San Antonio, Texas visitation attorney with EstorgaLaw? Even if you believe you weren’t hurt badly, go to the emergency room or see a doctor as soon as possible after an injury accident. You may have internal injuries, a concussion, or soft tissue damage (like whiplash) that you aren’t even aware of. This helps ensure that you get the treatment you need as quickly as possible. If you wait to seek medical treatment, the insurance company may try to say you weren’t seriously injured. Your medical records will play a crucial role in your claim and help you negotiate the best possible settlement.
Keep a diary of all of your complaints and limitations on your physical activities. This will help you remember details many months later when you are required to provide a statement or testify about how your injuries impacted your daily life. Start thinking about the witnesses you may need in the future. It may be necessary someday to have friends, neighbors or co-workers testify regarding your disability and pain and suffering.
Estorga Johnson Law Firm, PLLC is a general litigation practice. We work diligently with our clients to educate them on the entire process, from initial filings to potential outcomes. The goal is to make sure all questions are answered to ensure clients are fully prepared to meet any challenges that may arise. Having access to experienced and dedicated representation in a legal proceeding can make the difference between a positive or negative outcome that could greatly impact your life. See extra info at Texas Divorce.
Cases involving child protective services are serious and should not be taken lightly. Even if your case is just a simple misunderstanding, you don’t want to face legal proceedings alone. An investigation can quickly turn into a removal proceeding, which if requested by the department, can expose parents to the possibility of having their rights terminated if the department and Judge do not believe the parents can meet the needs of their child(ren).
If in your first conversation, the adjuster makes an offer so low that it is obviously just a negotiating tactic to see if you know what your claim is really worth, do not immediately lower the amount you put in your demand letter. Instead, ask the adjuster to give you the specific reasons why the offer is so low. Make notes of the conversation. Then write a brief letter responding to each of the factors the adjuster has mentioned. Depending on the strength of any of the adjuster’s reasons, you can lower your demand slightly, but before lowering your demand very far, wait to see whether the adjuster will budge after receiving your reply letter. The next time you speak with the adjuster, begin by asking for a response to your reply letter. The adjuster should now make you a reasonable offer upon which you will be able to bargain and arrive at a fair final settlement figure.
Child support in Texas is designed to provide for the care and support of a minor child. Support claims may be established through divorce proceedings, the Texas Attorney General’s Office- Child Support Division, or by SAPCRs (Suits Affecting Parent-Child Relationship). Our firm works on behalf of families in San Antonio/Bexar County, Seguin/Guadalupe County, Kerrville/ Kerr County, Bandera/Bandera County, New Braunfels/Comal County, and Boerne/Kendall County. Having a Texas attorney that is familiar with child support law is important in making sure that any support determined is appropriate and just. Find even more info on https://www.estorgalaw.com/.