Determinations of future earnings are generally based on evidence, witness testimony, and expert testimony, such as testimony from an economist. There are many factors that go into an evaluation of future earnings, and it can be difficult to determine for a young person or student who hasn't...View More
Texas has a one year statute of limitations for defamation under the Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code section 16.002. However, the one-year period depends on the date the cause of action "accrued," meaning the date the one-year clock started ticking. You should contact an attorney...View More
I had gotten hit in my company van. my employer fired me shortly after the man hit my company vando to being a liability. I just got served papers. i know to give them a copy they signed for, and also my insurance company did also. the paperwork says to reply within 20 days. who and what am I... View More
As soon as possible, you should hire a personal injury defense attorney to assist you in filing an Answer with the Court. Failure to do so could result in a default judgment being entered against you, which would be a judgment in favor of the Plaintiff(s) that you would likely have to pay. A...View More
If you are within the statute of limitations and the facts of the case permit a civil suit from the same event, then you can have simultaneous proceedings. You should contact a personal injury attorney in Texas to discuss the facts of your case.
If you have an attorney, I would ask him or her for an update on your case. If you do not have an attorney at this time, I would recommend that you hire a personal injury attorney to look into this matter for you. Also, if you know the Court the case is pending in, you may want to consider calling...View More
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