Car Accident

Car Accidents Caused by Weather Conditions

Posted in Car Accident on July 5, 2022

Many car accidents occur due to negligent driving, defective vehicle parts, or poorly designed and maintained roads. However, one factor contributes to a significant number of collisions: inclement weather conditions. Car accidents caused by weather conditions like rain, fog, or snow can be very dangerous and result in extensive damages. If you are involved in… read more


Can You Get Whiplash from a Side Impact Collision?

Posted in Car Accident on July 5, 2022

A side impact occurs when one vehicle collides into the side of another, often caused by a failure to follow traffic laws and drive safely. These collisions can severely injure the occupants of either vehicle, especially the car that suffered the impact. Whiplash is one of the injuries that can result from a side impact… read more


The Difference Between Negligent and Reckless Driving

Posted in Car Accident on May 24, 2022

Car accidents are unfortunately common in Texas. These collisions can occur for a variety of reasons, from distracted driving and failure to yield the right of way to aggressive and reckless driving. There is a significant difference between negligent and reckless driving. If you are involved in a motor vehicle collision, it is important to… read more


Car Seat Requirements in Texas

Posted in Car Accident on May 24, 2022

If you have a child in the car, it is important to use the right car seat. Children’s car seats help keep smaller occupants safe when driving in a vehicle and may offer protection during a collision.  Texas requires parents and guardians to use age and size-appropriate car seats until a child reaches a certain… read more


What Are the Seat Belt Laws in Texas?

Posted in Car Accident on March 29, 2022

When traveling in a motor vehicle, it is important to always wear a seat belt. These restraints significantly reduce the risk of death in the event of an accident, preventing vehicle occupants from being thrown around the vehicle or onto the road.  If you are driving in Texas, you will need to be aware of… read more


Who Is At-Fault in a T-Bone Accident?

Posted in Car Accident on February 25, 2022

T-bone accidents are unfortunately common. These collisions occur when one vehicle crashes into the side of another car. A t-bone accident can be devastating, often resulting in severe injuries for the drivers and passengers involved. Because Texas is a fault car accident state, victims of t-bone collisions have the right to pursue an insurance claim… read more


How Dangerous Is Texting While Driving?

Posted in Car Accident on January 25, 2022

To drive safely, motorists need to focus their full attention on the road. Any distraction that takes the mind, eyes, or hands off the act of driving can be extremely dangerous. Unfortunately, many drivers engage in distracted driving, focusing their attention on electronic devices instead of the road. Texting while driving is a particularly dangerous… read more


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