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7 Myths About Personal Injury Claims Debunked

Corpus Christi Personal Injury Lawyers Blog There are a lot of myths about personal injury claims with many of them coming from television, movies, and misinformed family members. Unfortunately, listening to untrustworthy information can lead to making a bad decision. Trust your car accident lawyer, Timothy D. Raub, with over 25 years of experience getting[...]

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First Meeting With Your Attorney

What do you do when you are involved in an automobile accident that is not your fault and the insurance company for the person who hit you is calling? You need an attorney.  The insurance company for the guy who hit you is not calling to ask how much your check should be.  The insurance[...]

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Personal Injury Plaintiff Can’t Hide Post-Accident Instagram Posts, Judge Finds

The defendants are seeking an admission from plaintiff Christina Smith that photos and a video posted on Instagram after her March 21, 2015, motor vehicle accident are indeed of Smith. A plaintiff who brought a lawsuit over injuries she allegedly suffered in a motor vehicle accident—injuries she says have caused her a loss of enjoyment[...]

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Attorney General Underwood Urges Federal Action To Stop Illegal Robocalls And Spoofing Plaguing Consumers In New York And Across The Country

Bipartisan Coalition of 34 Attorneys General Urges FCC to Let Phone Companies Do More to Block Illegal Robocalls – Including Neighbor Spoofing NEW YORK – Attorney General Barbara D. Underwood – part of a bipartisan coalition of 34 Attorneys General – today called on the Federal Communications Commission to create new rules to allow telephone[...]

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Google did not disclose security bug because it feared regulation, says report

Google discovered a software bug that gave third-party developers access to the private profile data of users of its Google+ social network. In response, Google will shut down the consumer functionality of the service over the next ten months. The Wall Street Journal reports that Google didn’t disclose the breach when it first discovered it[...]

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Ridesharing accidents can happen in Corpus Christi. Timothy Raub can help you understand your rights if it happens to you.

     Timothy Raub is a personal injury lawyer in Corpus Christi that can help you understand your rights when using a rideshare service. Rideshare operations such as Uber and Lyft have become extremely popular in Corpus Christi and other cities throughout the United States. It’s easy to see why they have become popular. Looking a[...]

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Treat Consistently for the Best Case Results

It’s important when you’re injured to treat consistently. This means: 1) get care soon after the accident; 2) get continuing care as prescribed; 3) follow doctor’s orders; 4) don’t miss appointments; 5) see a specialist if more generalized care is not fixing the problem within two or three months; 6) if a doctor releases you[...]

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Can a 5 to 10-mph Car Crash Cause Permanent Injury?

Some car accidents are catastrophic; others are relatively minor by comparison. In either scenario, auto collisions are never a positive thing for those involved. Even minor crashes can result in life-altering injuries, including permanent injury from relatively low-speed car accidents. So, can a 5 to 10-mph car crash cause permanent injury? Absolutely. Just because a[...]

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National Consumer Bankruptcy Law Firm Sanctioned for Harming Financially Distressed Consumers and Auto Lenders

After a four-day trial, a national consumer bankruptcy law firm and its local partner attorneys were sanctioned and enjoined by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Virginia for causing “unconscionable” harm to their clients. The court found that the law firm and its attorneys, among other things, systematically engaged in the unauthorized[...]

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Bankruptcy Filings Continue to Decline

Bankruptcy filings fell by 1.8 percent for the 12-month period ending March 31, 2018, compared with the year ending March 31, 2017. The data continues a national trend of declining bankruptcy filings since 2011. The March 2018 annual bankruptcy filings totaled 779,828, compared with 794,492 cases in the previous year, according to statistics released by[...]

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Just the Facts: Consumer Bankruptcy Filings, 2006-2017

Just the Facts is a feature that highlights issues and trends in the Judiciary based on data collected by the Judiciary Data and Analysis Office (JDAO) of the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts. Bankruptcy can provide a fresh financial start for consumers who cannot pay their debts, either because of insolvency or insufficient income to meet creditor demands.[...]

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