Motor Vehicle Accidents

Distracted Driving Laws in Texas

Posted in Driving Safety Tips,Motor Vehicle Accidents on March 29, 2021

Texas drivers have a responsibility to follow all traffic laws and operate their vehicles safely. To uphold this standard of care, motorists must keep their eyes, mind, and hands-on the act of driving at all times. Unfortunately, not all drivers follow these rules, engaging in dangerous and risky behaviors while they are supposed to focus… read more


What Evidence Do You Need After a Car Accident?

Posted in Motor Vehicle Accidents on March 9, 2021

Texas, like most states, follows a fault-based system for car accidents. If you are in a collision that someone else caused, you may be eligible to receive full compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. To secure this compensation, you will likely need to file a claim with the at-fault driver’s… read more


Mistakes to Avoid When Negotiating a Car Accident Settlement

Posted in Motor Vehicle Accidents,Personal Injury on March 2, 2021

In Texas, thousands of people suffer injuries in car accidents each year. Since the state follows a fault insurance system, these victims have the right to collect compensation for their injuries if another driver is responsible for the accident. To secure this compensation, however, these victims will likely need to negotiate with an insurance adjuster…. read more


What to Do After a Car Accident to Help Your Injury Claim

Posted in Motor Vehicle Accidents,Personal Injury on February 23, 2021

The moments after a car accident can feel overwhelming. You may have severe injuries, be concerned about the safety of your passengers, and worry about the state of your vehicle. You may also worry about how you will be able to pay for the losses you endured in the crash, such as treatment for injuries… read more


Steps to Take After a Car Accident in Texas

Posted in Motor Vehicle Accidents,Personal Injury on February 18, 2021

If you are in a car accident in Texas, you may be eligible for compensation. Texas is a fault state for car accidents, meaning that drivers who cause collisions are financially responsible for their victims’ damages. You can recover this compensation through an insurance claim or personal injury lawsuit. While each pathway to compensation involves… read more


Is Texas a No-Fault State for Car Accidents?

Posted in Motor Vehicle Accidents on December 9, 2020

In the United States, state insurance laws dictate how to handle car accident claims. Some states follow a fault-based system where the driver responsible for the accident must pay for the victims’ damages. Other states follow a no-fault system, where each individual driver must purchase personal injury protection insurance in case of a collision, regardless… read more


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