Top 10 Ways To Torpedo Your Texas Personal Injury Case

By | September 21, 2010
  1. Failing to notify the police after the accident & and giving a statement before speaking to a personal injury lawyer
  2. Failing to timely obtain medical treatment and hiding all injuries from your doctor and failing to cooperate with your doctor
  3. Signing insurance company documents before calling a lawyer or attorney and allowing the insurance company to get your medical records before calling a lawyer or attorney
  4. Forgetting to submit outstanding medical bills to your health insurance company and your own auto insurance company
  5. Hiding prior injuries or criminal matters from your lawyer  or attorney
  6. Waiting too long to hire a lawyer or attorney
  7. Believing you can handle their claim on your own without a lawyer or attorney
  8. Failing to document non-visible injuries such as pain/stress and taking pictures of visible injuries such as scars and bruising
  9. Thinking the insurance company is concerned about your injuries
  10. Failing to take pictures of the accident scene and get the names of witnesses

Personal Injuries in Dallas and throughout the State of Texas can occur from the following accidents:

  • Car/Auto Accidents & Wrecks
  • Truck/18 Wheeler/Tractor-Trailer Accidents
  • Construction Accidents
  • “Non-Subscriber” Work and On-the-Job Accidents
  • Oil and Gas Rig Work Accidents
  • Motorcycle Accidents
  • Drunk Driver Accidents
  • Bicycle and Pedestrian Accidents
  • Boating and ATV Accidents
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Birth Injury
  • Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect
  • Child Abuse and Neglect
  • Daycare Accidents
  • Brain Injury Accidents
  • Spine Injury Accidents
  • Amputation and Burn Injury Accidents
  • Electrocution Accidents
  • Dog and Animal Bite Accidents
  • Railroad Accidents
  • Dangerous Premises and Slip and Fall Accidents
  • Defective Products


If one sustains serious and severe personal injuries in Dallas, Texas, compensation may be available for:

  1. Medical bills;
  2. Future medical care;
  3. Lost wages;
  4. Inability to work;
  5. Pain;
  6. Emotional stress;
  7. Impairment;
  8. Disfigurement

Jason E. Kipness practices law in Dallas, Texas and is also a member of the LawGuru Attorney Network.

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