Bradford Kvinta

Bradford Kvinta

  • Personal Injury, Collections, Employment Law...
  • Texas
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  • Personal Injury
  • Collections
  • Employment Law
  • Products Liability
  • Social Security Disability
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Texas
United States District Court for the Western District of Texas
Professional Experience
Attorney
Law Offices of Bradford Kvinta
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Assistant District Attorney
Bexar County Criminal District Attorney's Office
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Education
Texas Tech University School of Law
J.D. (2010)
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Texas A&M University - College Station
B.S. (2006) | Political Science
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Texas Lutheran University
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Professional Associations
State Bar of Texas # 24068235
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Current
Victoria County Bar Association
Board of Directors
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Websites & Blogs
Website
Kliem & Associates
Legal Answers
15 Questions Answered

Q. How do I go about change police report. A 18 wheeler hit them from behind. The office told my sister and husband it was
A: Contact an attorney. Your attorney can speak with the officer who wrote the report, who should then issue an amendment.
Q. my 3 year old child slipped and fell at a flea market into improperly disposed of raw sewage.
A: Any claim would likely be limited due to the minimal damages involved.
Q. Can I file a negligence case on a doctor for failing to diagnose me having stage 3 chronic kidney disease failure?
A: Talk to an attorney as soon as possible. Failure to diagnose cases in medical malpractice are difficult, but your attorney can evaluate your claim and help determine a plan of action.
Q. 3yr old son and grandma hit by a car in parking lot? What do I do as his mother?
A: Speak to an attorney as soon as possible. You, on behalf of your son, may have a claim, as well as grandma, against the driver. You need to keep a diary of what happened and the injuries sustained. Sorry you are going through this.
Q. I was injured in a slip and fall incident, my medical bills is around $4000 and I was offered $6700 I said yes,
A: If you have yet to sign a release, you could potentially still litigate the matter or renegotiate a better deal. Really depends on where you are in the process and what you did in small claims court.
Q. Had on the job injury and my employer doesnt have workmans comp.what can i do to get lost wages
A: We need more information on how the injury occurred. If there is no workers’ compensation insurance, then the company could be on the hook.
Q. Lost an eye in job related accident. How long is WC responsible for cost of replacement of my artificial eye?
A: We need more info on how the injury occurred. Your attorney can then determine if you’re entitled to additional compensation. Contact someone asap.
Q. If a 13 year old is volunteering ar a pound and he gets bit, can he come back at the age of 18 and Sue the City
A: The statute of limitations for minors wishing to pursue a cause of action generally begins at age 18. However, a claim could be brought sooner through a parent or guardian. You should first, however, speak to an attorney to determine if you have an actionable claim.
Q. My son was killed by a semitruck driver who was on the job when he ran a stoplight. Do I sue the driver, the truck's
A: Contact an attorney as soon as possible. There may be multiple defendants involved depending on the facts of the case, including those you mentioned.
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Contact & Map
5606 N. Navarro
Suite 209
Victoria, TX 77904
USA
Telephone: (361) 575-5291