A variety of physical injuries can result from an auto accident. Broken bones, paralysis, internal injuries, or even cuts and bruises may lay you up for days, weeks, or even months. One type of injury that is especially difficult to treat is the closed-head injury. (more…)
Here at the Baumgartner Law Firm, we understand the importance of ensuring viable healthcare for you and your family.
We also understand that it can be extremely difficult to secure healthcare particularly if you do not have health insurance; which can not only be problematic, but getting help can be extremely long, tedious, and often include a great deal of red tape that can be hard to cut through. (more…)
For injured employees, the Texas Worker’s Compensation system can be a double-edged sword. While a worker injured on the job should have their medical expenses paid under the scheme, the competition for human damages is very limited. (more…)
There are many different terms that can be used to define a “herniated disc”, such as “pinched nerve”, “bulging disc”, and so forth. In addition, a herniated disc can also occur in the neck, and thus, many patients may be concerned or even confused when hearing some of these terms. (more…)
There are many different factors to consider when choosing the right daycare facility for your child: cost, proximity to work or home, curriculum, and even friendliness of staff members. (more…)
Helpful information provided by the Houston accident attorneys at the Baumgartner Law Firm (more…)
Texas has a hospital lien law that enables hospitals to recoup some of the money that they are out by treating persons that are injured in an accident who don’t have insurance or the ability to pay for the healthcare. (more…)
For anyone that has ever visited a pub, bar, or another drinking establishment that serves alcohol, they are often privy to the number of drinks that the facility is willing to serve. When an intoxicated driver causes an accident, both the drunk driver and the place where he over consumed may have legal responsibility.
More and more first laundry claims are ending up in litigation, primarily due to the failure of the state of Texas to regulate claims handling practices by insurance companies. Part of the litigation process is a “deposition” which is sworn testimony by the person being questioned. (more…)