Legitimate insurance claims are denied every day. An insurance company's denial of a claim that should have been paid can constitute a breach of contract, violation of the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act, or violation of the Texas Insurance Code. If you need to challenge or appeal your insurance claim denial, let us take a look at your case and inform you of your options.

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As a consumer, you have a duty to be careful about what you buy, especially when you see "as is" or "no refunds" notices. But what if being careful is not enough? The law recognizes that even when buyers are careful, do their research, and ask the right questions, they may still be subject to the deception of merchants.


Therefore, if a seller lies about something important, falsely tells a customer that some repair was done, misrepresent the quality or type of products or parts, or falsely tells customers that they have rights that they do not have, then the buyer may have rights under the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act. 

If you were deceived by a seller, let us take a look at your case and inform you of your options.


Even an automobile accident that seems minor can cause significant injuries, pain and suffering, and expensive medical bills. Many accident victims do not feel any pain until a few days after the accident. When the pain starts, many people incorrectly believe it will go away shortly and so they do not seek treatment, but the pain can continue for months or even years. It is therefore very important that you seek the help of a licensed medical provider to properly evaluate your injuries and provide treatment is needed.