Our Texas Lawyer Discusses Personal Injury Lawsuits
If you have been injured in an accident, you may be eligible to seek compensation for your injuries through a personal injury lawsuit. The state of Texas defines a personal injury lawsuit as a suit brought through a court of law wherein a plaintiff claims to have been somehow injured due to negligence on the part of the defendant. The plaintiff is thereby requesting some sort of financial restitution for those damages.
Put simply, the victim tells the court what happened in an accident and then asks the court to enforce the law and make the defendant compensate the victim for his or her injuries. Experienced personal injury attorney from our Law Offices is here to give you a brief overview of how personal injury lawsuits work. Find more information on this website for Carabin Shaw Attorneys at Law
Elements of a Legitimate Personal Injury Lawsuit
In order to have a strong case, your lawsuit must have three factors:
A solvent defendant
A solvent defendant means that the defendant in your case has some means of compensation you for your injuries. This can be an insurance policy (most common) or personal assets, including money or physical assets. Without a solvent defendant, you cannot be compensated. For example, if you are somehow injured by a homeless person who has no money, insurance, or physical assets, that person may be liable for your injuries, but he or she has no means with which to compensate you.
Note that in some cases, defendants will attempt to hide their assets from the court in order to appear insolvent. Our attorneys have […]