Car Accident

The 5 Most Dangerous Driving Holidays

Posted in Car Accident on January 4, 2022

Motorists have a responsibility to drive safely. Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs is not only highly illegal in Texas, but it is also extremely dangerous and puts everyone on the road at risk of an accident. Unfortunately, intoxicated driving is more common on certain days of the year compared to others. Certain… read more

What Happens if I’m in an Accident with a Fire Truck?

Posted in Car Accident on November 29, 2021

Car accidents happen every day on Texas roads. In most incidents, these collisions occur between passenger vehicles operated by private citizens. In some cases, however, accidents involve governmental vehicles, such as police cars, public transit, and fire trucks.  If you are in an accident with a fire truck, you may wonder what to do next…. read more

How to Deal With the Insurance Company After a Car Accident

Posted in Car Accident on October 20, 2021

Under Texas law, negligent drivers are responsible for paying for their victims’ damages after a car accident. To secure compensation after a collision, you can file a lawsuit or an insurance claim against the at-fault motorist. Most car accident cases begin in the insurance stage before progressing to a lawsuit if necessary. If you plan… read more

Can You Recover Compensation For Delayed Injuries in a Car Accident?

Posted in Car Accident on October 20, 2021

Car accidents can happen at any time, in any place, to anyone. Although some collisions result in painful, serious injuries that require immediate medical attention, most car accident victims only experience minor forms of damage. However, these seemingly minor injuries can be deceptive.  Delayed injuries can develop in the days or even weeks after a… read more

Are You Suffering From PTSD After a Car Accident?

Posted in Car Accident,Personal Injury on October 20, 2021

A car accident can result in many types of injuries. Broken bones, bruises, cuts, and whiplash often occur after these collisions. However, not all car accident injuries are physical. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a mental health condition that develops after a person experiences a scary, shocking, or dangerous event, is also common among car accident… read more

Lack of Evasive Action in a Car Accident in Texas

Posted in Car Accident,Driving Safety Tips on June 2, 2021

As drivers, we have a duty to uphold all applicable traffic laws and operate our vehicles safely. Since Texas is a fault insurance state, any driver who causes an accident must pay for the damages of any injured victims. Many factors can contribute to these accidents, from inclement road and weather conditions to negligent driving… read more