Not all injury cases require a lawyer to get involved, but there are many times when a lawyer’s services are valuable, even indispensable. Insurance claims, toxic exposure, and medical malpractice cases are three examples where you are better off with legal counsel. Nolo.com offers some great advice on handling a variety of tough legal situations.
Insurance companies cannot always be relied on to deal fairly with someone who makes a claim. If you were seriously injured or disabled, you might have to file a personal injury suit against the responsible party or their insurance company to get a fair settlement. The responsible party’s insurance company will definitely fight if you are disabled because those payouts are so expensive.
Toxic chemicals in air, food, or water can disable or kill people. Yet, it is usually difficult to prove there was a toxic substance involved and to show who was responsible for it being in the environment. Most of these cases are too technical and to legally complicated for an individual to tackle. Powerful corporations have money and lawyers at their disposal.
Medical errors injure, disable or kill people in Texas every week. If there is evidence of negligence at the hospital, the victim or victim’s next-of-kin, should file a lawsuit with the help of an attorney. Like toxic exposure cases, medical malpractice cases tend to be complicated affairs. The hospital will fight back.
Rose Law has experience representing small businesses, individuals, and insurance companies in personal injury cases. In disability cases, toxic exposure cases, and medical malpractice cases the average citizen is at a hopeless disadvantage.
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