No, not necessarily. A lot of auto accident claims settle without the need for a lawsuit to be filed. Remember that an insurance claims adjuster will not sign off on a fair settlement unless there is a reasonable risk of having to pay something at trial. Some...
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It’s OU/Texas week!  To quote the writers at CollegeFootballNews.com: “the Red River Rivalry is currently the biggest and baddest showdown going in college football.” In addition to enjoying Bevo burgers this week, I’ve made a bet with Ross Jurewitz of the Jurewitz...
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So, you’ve been issued a “Right to Sue” letter by the EEOC.  Does this mean you have a great case and all you need is an attorney to file your lawsuit?  No.  You may have a good case (or even no case), but a Right to Sue letter is not...
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The standard attorney answer is that “it depends.”  Here’s several reasons why it takes a while before a medical malpractice lawsuit is even filed: We first need to obtain your medical records.  Typically there are multiple hospitals and...
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