Insurers & Insurance


Helping the Injured Following Accidents and Injuries Since 2001 Have you been injured in Frisco, Plano, Fort Worth or a nearby city? Has your insurer offered to “help” you by quickly settling your claim? Think twice before trusting your insurer and its motives. Insurers have a vested interest in settling claims quickly: It can save them money. How? Insurers know that an experienced personal injury lawyer can determine the true value...

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We all remember the presidential election of 2012. The parties battled it out for votes, viewing members of the electorate as numbers to be won over by carefully crafted messages. In marketing initiatives, elections, and any other national endeavor, systems are in place to manage the involvement of millions of individuals. This fact holds true in personal injury cases. When an accident occurs, it is probable that insurance...

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Why It Pays to Hire an Experienced Lawyer Following Injuries If you have been injured on another’s property, in a car accident, on the job or in any other circumstance involving negligence, you may be entitled to financial compensation. If that compensation is paid, it will likely be paid by an insurance company.Though the insurer may be legally bound to pay you, there may, unfortunately, be many barriers between you and the full...

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Residents of Texas have quite a few options for meeting the minimum auto insurance requirements of the state. An owner of a vehicle in the state of Texas may purchase an auto insurance policy that includes $25,000 for injury or death of one person per accident, $50,000 for death or injury to all the persons per accident and $25,000 for destruction or damage to the property of the other driver. These are the minimum coverage’s and the...

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In terms of auto insurance, both liability and property damage cover are required by law. While many licensed drivers fulfill this requirement, most do not have an in depth understanding of what they actually cover. Each state varies on the limits and coverage that they require by law, and with these variances comes the need for personal injury protection coverage, also referred to as PIP. While this may sound similar to bodily injury...

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