Fort Worth Bankruptcy Advice and Bankruptcy Help in Fort Worth #fort


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Offering expert advice and bankruptcy help to consumers and businesses

The experienced attorneys at The Vida Law Firm, PLLC represent individuals and small businesses throughout the Fort Worth, Texas area in all kinds of bankruptcy proceedings. If you or your organization is facing financial difficulties, mounting bills, foreclosure and repossession proceedings, or harassing collection activity, you can rely on our skilled Fort Worth bankruptcy advice.

Although the prospect of bankruptcy may seem intimidating, a qualified attorney can offer Fort Worth bankruptcy help to guide you through each step of the process. The attorneys at The Vida Law Firm, PLLC can represent you and your interests to creditors, the trustee, and the court, helping you reorganize debts and make a fresh start.

Bankruptcy in Fort Worth – We specialize in cases like yours

With nearly 70 years of combined legal experience, our attorneys have the skills and experience to guide you or your business through even the most complex Chapter 7. Chapter 11. or Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Fort Worth.

Behrooz Vida and Richard Venable are certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization as specialists in consumer bankruptcy law. Mr. Vida is also a specialist in business bankruptcy law, and is the recipient of Martindale-Hubbell’s prestigious AV peer rating. indicating the highest levels of professionalism and ethical standards. Carla Reed Vida is an exceptional Fort Worth bankruptcy attorney with strong capabilities in all areas of personal and business bankruptcy in Fort Worth. and a Master of Business Administration degree.

Fort Worth bankruptcy help advice – We have your best interests in mind

At The Vida Law Firm, PLLC, we meet with you personally to examine your financial situation and explore all possible Fort Worth bankruptcy options. Once you have decided what is best for you, your family, or your business, we move quickly to ensure that you can begin rebuilding your finances as soon as possible.

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To schedule a free initial consultation, contact The Vida Law Firm, PLLC today. You can call us at (817) 803-3365 or contact us online for bankruptcy advice in Fort Worth.

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Advantages Of Using Structured Settlement Brokers #structured #settlement, #sell #annuity, #selling

A Look at the Advantages to Using Structured Settlement Brokers

Selling your structured settlement gives you access to a lump sum of cash immediately. This can be enormously beneficial, particularly if you are facing serious financial difficulties. Whether you’ve lost your job, have mounting medical bills or need to get your creditors off your back, that lump sum can be essential. However, you should never attempt to sell your payments on your own – you need to work with an expert. Using structured settlement brokers offers a number of essential advantages.

Help Choosing the Right Path

You’ll find that not all structured settlement offers are the same. Some companies might only want to buy part of your payments. Other companies might charge you a steep percentage of your total amount, leaving you with less money than you should have. Still other companies might not have a particularly good reputation. Working with structured settlement brokers ensures that you have help choosing the offers that best match your specific situation and financial needs.

Get Your Offers Fast

Another advantage to working with structured settlement brokers lies in the speed you’ll have in getting offers. If you’re attempting to do this on your own, it can take a very long time just to find reputable buyers, much less start receiving offers for your settlement. When you work with a quality broker, you can start receiving offers almost immediately. This increased speed is highly beneficial for anyone struggling with a less than ideal financial situation. Obviously, the sooner you can get offers, the sooner you can begin the process and receive the cash you need.

Protect Your Interests

There are many different companies that buy structured settlements, and not all of them are ideal for your needs. Some are less than reputable, while others might not offer the terms you need. Working with structured settlement brokers ensures that you are able to protect your interests and find a buyer who is not only reputable, but also dedicated to protecting your best interests.

Working with reputable brokers will help ensure that not only do you have access to the widest pool of qualified buyers, but that you have the information and help necessary to navigate the sales process. Selling structured settlement payments is not a simple process, no matter how tantalizing those late night commercials make it look. You need expert help to get through the process and a broker can offer exactly that.


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What You Must Prove to Win a Slip and Fall Injury


What You Must Prove to Win a Slip and Fall Injury Claim

Accidents happen, and injuries are often the result, but when the accident was caused by something (or someone) outside of your control, you may wonder if you have any options for legal recourse. This article discusses the key issue in a slip and fall accident claim: Liability. Whether you are pursuing an insurance settlement or personal injury lawsuit, to win your case you will need to be able to prove that someone else – usually the property owner — is liable for your injuries.

Often, the key liability questions in slip and fall cases are: 1) Who are the potentially liable parties? And 2) Were those parties actually negligent, i.e. by causing or failing to prevent the slip and fall accident? From the perspective of the injured person, in a slip and fall insurance claim or lawsuit, another critical element is anticipating and defending against a claim that the injured person’s own carelessness somehow caused or contributed to the accident.

Theories of Liability in Slip and Fall Claims

In order to hold another party responsible for injuries suffered in a slip and fall accident, an injured person must typically prove one of the following:

  • A property owner (or their employee) should have recognized a dangerous condition (i.e. a pothole or an uneven walking surface) and removed or repaired the potential danger, but did not. The key question here is whether a reasonable person would have identified the condition as hazardous, and whether the defendant had ample opportunity to remedy the situation before the accident occurred. OR
  • A property owner (or their employee) actually caused the dangerous condition leading to the slip and fall accident — by leaving a hazardous obstacle in a walking path, for example — and it was reasonably foreseeable that someone would trip and fall due to the condition.

Proving Negligence Liability

The term “reasonable” often comes up in settlement negotiations and at other key stages of slip and fall cases. That’s because, in order to be held “negligent” and therefore liable for damages in a slip and fall case, a property owner (or the owner’s agent or employee) must have failed to act as a reasonably prudent person would have acted under circumstances similar to those leading up to the accident. In trying to assess whether the defendant acted reasonably, here are some factors that plaintiffs should consider:

  • Did the hazardous condition or obstacle exist long enough that a reasonable property owner or employee could have taken action to eliminate the hazard?
  • Did the property owner or employee have a policy of routinely checking for potential hazards on the property, and if so, is there some sort of log or other record of whether the procedure was followed immediately before the accident?
  • Was there a reasonable justification for the creation of the potential hazard? And if so, did this justification still exist at the time of the slip or fall?
  • Could the hazardous condition have been made less dangerous through preventive measures such as relocating the hazard, placing adequate warning signage in the area, or preventing access to the location?
  • Was poor lighting or limited visibility a factor in causing the slip and fall?

Proving You Didn’t “Cause” The Accident Yourself

In slip and fall cases, the property owner (or his or her insurance carrier) may argue that the plaintiff is partially (or totally) responsible for the accident that led to the injuries. This kind of argument is made under a legal concept known as “comparative fault,” and states have codified the concept in “comparative negligence” and “contributory negligence” laws. The rules in place in a given state will affect a plaintiff’s ability to recover compensation if they’re found to share some blame for the accident.

In states that follow contributory fault rules, the plaintiff will be barred from collecting any damages at all if they’re found to bear any degree of responsibility for the accident. In comparative negligence states, an injured claimant’s damages award will be reduced by a percentage that’s equal to his or her share of liability — so, a claimant who bears 25% of the blame in a slip and fall case would only collect $7,500 of a $10,000 damages award, for example. You can find your state’s rules on the issue in this chart .

In order to determine whether a plaintiff might be on the hook for causing any portion of their injuries, here are a few things to think about:

  • Did the plaintiff engage in any activity that might have prevented them from noticing the hazard — talking or texting on a cell phone, for example — when an otherwise reasonable person would have noticed it?
  • Did the plaintiff have lawful access to the location where the slip and fall accident occurred, or was there a legitimate reason for the plaintiff to be in a dangerous area?
  • Were adequate warning signs posted, and were other safety measures ignored or not utilized by the plaintiff?

If the defense can show that the plaintiff likely caused the accident through his or her own carelessness, winning an injury claim becomes unlikely.

What Else You Need to Know

If you think you need professional help with your case, talk to a personal injury lawyer. We can’t give legal advice here – end disclaimer. To better understand the legal issues in these types of cases and improve your odds of winning, make sure you read up on the basics of premises liability. and slip and fall accidents .

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Scientology denied twice in wrongful death lawsuit as parents grieve for


Scientology denied twice in wrongful death lawsuit as parents grieve for Tabatha Fauteux

There s nothing we don t miss about her. She was just a lot of fun. Even when you were having the worst day of your life, she could figure out how to get a smile out of you, Guy Fauteux told us yesterday about his daughter Tabatha. It s the worst. And she was doing so good. She wanted to do so good.

We called him to catch up on what s been happening in a wrongful death lawsuit that he and his wife Sheila filed against Scientology s Narconon International and the Association for Better Living and Education (ABLE) after Tabatha Fauteux s heroin overdose in November 2015.

You may remember our stories about Tabatha s death. She had gone through Narconon s rehab program in Texas and then was hired on staff. She was then flown to Los Angeles with her boyfriend, another Narconon staffer, to receive special training from ABLE on a new change being made to the Narconon counseling regime. While staying in Los Angeles at an apartment paid for by ABLE, Tabatha died of a heroin overdose.

Tabatha s boyfriend told us that fellow Narconon staff had given them kratom, an herbal drug that was supposed to deliver a high something like the heroin they had managed to put behind them. But the kratom didn t really work as advertised, he told us, and only left them craving the real thing. So they started using heroin again, even as they were being trained on Narconon s anti-drug program. One morning, the boyfriend found Tabatha in the shower, unresponsive. An autopsy confirmed that she died of a heroin overdose.

In the wrongful death lawsuit her parents filed in November, the Fauteuxs are alleging that Narconon was negligent in its lax control of the recently graduated students of its program, and that they seemed more interested in trying to convince Tabatha to join Scientology than in keeping her sober.

Narconon s attorney, William Forman, jumped on that allegation, filing an anti-SLAPP motion that singled out the lawsuit s references to proselytizing. Claiming that Narconon and ABLE are secular, he denied that Tabatha had been pressured to join Scientology, and even if the proselytizing had happened, it would be activity that is protected by the First Amendment.

But Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Michael J. Raphael issued a ruling that the lawsuit s allegations of proselytizing aren t being pointed to as the cause of Tabatha s death, but they are being offered as evidence that Narconon was negligent in their supervision of Tabatha. Or, as the judge put it

Religious proselytization may be protected conduct under the anti-SLAPP statute in many circumstances. But in this Court s view, plaintiffs claims in this first amended complaint arise from the alleged negligent supervision of plaintiff s daughter in the training program, and not from protected activity.

Judge Raphael denied Narconon s anti-SLAPP motion. Narconon also filed a motion known as a demurrer. which in general is an admission of the facts but asks that a case be dismissed because it doesn t meet a legal standard. In this instance, Narconon asked the judge to find that even if Tabatha died while in ABLE training, ABLE didn t supply her with heroin, and it was Tabatha who injected herself, citing the unclean hands doctrine. In other words, they were saying, stop blaming us for her bad or immoral behavior. But Judge Raphael found that there were enough facts stated in the complaint to suggest that negligence could be proven, depending on what facts are presented at court. (He wasn t saying the Fauteuxs would necessarily win at trial, but there was enough evidence to proceed for the time being.) As for the unclean hands of Tabatha Fauteux, the judge said

Plaintiffs might successfully argue that their daughter s drug addiction was not morally blameworthy but rather was a morally neutral physical or psychological addiction that she did nothing to bring upon herself.

We have to say, that sure seems like a pretty enlightened position for a judge to take.

After a hearing was held on March 28, Judge Raphael denied the demurrer.

We asked Guy Fauteux how he felt about that, but he admitted that he didn t even know it had happened. You ve told me more about it than I ve heard! he said.

We put in a call to Gary Richardson, who is representing the Fauteuxs, but he was in a conference and we hope to talk to him soon. He s scored a couple of impressive victories early in this case, and we ll be anxious to find out who he plans to depose as it moves forward.

It was David Miscavige who ordered the new training program at the Narconon clinics, according to his pronouncements at Scientology events. And it was that new program that brought Tabatha Fauteux to Los Angeles. It might be a long shot to get Miscavige into the witness chair for this case, but it sure would be interesting.

And Judge Raphael s ruling denying Narconon s anti-SLAPP and Demurrer

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Scientology disconnection, a reminder

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Levaquin Lawsuit: Aortic Aneurysm, Dissection – Peripheral Neuropathy #depakote #lawsuit #settlement


Levaquin Lawsuit

Levaquin Injury Lawyers Reviewing Cases for Aortic Aneurysm, Aortic Dissection and Peripheral Neuropathy

The product liability lawyers at Saiontz Kirk, P.A. are reviewing potential lawsuits for individuals throughout the United States who have suffered severe and debilitating injuries that may have been caused by side effects of Levaquin .

As a result of the drug maker s failure to adequately warn about the risks associated with the popular antibiotic, financial compensation may be available through a Levaquin lawsuit for individuals who have been diagnosed with:

Similar claims are being reviewed against the makers of other fluoroquinolone antibiotics, including Avelox lawsuits and Cipro lawsuits. All cases are pursued under a contingency fee agreement, which means that there are no fees or expenses unless a settlement or recovery is obtained. Request a free consultation and claim evaluation .

Levaquin Aortic Aneurysm and Dissection Cases

Levaquin is member of a class of antibiotics known as fluoroquinolones, which have been known to degrade collagen tissue inside the body and increase the risk of tendon ruptures for years. However, recent research suggests that the same mechanism may also cause an aortic aneurysm or aortic dissection .

In October 2015, a study published in the medical journal JAMA Internal Medicine highlighted the possible Levaquin aortic aneurysm and dissection side effects. finding that users may face a two-fold increased risk of experiencing these serious, painful and potentially life-threatening injuries.

The aorta is the main artery in the human body, traveling from the left ventricle of the heart to the abdomen. Both of these injuries from Levaquin may cause the aorta to rupture, which can result in internal bleeding, severe injury or wrongful death.

  • Aortic Aneurysm from Levaquin occurs when the walls of the aorta weaken, resulting in an abnormal bulge as the pressure in the aorta causes the weakened area to balloon outward.
  • Aortic Dissection from Levaquin occurs when the interior layers of the aorta weaken, resulting in tearing inside the aorta.

There is nothing that can be done to reverse an aortic aneurysm or aortic dissection from Levaquin. The best doctors can do is to ensure it does not burst.

When a rupture becomes a risk, patients must typically undergo invasive open chest or open abdomen surgery and have the bulged and weakened section removed and replaced with a graft. They must then be placed on an often restrictive and lifestyle-altering diet generally prescribed to heart surgery and heart disease patients.

As a result of the failure to warn about the risk of Levaquin aortic aneurysm and dissection problems, many individuals may have experienced serious and debilitating injuries that may have been avoided.

Levaquin Peripheral Neuropathy Problems

The lawyers at Saiontz Kirk, P.A. are also reviewing potential Levaquin peripheral neuropathy cases for individuals throughout the U.S. as the manufacturer of the antibiotic previously provided inadequate and misleading information for consumers and the medical community about the risk of long-term nerve damage.

Information about a potential link between Levaquin and peripheral neuropathy has been known for decades. However, until 2013, the manufacturer indicated that the nerve problems were rare and failed to disclose that many Levaquin users experienced symptoms of nerve damage that continued long after they stopped using the drug.

Peripheral neuropathy from Levaquin involves damage to the peripheral nervous system. It can cause weakness, numbness and pain. It usually first occurs as numbness or pain in the hands and feet, but often continues to move up the limbs.

Potential symptoms of a Levaquin nerve damage injury may include:

  • Numbness, Burning, Sharp or Electric-Like Pain
  • Extreme Sensitivity to Touch or Heat Intolerance
  • Changes in skin, hair or nails
  • Loss of Coordination, Muscle Weakness or Paralysis
  • Bowel and bladder problems
  • Dizziness, lightheadedness

In August 2013, the FDA required a new warning update for Levaquin and other fluoroquinolone antibiotics. In a drug safety communication (PDF). the federal regulatory agency warned that the nerve problems may arise any time during treatment with the antibiotic and may last for months, or even years.

According to allegations raised in Levaquin lawsuits now being pursued on behalf of individuals throughout the United States, the manufacturers should have disclosed that problems associated with peripheral neuropathy from Levaquin side effects may be permanent, impacting individuals long after they stop taking the drug.

Levaquin Class Action Lawyers

Levaquin (levofloxacin) is one of the most widely used antibiotics in the United States, often prescribed to prevent bacteria from rapidly reproducing and causing infection. The medication was introduced by Johnson Johnson s Ortho-McNeil subsidiary in 1996, and within ten years it grew to account for roughly 6.5% of the global pharmaceutical company s total revenue, with $1.6 billion in annual revenue by 2007.

Find Out If You or a Loved One Have Levaquin Lawsuit?

Within the medical community, serious concerns have emerged about the overuse of Levaquin and other fluoroquinolones.

In May 2016, the FDA issued a drug safety communication. warning that the antibiotics are so dangerous they should no longer be prescribed for many common types of infections.

It appears that the drug maker recklessly promoted the medication while failing to warn users and the medical community about the potential Levaquin risks.

As a result of the decision to place their desire for profits before the safety of consumers, the lawyers at Saiontz Kirk, P.A. are reviewing potential Levaquin class action lawsuits and individual injury claims for individuals who have suffered an aortic aneurysm, aortic dissection or been diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy .

Prior Levaquin cases have been handled by our law firm over inadequate warnings provided about the risk of Achilles tendon ruptures associated with the medication provided prior to 2008. While new tendon damage lawsuits are no longer being pursued due to strong warnings the FDA added to the label, our lawyers have the resources and experience to make sure users diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy, aortic aneurysm or aortic dissection receive proper compensation for these preventable injuries.

All lawsuits are handled by our Levaquin lawyers under a contingency fee agreement, which means that there are never any out-of-pocket expenses to pursue a lawsuit. Attorney fees and reimbursement for expenses are only paid out of any recovery obtained in the case, meaning that you pay nothing unless you win. To review a potential case for yourself or a loved one, request a free consultation and case evaluation .

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National Medical Malpractice Statistics #medical #malpractice #statistics #medical #malpractice,medical #malpractice #lawyers,medical

National Medical Malpractice Statistics

This article spotlights a number of statistics on medical malpractice, from incidence of medical errors to compensation in medical malpractice lawsuits. For another look at real-world data on these kinds of cases, check out our companion article on Trends in Medical Malpractice Cases.

Statistical Profile of Medical Malpractice Patients

Of plaintiff patients in a recent study of medical malpractice cases, the majority were female (60%), with a median age of 38 years old. About one-fifth were newborns, and approximately 12% were over 65 years of age. These numbers are from a 2006 New England Journal of Medicine study. which took a random look at 1,452 resolved medical malpractice cases involving malpractice insurance carriers across all regions of the U.S.

Statistical Profile of Defendants in Medical Malpractice Cases

There is a fairly even distribution when it comes to medical malpractice lawsuits being filed against certain kinds of health care providers. In the NEJM study detailed in the above paragraph, obstetrician-gynecologists (OBGYNs) were the defendants in 19% of cases, with the next most common defendants being general surgeons (17%) and primary care physicians (16%).

Average Compensation in Medical Malpractice Claims

Looking at all paid medical malpractice claims (i.e. through settlement agreement or jury award) from 2005 to 2009, a study that appeared in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) found that the average compensation for medical malpractice that occurred in the inpatient setting was around $363,000. while the average award for healthcare mistakes in the outpatient setting was about $290,000 .

Results of the NEJM study (mentioned above) showed average compensation in medical malpractice claims to be about $485,000, with average jury awards after a verdict in court checking in at almost twice the average out-of-court settlement ($799,000 for jury awards and $462,000 for settlements).

Patients’ Success Rate in Medical Malpractice Trials

While the dollar figures are fairly high for medical malpractice plaintiffs who are successful at trial, the numbers show that plaintiffs aren’t all that likely to get a verdict in their favor. Of medical malpractice cases that make it to court trials, plaintiffs prevailed in 21% of verdicts. while settlement-based resolutions favored the plaintiff in 61% of cases (data from NEJM study discussed above).

Read more about five real-life medical malpractice stories and its verdicts.

Percentage of Healthcare Mistakes Reported by Hospitals

Treatment errors and other mistakes made in the provision of health care to Medicare patients are reported by hospitals in only 14% of cases, said a 2012 study released by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Most Common Reasons for Medical Malpractice Claims

For inpatient incidents, surgery errors accounted for about 34% of medical malpractice claims, checking in as the most common basis for a claim. On the outpatient side, errors in diagnosis made up about 46% of all medical malpractice claims (data from the JAMA study mentioned above).

Average Time Periods in Medical Malpractice Cases

In a 2007 study that looked at the outcomes of medical malpractice cases in select U.S. states, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) found that the average injured patient waits 16.5 months before filing a medical malpractice lawsuit. Once the suit is filed, it takes an average of 27.5 months to reach resolution of a medical malpractice case (i.e. through a negotiated settlement or through a jury verdict).

Percentage of Medical Malpractice Cases that Settle

About 93% of all medical malpractice cases are resolved before trial, meaning that only 7% of cases end in a jury verdict in favor of the patient or the health care provider (data from the U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics).

Costs of Medical Malpractice Nationwide

According to a 2009 Congressional Budget Office Report. the total direct costs to healthcare providers resulting from medical malpractice liability (including malpractice insurance, settlements, awards, and administrative costs not covered by insurance) was $35 billion in 2009. This figure represented 2% of the total healthcare expenditures across the U.S. for that same year.

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