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Unresolved disagreements are a death knell for your partnership

Business partnerships, like marriages, can be blissful or disastrous. A marriage is more likely to last for many happy years if both spouses have an understanding about the essential elements of their partnership, such as handling money, raising children and retiring. When spouses cannot resolve disputes in these or other important areas, the marriage may break down.

Maximizing your subrogation recovery efforts

After a major payout, your insurance company is certainly counting on recovering as much as possible from the responsible party through subrogation. When deciding to subrogate, you have a number of options, and you will certainly want to choose the option that provides the best opportunity for maximum return.

Working toward a successful subrogation after a fire claim

Fires can devastate families, destroying their belongings and leaving them with next to nothing. Many Texas families depend on a check from your insurance company to help them get back on their feet. One of the first steps they may wish to take is clearing out the rubble and debris and bringing in contractors to repair and restore what the fire damaged.

The power of motions: Ending litigation before it really begins

Has someone filed a lawsuit against you or your company? Do you envision spending long hours and large amounts of money waiting for a court to decide your fate? Fortunately, not all lawsuits end up in trial, and not just because they settle. Several types of motions exist that could end the litigation before it even has a chance to really begin.


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