I was in an accident that broke my pelvis in several places and need more than one operation to be able to walk again. My husband was the driver and he was at fault for the accident. Can I sue him?

Yes, you may sue your husband for compensation for your injuries. In Texas, many insurance policies have an exclusion for claims made against family members. However, Texas courts have declared these exclusions invalid. You have coverage in the amount of the minimum automobile liability insurance limits, which is currently $30,000 per person.

Although these kinds of accidents are very awkward for those involved, it is often the only method you have at your disposal to recover compensation to pay for medical and other accident-related expenses.

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