 2014

Answer: If you suspect nursing home abuse, then start looking for physical evidence. Examine your relative’s body and look for broken bones, cuts, scars or sores. If you see evidence of physical abuse ask the patient what happened. Remember, the patient might not admit the abuse at first. If necessary, talk to staff members of the home,…

Staff March 13, 2015

Answer: The first and most important issue to deal with after a birth injury is caring for the health of the baby and the mother. Get advice, treatment, and support from medical professionals you trust, and do not be afraid to get a second opinion. Also, be sure to take advantage of counseling and therapy options if you…

Staff August 5, 2014

Answer: Texas’ 2003 tort reform laws included a requirement that anyone filing a medical malpractice claim in the state must provide a medical expert’s report within 120 days of submitting their case. In other words, a medical professional’s opinion is absolutely required if you are seeking compensation for a medical error. Having medical experts on…

Staff August 5, 2014

Answer: Step #1 is to call a medical malpractice attorney. Since substantial evidence is needed to prove your case, you may be asked to sign release forms. This gives your attorney permission to access your medical records that need reviewing by experts.

Staff August 5, 2014

Answer: Depending on the particulars on your Texas personal injury lawsuit, information taken from a car black box recorder – also known as an event data recorder (EDR) – can either help or harm your case. EDRs are increasingly common in newer cars, and some vehicle owners don’t even know that their car contains a black…

Staff August 5, 2014

Answer: A phantom vehicle, according to insurance companies, is a vehicle that causes a car accident or car accident injury without ever coming into contact with the car that crashes. In the majority of cases, a phantom vehicle will leave the accident scene in the seconds after causing the crash, making it difficult to prove…

Staff November 5, 2015

Answer: First, realize that you always have the option of suing if there is evidence to suggest a mechanic is at fault. However, if a questionable mechanic job leads to an automobile accident where there is an injury or major damage, then there may be grounds for a lawsuit. You would have to prove that…

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