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  • Dec 18, 2020|
  • By: Michael Francis|
  • Read Time: 3 minutes

When you experience the loss of a loved one, you may be responsible for settling their estate and taking care of unfinished business. Sometimes, this business includes bringing or continuing a personal injury lawsuit. Under the Texas Survival Statute, an heir or an executor can pursue a survival claim for an injury suffered by a…

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  • Dec 18, 2020|
  • By: Michael Francis|
  • Read Time: 4 minutes

Your workday can become stressful when a car accident interrupts your routine. What happens if you have an accident in a company car? You may be hurt, face a reprimand at work, and worry about paying bills. Most people know how to handle a car accident involving their own vehicle. Accident victims usually take straightforward…

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  • Oct 15, 2020|
  • By: Michael Francis|
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Were you recently injured in a car accident in Texas?  It is important to learn more about Texas’s auto accident laws and to determine whether you may be eligible to file a claim. In general, most people who sustain injuries in a Texas motor vehicle crash will begin the claims process by filing an auto…

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  • Aug 30, 2020|
  • By: Michael Francis|
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A Fort Worth car accident report includes all the information from your accident. You can use this accident report to tell your insurance company about the crash and file a personal injury claim against the at-fault driver. If you were in a car accident in Fort Worth, you need to get a copy of your…

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  • Apr 08, 2020|
  • By: Michael Francis|
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The global coronavirus pandemic has rapidly begun to affect nearly every facet of life. As a result, many people have unfortunately passed away due to COVID-19 complications. In too many cases, employers, nursing homes and other companies put employees, patients and customers at risk of contracting coronavirus. Failure to take reasonable steps to protect employees,…

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  • Mar 03, 2020|
  • By: Michael Francis|
  • Read Time: 5 minutes

Texas boasts a landscape as beautiful and diverse as its population, and millions of drivers enjoy the state’s scenic roadways each year. In fact, Texas drivers exceeded 282 billion total miles driven in 2018. Unfortunately, all those miles on the road sometimes result in auto accidents. Texas drivers experience an alarming number of accidents each…

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  • Mar 03, 2020|
  • By: Michael Francis|
  • Read Time: 3 minutes

When a person experiences serious injury or death due to someone’s negligence, more than one victim suffers. Of course, the person injured or killed bears the brunt of the harm and deserves justice. However, the accident likely affected many people who depended on the victim for financial support, physical support, or companionship. For this reason,…

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  • Feb 18, 2020|
  • By: Michael Francis|
  • Read Time: 4 minutes

Texas Wrongful Death Statute When you lose a loved one in an accident or as a result of another person’s intentionally harmful act, it can be difficult to think about filing a lawsuit. At the Francis Firm, we know how important the grieving process is, and we want to do everything we can to help…

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  • Feb 13, 2020|
  • By: Michael Francis|
  • Read Time: 5 minutes

The eggshell skull rule applies to accident victims with pre-existing medical conditions or physical limitations. It holds the party at-fault in an accident responsible, even when the victim’s injuries are more significant than anticipated due to a pre-existing injury or a particular frailty which makes the victim more susceptible to harm. Although it may seem…

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  • Feb 13, 2020|
  • By: Michael Francis|
  • Read Time: 3 minutes

In Texas, an insurance company usually must pay your claim within five business days of approving the claim. There are generally three steps to the insurance process in Texas. These steps are: Providing notice of the claim;Claim acknowledgment and investigation; andClaim approval or denial. Once you file your claim, the insurance company has 15 days…

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