Tag: "Tips"

Finding The Best Nursing Home

Steps to Take When Selecting a Nursing Home for Your Parent

| October 6, 2017 | Comments (0)

According to the American Geriatrics Society, the number of individuals that are admitted into nursing homes has risen since 1994. Many of these individuals are admitted to nursing homes as soon as they are discharged from a hospital or after a sudden illness. Many factors contributing to this increase include age, low income, and poor […]

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Insurance Adjuster Tricks

Claims Adjuster Tricks & How to Avoid Them Following a Crash

| August 3, 2017 | Comments (0)

When insurance claims adjusters talk with you, they have only one intention: to look out for the financial welfare of their company. No matter how nice they seem on the phone, they are not calling to express their concern about the auto accident, nor will they be swayed by emotional pleas. In order to receive […]

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Other Driver Texting While Driving

Can I Prove That the Other Driver Was Texting and Driving Prior to My Accident?

| July 14, 2017 | Comments (0)

Do you believe that your car accident was a result of another driver texting and driving? Proving this can be difficult, but an attorney may be able to help. Most states have laws against texting and driving, and as of September 1st, 2017, Texas will officially join that list. Drivers in Texas who choose to […]

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Car Accidents on Interstate 30 in Dallas

Car Accidents on I-30 in Dallas

| February 22, 2017 | Comments (0)

Interstate 30 (I-30) in Dallas, also known as the Tom Landry freeway, is a common spot for accidents and drunk drivers. A lot of us travel I-30 on our way to and from work every day, making it one of the busiest freeways in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. In June of 2016, two semi trucks collided […]

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Calculate Value of a Personal Injury Lawsuit

Calculating the Value of an Injury Lawsuit

| February 3, 2017 | Comments (0)

Let’s make this clear: it’s impossible for anyone to tell you—with any certainty—what you’re likely to receive in compensation when pursuing a personal injury case. While your goal is to recover 100% of your related damages/losses, every case is unique, and every case has its challenges. The most-qualified person to advise you with regard to […]

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Attorney Who Sues Fred Loya

Negotiating an Accident Settlement with Fred Loya Insurance

| August 22, 2016 | Comments (0)

Insurance companies exists to make a profit, and Fred Loya is no exception. The line between fair compensation and downright exploitation gets blurred by some members of the insurance world, and without a full understanding of your rights, you stand little chance at negotiating anywhere close to a fair settlement for your injuries. You’re likely reading […]

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Motorcycle Awareness Month 2016

Motorcycle Awareness Month – May 2016

| May 2, 2016 | Comments (0)

The Department of Transportation is launching a “Share the Road: Look Twice for Motorcycles” campaign for Motorcycle Awareness Month. As Distracted Driving Awareness month comes to a close, the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) continues to do all they can to keep motorists safe on Texas roadways by launching a month-long awareness campaign titled Motorcycle […]

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The Promises We Make...To Ourselves

The Promises We Make…To Ourselves

| January 7, 2011 | Comments (0)

Every January, millions of people take the New Year as an opportunity to make changes in their life. I look at New Year’s resolutions as promises we make to ourselves to better ourselves in the new year. These promises can often span many different areas of your life and vary from person to person. Although they can touch on different goals and aspects of a person’s life, resolutions are unified by the simple theme of becoming a better person and improving our life.

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You Can't Always Predict an Accident, but You Can Prepare for One

You Can’t Always Predict an Accident, but You Can Prepare for One

| November 2, 2010 | Comments (0)

I firmly believe that while you cannot avoid accidents altogether, you CAN be prepared for one. Proper education can oftentimes help you avoid a terrible situation altogether. This is why our firm goes to great lengths to educate people on accident prevention and safety.

Much of the content and information we publish on our sites, in our newsletters and on Facebook and Twitter is geared toward accident prevention. Whether it is about safe driving, choosing the correct nursing home, or recognizing the early signs of daycare abuse, it’s about prevention.

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Think Before You Tweet!

Think Before You Tweet!

| September 30, 2010 | Comments (0)

As an attorney, I can’t stress enough the need for individuals to be extremely careful with what they are sharing online. Many of us have heard the horror stories of relationships and careers ending because of questionable status updates and Tweets. Add to that the obvious privacy concerns with sharing information online and common sense would say to keep as much of your private life just that, private.

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