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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 personal 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…

Posted By Aguirre Law | December 2 2019 | Firm News, Personal Injury

Is There a Damage Cap for Personal Injury Claims in Texas?

After being injured in an accident caused by someone else’s negligent actions, you have a right to pursue damages for the costs associated with your injuries, both economical and non-economical. However, many states, including Texas, set a limit on how much a plaintiff can recover from a personal injury lawsuit, preventing them from receiving potentially…

Posted By Aguirre Law | November 20 2019 | Firm News, Personal Injury

What is the Definition of “Catastrophic Injury” in the State of Texas?

Although catastrophic injuries fall under the broader personal injury category, these serious injuries differ substantially from most other personal injuries due to their severe nature. Generally, catastrophic injuries result in permanent damage or long-term disability for a survivor and require continued medical care and treatment. Survivors are also often unable to return to work or,…

Posted By Aguirre Law | November 18 2019 | Firm News, Personal Injury

What is the Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury Claims in Texas?

Being injured in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence can leave you reeling from trauma and it might take some time before you decide exactly how you wish to proceed. However, you should not take too long before deciding to file a personal injury claim or the statute of limitations might expire before you…

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