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Preeminent Litigation Attorney

Respected by his peers for intense preparation, tenacity, professionalism, willingness to take cases to trial and concern for his clients, attorneys across the state refer Robert Greening their most complex personal injury cases and have distinguished him with the top "AV" rating from Martindale-Hubbell and with the designation of Thomson Reuters' Texas Super Lawyer in 2005, 2006, 2012, 2013, and 2014, as seen in Texas Monthly Magazine.

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GreeningLaw P.C. Blog

  • What if I can't prove negligence? +

    To have a valid personal injury claim, you have to be able to prove four things:

    · An individual had a duty

    · The duty was breached

    · The breach caused harm

    · An injury

    The individual is the person who harmed you, and the duty varies from case to case. If you were in a car accident, the individual’s duty was to follow traffic laws. A homeowner’s duty may include keeping their property in a safe condition, following HOA or zoning laws, or keeping a dangerous dog secured in their yard. A retail store owner’s duty may be to keep the store in

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  • What is a Letter of Protection? +

    When you’re injured in an accident, you need medical care. But what do you do if you don’t have the money to get treatment until you get a settlement?

    Just like attorneys will sometimes work on contingency, doctors will, too. When attorneys work on contingency, they agree to handle your case on the condition that they are paid when you get a settlement. Doctors will do this, too. It’s an agreement called a letter of protection.

    A letter of protection isn’t a letter, but an agreement between the patient, the medical providers and the attorney that they will treat the

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  • What does a “no fault” or “fault” state mean? +

    Fault and no-fault are different ways of dealing with auto accident claims. Most states in the United States, including Texas, are fault states. This means that when an auto accident occurs, the claim is paid by the negligent driver’s insurance.

    In no-fault states , of which there are 13 in the U.S., each driver’s insurance simply pays for their own claim, regardless of who was at fault. The no-fault laws are designed to minimize auto insurance cases in the courts and help people get an insurance payout quickly with less negotiating. However, those payouts are generally more limited than they are

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