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April 2016 Archives

Do You Know Your Fifth Amendment Rights?

The Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution states clearly that no one can be compelled to provide evidence or bear witness against themselves in a criminal case. In other words, if the police ask you if you committed a crime and answering openly would incriminate you, the choice to remain silent is an acceptable alternative option.

How Long Do You Have to File a Personal Injury Claim in Texas?

After being in an accident or being hurt by someone else's wrongdoing, most people are probably not eager to start a lawsuit first thing. And understandably so. Litigation and legalese can make pursuing compensation difficult for those unfamiliar with the system. But while rest and recuperation are certainly encouraged, it is important not to wait too long to take action against the negligent and liable party. If you do, Texas State's statute of limitation for personal injury cases may expire, and you could be left completely out of luck.

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