Texas Personal Injury Handbook provides insurance professionals, legal assistants, attorneys, and others in the field of personal injury litigation, an accessible and authoritative ''one-stop'' handbook on personal injury cases. Case law, statutes, and policies concerning a variety of different subjects have been assembled into one source, focusing exclusively on Texas law.
The Handbook can be used in a number of different ways. Insurance professionals may use the Handbook in evaluating personal injury claims, and determining coverage. It also may be used as a portable basic reference book by attorneys and paralegals engaged in the prosecution or defense of personal injury actions.
Additionally, corporate counsel and others who may potentially be involved in evaluating personal injury claims of employees or third parties will also find the Texas Personal Injury Handbook to be an easy-to-use, compact reference.
The eBook versions of this title feature links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options.
Table of Contents
Part I Guide To Personal Injury Claims
Chapter 1 How To Use This Handbook
Chapter 2 Bad Faith
Chapter 3 Dram Shop
Chapter 4 Exemplary/Punitive Damages
Chapter 5 Negligence Per Se
Chapter 6 Personal Injury Protection
Chapter 7 Premises Liability
Chapter 8 Property Damages
Chapter 9 Survival Actions
Chapter 10 Uninsured Motorist Claims
Chapter 11 Wrongful Death Actions
Part II Sample Insurance Policies
Part III Selected Texas Code Provisions
Part IV Glossary Of Medical Terms