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Will My Houston Personal Injury Claim Include Compensation for Pain and Suffering?

- Charles Argento

After a car crash, truck collision, or premises liability accident, or another personal injury in Texas, you may face costly medical bills, lost wages, and out of pocket expenses that are immediately overwhelming. While medical bills and lost wages are tangible economic damages that can be calculated using simple math, it can be difficult to […]

Can Video Footage Help Build My Houston Personal Injury Claim?

- Charles Argento

At Charles J. Argento, our experienced personal injury attorney in Houston provides our clients with the legal guidance and skill they need to build an effective case that allows us to pursue success inside and outside the courtroom. In doing so, we examine each potential evidentiary element that will allow us to hold the negligent […]

The Universal Insurance Company Approach to Injury Claims: Demand. Delay. Devalue.

- Charles Argento

At Charles J. Argento, our personal injury attorney in Houston understands how much we all count on our insurance coverage to make us whole when something goes wrong. We carry coverage on our homes, our health, our vehicles, and other property just in case something bad happens because it was designed to protect us and […]

Can I Afford To Hire A Personal Injury Lawyer in Houston, Texas?

- Charles Argento

Personal injuries can occur during a car or truck accident, medical malpractice, on public, private, or government-owned premises, and even at work when negligence is part of the equation.  When our Harris County residents are injured because of another person or party’s negligent actions — or inactions — they are often confused about where to […]

Getting the Most Out of Your Houston Car Accident Settlement

- Charles Argento

Our Houston personal injury attorney, Charles J. Argento & Associates, has secured significant car accident settlements for our clients and will continue to seek the maximum financial recovery for each injury victim we represent throughout the State of Texas. Before we can begin fighting for our clients’ rights to pursue the best outcome available for […]

Startling Increase In Drunk Driving Arrests During Decreased COVID-19 Operations

- Charles Argento

Driving while intoxicated charges dipped during the six-week period when restaurants and bars were closed as a result of the COIVD-19 business closures and stay-at-home order throughout the State of Texas. After a 50% decrease in the number of DWIs during the lockdown, Harris County drivers are returning to their previous negligent ways, with the […]

Understanding the Phases of Houston Personal Injury Claims

- Charles Argento

If you have been hurt in a car or truck accident or were blindsided by a negligent drunk driver, your life is going to look very different than before the collision occurred. You have already sought medical care, and are attending all follow-up, rehabilitation, and therapy appointments to ensure your injuries are healing properly in hopes […]

How Long Does a Texas Personal Injury Lawsuit Take to Produce Results?

- Charles Argento

Our Houston personal injury attorney, Charles J. Argento, knows there is nothing normal about getting seriously hurt — or losing a loved one — because of another person, party, or company’s negligence. Accidents with injuries are often devastating, and the financial fallout overwhelming, leaving families throughout the State of Texas reeling from collisions, defective products, […]

Houston Personal Injury Attorney Representing Clients During Our Stay-At-Home Order

- Charles Argento

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect the health and well-being of communities across the country, Houston’s Stay-At-Home Order has been extended to April 30, 2020, to help our city do its part in slowing the virus in Texas. While movements have slowed throughout the State, our Houston personal injury attorney, Charles J. Argento, understands […]

What Is the Statute of Limitations on Houston Personal Injury Cases?

- Charles Argento

All states have imposed legal limits on the amount of time individuals have to file a lawsuit in civil court. Personal injury cases in the State of Texas are a form of civil lawsuits that typically fall under a two-year statute of limitations, with some accidents requiring action in less time, depending on the circumstances […]

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