Category: Personal Injury

About the Collateral Source Rule in Texas

In states like Texas that follow the collateral source rule, any compensation to an injured party from a source other than the injuring party does not get deducted from the total amount of damages. The primary purpose of the rule is to prohibit defendants from being able to count any monies paid by...

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Damages for Loss of Enjoyment of Life

In Texas, you may be able to collect damages for an injury that causes a loss of enjoyment of life. These damages fall typically fall within the "pain and suffering" category of compensatory damages. What constitutes loss of enjoyment of life varies from case to case, but certain courts have...

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Do You Have a Food Poisoning Claim?

Negligent food poisoning cases require special proof in order to show liability of a defendant. In these instances, generally a plaintiff must prove at least that: He/she suffered an illness An organism that caused the illness existed There is a connection between the organism and the...

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