Frequently asked questions, abbreviated to FAQ, are listed questions and answers, all supposed to be commonly asked in some context, and pertaining to a particular topic. The format is commonly used on email mailing lists and other online forums, where certain common questions tend to recur."FAQ" is pronounced as either an initialism (F-A-Q) or an acronym. Since the acronym FAQ originated in textual media, its pronunciation varies; "fack", "faak", "fax", and "facts" are commonly heard. Depending on usage, the term may refer specifically to a single frequently asked question, or to an assembled list of many questions and their answers.
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  • What is proximate cause?

    …Answer: Proximate cause can be defined as an act from which an injury results as a natural, direct, uninterrupted consequence, and without which, the injury would not have occurred. It may not necessarily be the closest cause or the first event, which can make proving proximate cause a complex affair. Courts use the “but for” rule in order…

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  • What’s the difference between an accident and a crash?

    …Answer: Generally speaking, the term “accident” implies that no one was at-fault, and puts little blame on the most common cause of car crashes: human error. Someone is almost always at-fault for a motor vehicle collision, so using the term “accident” is simply inaccurate and misleading. While it’s acceptable to interchange the terms when you…

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  • Can I fire my current attorney and hire you?

    …Answer: In most cases, a client is free to change attorneys at just about any time. However, the problem is if you are already represented, it may be difficult to find another attorney who is willing to discuss your case at all due to ethical concerns that may exist from speaking with a client who already has legal representation. If you…

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  • Why sue if I have health insurance?

    …Answer: First off, the majority of health insurance plans do not cover 100% of your medical expenses. At bare minimum, you are responsible for deductibles, co-pays, and on top of that, many types of procedures are simply not covered at all. More importantly, your health insurance carrier does NOT reimburse you for non-tangible or non-medical…

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  • What is a wrongful death survival action?

    … of the negligent action that caused the death of the injured party. Then what’s a wrongful death claim, you ask? A wrongful death claim allows beneficiaries of the deceased to seek compensation for their related damages (e.g., loss of financial support), as opposed to the victim’s damages (e.g., pain and suffering, lost wages, etc). The survival action…

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  • Should I wait for OSHA to finish their investigation?

    …Answer: It is not necessary or even advisable to wait until OSHA finishes their investigation to gather necessary information related to a work accident case. In fact, you should begin gathering information and speaking with attorneys immediately after the accident! Building your case is important and needs to be done as soon as possible. If you…

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  • Can I sue a restaurant for food poisoning?

    …Answer: If you became sick after eating food at a restaurant, you may have grounds for a lawsuit. With the proliferation of dangerous bacteria such as salmonella and E. Coli in the restaurant industry, we could be one meal away from falling ill due to the negligence of a restaurant or food supplier. Restaurants are obligated to ensure…

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  • Am I an employee or an independent contractor?

    …Answer: There’s a lot of confusion (and misinformation) about employment status in Texas. It is important to note that just because you work on-site on a daily basis doesn’t mean that you are a full-fledged employee. Likewise, just because your boss tells you that you’re a contractor doesn’t mean that you are an independent contractor in the eyes…

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  • The driver who hit me doesn’t have insurance. What should I do?

    …Answer: It happens; you get into a car accident and shortly find out that the other driver is uninsured. In such cases, your best option may be to file an uninsured motorist claim. This will help you recover money damages that will go toward compensating you for your injuries as well as the damage to your vehicle. Unfortunately, not everyone has UM…

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  • How long will my case take?

    …Answer: While a personal injury attorney may be able to give you a “ballpark estimate” on the timeframe you’re looking at, it is simply impossible to provide an accurate answer without having all the facts connected to your case. Some types of cases settle within weeks, while some can take over a year to play out. At Rasansky Law Firm, we make…

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  • Who’s responsible for a dog bite or animal attack?

    …Answer: The responsibility for dog bites and animal attacks sometimes depends on the state in which the incident took place. In other words, some states operate on a strict liability clause that places legal responsibility on the owner – even if (s)he did nothing wrong regarding his obligation to protect others from an attack. In other states…

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  • What do I do if I was hit by a hit-and-run driver?

    …Answer: Being involved in a hit and run accident can be frustrating. Your best chance for finding the driver is to collect as much information as possible (e.g. the color, make, model of the car and license plate number if available). If you are physically able to do so, gather as much information from witnesses as you possibly can…

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