The First 24 Hours
What should you do immediately after you are injured on the job? I talk about two critical things that you need to take care of within...
Injured With No Income
I discuss a recent workers' compensation case that I handled. As always, remember that each case is different. You can contact me to...
About My Practice (New Video)
I've created a new video that describes my background and gives a little information about why I decided to practice workers'...
Update on COVID-19 Claims in Texas Workers' Compensation
At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, I wrote this post about how to make a workers' compensation claim arising out of an exposure to...
Your Workers' Comp Insurance Adjuster May Be Spying on You. Here's How They Do It.
As a workers' compensation insurance attorney, I end up talking to a lot of workers' compensation claimants about their cases. When they...
Workers' Compensation Benefits Are Often Underpaid. Here's Why.
The Texas workers' compensation system is set up in such a way that injured workers are often underpaid benefits, an effect that favors...
Make Sure Your Workers' Compensation Carrier is Paying the Full Amount They Owe
If you suspect that your average weekly wage has been improperly calculated, the first step that you should take is to request a wage statem
What to Do When Your Adjuster Won't Call You Back
Getting an adjuster to respond to your communications without an attorney representing you can sometimes be tricky, but here are a few point
Impairment Ratings in Texas Workers' Compensation: The Basics
Here are a few basic principles that will help you to better understand impairment ratings and the impairment rating process.
When Your Employer Becomes Hostile About Your Work Injury Claim, Be Sure to Document Everything
Unfortunately, there are a lot of employees who don't handle a report of a claim properly. Instead, once an injury is reported, they eng