Answering All of Your Texas Personal Injury, DWI, Criminal Defense and Business Law Questions

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Select a category below to find answers to your questions now. If you have any other questions not answered below, call The Kahn Law Firm today for a free, confidential consultation.  Our Texas injury lawyers will review your case and advise you on how to proceed. When it comes to your health and financial future, you'll want to choose a lawyer who will deliver results. To consult with one of our lawyers in Houston, call The Kahn Law Firm at 1-713-226-9900 or 1-844-301-KAHN.

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  • Should I give a recorded statement to the insurance company?

    NO! Although the adjuster may be nice to you and seem like he wants to help you, it is actually just the opposite. 

    We do not recommend giving a recorded statement to the insurance company.  The questions the adjuster asks you are meant to trick you or they will try to twist your words to get you to say something you don't mean to say. 

    They may tell you that they are "just trying to gather information" or that they "cannot settle your case without a recorded statement."  The purpose of a recorded statement is to lock you into a story, usually before you get an attorney, so that if your story changes later on, they can use the inconsistencies against you.

    Insurance adjusters are highly trained professionals with extensive experience in taking statements from injured people.  They are not trying to help you.  They are trying to determine your injuries and damages early in the case and minimize how much they have to pay you. 


  • Can I settle my personal injury case on my own in Texas without a personal injury attorney?

    It is possible to settle your own personal injury case; however, this is not the best way to give your case its best shot at success. A Texas personal injury attorney is not only a knowledgeable professional experienced in this line of work, but gives you better access to resources that can help your case, such as expert witnesses.

    All U.S. citizens have the legal right to file a lawsuit and represent themselves in court; this is called Attorney Pro Se. Anyone who opts to file a claim via Attorney Pro Se must follow the same rules and regulations required of a licensed attorney.

    As personal injury claims are very complicated and require extensive knowledge of the legal system, this is where the difficulty lies. Unless you have extensive knowledge of the legalities of personal injuries, best results in your personal injury case usually come from an attorney who is familiar with the industry based on the numerous cases they have already handled.

    Though it is possible to file your case yourself, it is best to let a licensed professional do the work for you. Courts are not authorized to give legal advice; therefore, if you were to make a mistake in filing your claim, the court will simply deny it, giving you no intimation as to what the problem is. This could cost you precious time in filing your suit. An attorney best knows how to file your claim and can recommend the best legal route to improve your chances of success.
    Contacting a Texas Personal Injury Attorney for Help!

    If you or a loved one is considering filing a personal injury case, contact an attorney at The Kahn Law Firm today. Call 713-226-9900 or 844-301-KAHN to begin discussing your legal options.

  • How do I know if I need to hire a personal injury attorney after an accident in Houston?

    If you have been injured in a car accident, your questions are likely a little more sophisticated than the basic, “who can I sue for this?” A more immediate question is: do you need a lawyer? You need to be able to determine if the accident’s damage is significant enough that a Houston lawyer is required to handle your claim, and to do that, you need to know what qualities in an accident demand the involvement of an attorney. 

    If you have been injured in an accident, use the following criteria to help determine whether or not you need the assistance of a Houston, Texas, personal injury lawyer. Ask these questions about your injury claim: 

    • did significant injury result from the accident for you, your passengers, or occupants of the other vehicle;
    • is the fault of the accident contested by both sides (both parties insist that the other driver was the cause of the accident);
    • did the collision result in substantial property damage for you or the other driver; and
    • is your insurance provider threatening to deny you any reimbursement for lack of documentation, or any other reasons? 

    If you answered yes to any of these questions, consult with a Houston, Texas, personal injury lawyer about your case. You may be entitled to thousands in medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering damages, and other fees from your accident, and a Houston lawyer is ready to meet with you in a free, one-on-one consultation about the facts of your case.

    Do You Need a Lawyer? Contact a Houston, Texas, Personal Injury Lawyer

    Hiring a Houston lawyer is more complicated than just asking, “who can I sue?” When you have experienced legal representation on your side, you can rest assured that your attorney will fight for all compensation to which you may be entitled, including past, current and future medical expenses; pain and suffering; lost earnings or earning potential; or wrongful death benefits.

    While you focus on your recovery and emotional wellbeing, you should have a Houston auto accident personal injury lawyer at The Kahn Law Firm advocating for your rights. Contact us today to learn more about what a Houston, Texas personal injury lawyer can do for your claim and how to hire a lawyer – 1-713-226-9900 or toll free 1-844-301-KAHN.