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How Long Do You Have To File a Police Report After a Car Accident in Texas?
After a car accident in Texas, it’s crucial to understand your legal obligations and the steps you need to take to protect your rights. One of the most important things to know is how long you have to file a police report in Texas. In Texas, you must report…
What Happens If the At-Fault Party Doesn’t Have Car Insurance in Texas?
Seeking compensation for a car accident can be challenging if the at-fault party doesn’t have car insurance in Texas, but this scenario doesn’t necessarily bar you from financial recovery. Shamieh Law can help you understand your options, such as filing a car accident claim with your own auto insurance…
Does Health Insurance Cover Car Accident Injuries in Texas?
If you’ve been injured in a car accident in Texas, you may be facing significant medical expenses and wondering how you’ll pay for your treatment. A common question that arises is whether health insurance will cover the costs associated with car accident injuries. In most cases, health insurance covers…
Can I Sue My Employer for Unsafe Working Conditions in Texas?
Texas workers have the right to a safe and healthy work environment. When employers fail to provide these conditions, injured workers may be entitled to workers’ compensation. In some cases, they may even have grounds to sue their employer. If you’ve been hurt on the job due to unsafe…
Laws & Regulations for Truck Drivers in Texas
Like most states, Texas outlines specific rules and regulations for truckers driving within its borders. Texas trucking laws promote safety, reduce accidents, and uphold industry standards. Accidents can happen when trucking companies fail to abide by them. If you are injured in a truck accident because someone failed to…
Louisiana Trucking Violations & Their Impact on Lawsuits
In Louisiana, strict regulations govern the roadways we share with commercial trucks to create safe roads for everyone. When trucking violations occur, the consequences can be severe—not just for negligent truckers but for everyone sharing the road with them. That’s why the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and Louisiana…
Physical & Mental Effects of Motor Vehicle Accident Injuries
The physical and psychological effects of car accidents often leave people with mounting medical bills, inability to work, and difficulty carrying out their daily activities. If you’ve been in a motor vehicle accident due to someone else’s negligence, a personal injury lawyer at Shamieh Law can help determine who…
What is Louisiana’s No Pay No Play Law?
Louisiana’s No Pay, No Play law prohibits uninsured drivers from recovering compensation for the first $15,000 in bodily injury and the first $25,000 in property damage they sustain when involved in a car accident. However, there are a number of important exceptions to this rule. Our attorneys explain how…
When Should You Worry About Pain After a Car Accident?
Soreness, tension, stiffness, pain, and other discomfort are common following car accidents. In some cases, you may experience a delayed onset of pain, which might mean you have more serious injuries that are not immediately apparent following the accident. If you experience pain after a car accident in Dallas,…
How Long Do You Have To File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit in Louisiana?
If you are considering filing a wrongful death in Louisiana, remember that you must do so before the one-year filing deadline passes. Our Louisiana wrongful death attorneys at Shamieh Law are standing by to make sure you know your legal rights and do not miss the all-important deadline. If…
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