How Does Workers’ Compensation Work in Texas?
Unlike other states, Texas does not require most employers to provide workers’ comp benefits to injured workers. However, you still have options for recovering compensation if you are injured on the job. Worker’ Comp Process in Texas If your employer does carry workers’ compensation insurance and you are injured on the job, the trade-off...Continue Reading
Who is At Fault in a Car Accident with Multiple Vehicles?
After an accident involving multiple vehicles, determining fault can be challenging, and more than one driver is often responsible. Therefore, who is at fault will depend on the facts of each case and requires a thorough investigation. However, here are a few significant factors to consider. Modified Comparative Negligence in Texas When deciding fault...Continue Reading
How to Prove Negligence in a Texas Personal Injury Case
To hold another party responsible for damages in a Texas personal injury case, you must be able to prove their negligence caused your injury and other losses. Negligence refers to a party’s failure to exercise the reasonable care expected of them in a particular situation. Proving negligence requires establishing the following four elements. Duty...Continue Reading