Anderson Injury Lawyers Explains the Texas Statute of Limitations
A statute of limitations is a time limit for how long you have to file a lawsuit. In a personal injury case, the time begins running when the accident happens or when you were injured. Certain circumstances can make the…Read Post
No Fees Upfront if You Hire Board Certified Accident Attorney Mark Anderson
You might wonder how much you will pay for the best personal injury attorney for your case. When you work with Board Certified Accident Attorney Mark Anderson, you pay no fees upfront. You owe us nothing until we help you…Read Post
How Often Do I Need To Come To My Injury Lawyer’s Office?
When dealing with a personal injury claim, you will have many tasks taking up your time. You may have to see a doctor multiple times a week. You may wonder how often you need to go to your lawyer’s office….Read Post
What if the Police Officer Didn’t Write a Report After My Accident?
You should always dial 911 after a car accident. The police will respond, and they should complete an accident report. But what happens if the officer doesn’t write a report after your accident? Read below to learn what your next…Read Post
Anderson Injury Lawyers’ Mark Anderson Named Texas Super Lawyer 2020
Mark Anderson has been selected as a 2020 Texas Super Lawyer! This annual selection is a multiphase process that involves peer nomination, research and peer evaluation. Researchers for Super Lawyers compile the list of nominees and a blue-ribbon panel of…Read Post