Blog Posts in May, 2019

  • When Is My Landlord Responsible for My Injuries?

    When you live in an apartment, it’s possible to be exposed to a number of dangerous situations, depending on how well your landlord has maintained the building. In some cases, those who become injured on apartment premises can pursue a lawsuit against their negligent landlord, to recover for medical expenses, time off work, and other losses. However, it’s important to consult with a seasoned ...
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  • Understanding the Texas Eggshell Skull Rule

    If you have a pre-existing condition that aggravated your accident injuries, you may assume that you don’t have a shot at recovering compensation. Fortunately, there’s a principle in Texas civil law that allows you to pursue a personal injury lawsuit even with a prior condition. This is known as the eggshell skull rule, or the “thin skull rule” in some jurisdictions. The eggshell skull rule is a ...
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