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Medical Liens Against Personal Injury Claims

Before you can receive your personal injury settlement, you may be required to pay off certain claim against the proceeds. This can include medical liens that are filed by medical service providers. How Medical Liens Are Filed A doctor, nurse, … Continue reading

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Can You Owe Your Own Insurance Company Money After Winning a Personal Injury Judgment?

Following a car accident, you may receive certain benefits from your own insurance company. If you later end up suing a negligent third party for damages related to the accident, your insurer may have the right to recover part of … Continue reading

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Can a Chapter 7 debtor amend their exemptions in a reopened case to exempt a previously undisclosed personal injury claim?

Yes – but only if the debtor can show “excusable neglect” they can amend their exemptions in a reopened proceeding. However, in a recent 10th Circuit case, the court held that a Chapter 7 debtors failed to establish that their … Continue reading

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Patricia L – Dallas TX Personal Injury Lawyer Review

Patricia L. shares her Reyes Browne Reilley experience with our Dallas, TX staff of professional personal injury lawyers while helping her recover damages after being severely injured in a high-speed car wreck on Hwy 380. “The accident happened on 380. … Continue reading

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When is the Right Time to Settle My Personal Injury Claim?

People who have been injured in an accident have a lot to worry about. Your primary concern should be your health, and recovery can involve a significant period of time for treatment, rehabilitation, and recovery. In addition, you may now … Continue reading

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