Complaining about a Subrogation Letter from Blue Cross Blue Shield in Fort Worth

If your medical insurance provider is Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas, then it is likely that you will receive a subrogation letter from them if you or a member of your family has been injured in an accident. Regardless of whether the injuries in… read more

Subrogation Letter from Ingenix/Optum on Behalf of United Healthcare

If you have been injured in a car crash, truck wreck, motorcycle collision, or other accident where someone else was at fault, it’s very likely that you will receive a letter in the mail from a company called Optum (previously Ingenix) seeking reimbursement for health… read more

Do I Have to Give My Cell Records to the Insurance Company After an Accident?

After you’ve been in a car accident, the insurance company might ask you to sign a release that allows them to access your cell phone records. Generally speaking, you’re not required to turn over your cell phone records to anyone (not your own insurance company… read more

The Landlord’s Responsibility In Dog Attacks in Texas

As a dog bite injury attorney, I know that dog attacks are no laughing matter. If you’ve been bitten by someone else’s dog, you have a right to compensation under Texas law. But here’s the next question – who’s going to pay you? It’s estimated that the… read more

How To Find Out If a Hospital Lien Has Been Filed Against You

If you believe a hospital lien has been filed against you after you were hurt in an accident, you can check for a lien on your local county clerk’s website. For example, in Tarrant County accident victims can go here to the Tarrant County website and click… read more

How Do Insurance Companies Know About Pre-Existing Conditions?

If you’ve been hurt in a car accident and filed a claim, you might be surprised when the insurance company denies you coverage due to “pre-existing conditions.” This is especially true if you didn’t tell the insurance company about any past injuries, or if your old… read more

Texas Laws for Drivers with Epilepsy and Other Medical Disorders

Are People With Epilepsy Legally Allowed to Drive? It depends on the state. Some states prohibit anyone with a history of seizures to operate a moving vehicle, while other states are more liberal, placing fewer restrictions on the infirm. Naturally, laws are created to protect… read more