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Posted By Aguirre Law | May 22 2023 | Personal Injury

How Long Does It Take to Settle a San Antonio Personal Injury Case?

Personal injury cases are more complicated than they may seem. Several parties must work together to resolve a case causing delays and disagreements. Personal injury attorneys constantly battle to ensure their clients are treated fairly and receive the compensation needed to cover their total accident-related losses. While accident victims would like this process done quickly,…

Posted By Aguirre Law | May 22 2023 | Personal Injury

Questions to Ask a San Antonio Personal Injury Attorney During Your Initial Consultation

Your initial consultation with a personal injury attorney is an interview. You are meeting with a legal professional in the hopes of finding someone you would like to work with to build a successful personal injury case. A lot of thought and preparation should go into interviewing a potential attorney. Personal injuries involve your current…

Posted By Aguirre Law | May 21 2023 | Personal Injury

How Do I File a Personal Injury Claim in San Antonio?

Before setting off to file a personal injury claim in San Antonio, you must first know what distinguishes a claim from a lawsuit. The two terms are often used interchangeably, but a personal injury claim is a different legal action from a personal injury lawsuit. What is a Personal Injury Claim? A personal injury claim…

Posted By Aguirre Law | May 20 2023 | Personal Injury

Should I Give a Recorded Statement to an Insurance Company?

If you are contemplating giving a recorded statement to an insurance company, speak with an experienced San Antonio injury lawyer. There are times when making a statement to an insurance company is the necessary and the proper thing to do.  However, making the wrong statement to a claims adjuster could cause:  Your claim to be…

Posted By Aguirre Law | May 3 2023 | Firm News

[Study] Sports Related Concussions Among High School Athletes

Sports have long been a popular extracurricular activity for many high school students, providing opportunities for exercise, discipline, and team building. Over half of all high school students have participated in a sport since 1999, so its popularity can’t be denied. With sports, however, comes sports-related concussions (SRCs). Concussion rates have become an increasingly prominent…

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