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Has Your Employer Opted Out of Texas Workers’ Compensation?

Posted On July 18, 2016 In Workplace Accidents

Texas workers should know whether their employers are using workers’ compensation, occupational accident insurance, or nothing, as the differences can have significant impact on how you recover from workplace injuries and illnesses. Texas allows some private employers to ‘opt out’ of using workers’ compensation, which is used almost universally in other states. Some employers, especially continue reading

Injured in an Accident? Beware of Texas Hospital and Emergency Services Liens

Posted On July 15, 2016 In Personal Injury

Hospital and emergency services liens, covered under Texas Property Code Ch. 55, allow hospitals and emergency services to seek reimbursement for providing care to people injured in accidents by the negligence of other parties. What are these liens? The Texas Legislature passed the Hospital Lien Statute in 1933 to allow injured parties to receive treatment, continue reading

What Are the Differences Between PIP and Med Pay Coverage On Your Auto Policy?

Posted On July 13, 2016 In Personal Injury

If you or loved ones are involved in a car accident, lacking certain types of coverage means you may not be fairly compensated for injuries. Understanding the differences between certain types of coverage is a matter of significant importance. If your Texas auto insurance policy does not have personal injury protection (PIP) coverage or medical continue reading

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