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Anatomy of a Personal Injury Claim
Anatomy of a Personal Injury Claim

At The Daspit Law Firm, our Houston personal injury lawyers are committed to helping injured victims and families navigate the personal injury claim process to secure the financial compensation they need to cover damages caused by the negligence of others – including their ...

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Blog posts in January, 2018

  • 5 Workers Missing After Drilling Rig Explodes in Oklahoma

    Emergency crews who responded to a significant explosion and fire at a drilling rig in Quinton, Oklahoma – roughly 100 miles southeast of Tulsa – have ...

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  • How Serious are Tire Blowouts?

    Most of us have seen a vehicle disabled on the side of the road with a blown tire. While most blowouts are minor, these incidents are a leading cause ...

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  • Importance of Vehicle Maintenance

    If you own a vehicle, it’s very important to get regular routine maintenance on it. Doing so can bring about a number of benefits and can save you ...

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  • Personal Injury Protection Coverage FAQ

    Personal injury claims can provide a vital source of compensation to victims who suffer injuries in car accidents caused by the negligent or careless ...

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  • What Evidence is Needed to Prove Liability?

    Proving liability in a negligence case involves four steps: (1) Proving the existence of a duty; (2) Proving a breach of that duty; (3) Proving the ...

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