What if the other driver has no insurance?

This is a big problem in Texas and Oklahoma. If the other driver has no insurance, your attorney can seek a judgment against him or her and go after any money or nonexempt property they have. However, most of the time if the other driver does not have insurance, he does not have any assets.… Read More

When will my case settle?

This is determined by you and the individual facts in your case. We will not suggest settlement until you have a clear understanding of your injuries and loss. We want to present the full amount of your loss to the insurance company. That includes the cost of future medical care that you may need. There… Read More

How do I know when it is time to settle?

There is no magic answer to this question. Each situation is different. The best answer is to get a good attorney and listen to his advice, but make up your own mind. You want an attorney that has years of experience in representing injured persons. That attorney will have learned from the experience of making… Read More

How do I pay my medical bills?

One of the first things that people worry about after they have been injured is “How or who will pay my medical bills?”  The answer might surprise you. According to Texas and Oklahoma law, the insurance company that insures the person who injured you does NOT have to pay for your medical treatment until you are… Read More

How long should I wait before consulting an attorney?

The short answer is that you should not wait. Frequently a person goes to an attorney after they have already made a mistake that seriously affects their claim. Many attorneys that help injured people have a policy that your first office visit is free. That is our policy at the Altman Legal Group. You may… Read More

How do I know if I have a case?

Any time another person or event causes you to have property damage or personal injuries, you have a case. Whether your injury is property damage (such as a fire loss) or personal injuries, it is important that you call an attorney immediately to discuss your case. If you are physically injured, it is important that… Read More