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Importance of Witness Statements in Accident Claims

Posted in Personal Injury on July 28, 2021

When filing an insurance claim or lawsuit after a Texas accident, there are a number of facts you will need to prove. You will need to establish that the at-fault party owed you a duty of care, breached that duty of care, and injured you as a result of his or her actions. There are… read more


5 Ways Social Media Could Affect a Personal Injury Case

Posted in Personal Injury on July 14, 2021

Social media is an important part of many people’s lives. Each day, millions of users post pictures, updates, and videos on various networks, often sharing personal information with friends and followers. If you have a pending personal injury case, however, it is very important to be careful while posting on social media. Any posts that… read more


Who Can I Sue for Injuries Caused by a Defective Product?

Posted in Personal Injury on July 7, 2021

When we purchase a product, we trust that the manufacturer, distributor, and retailer performed their due diligence to ensure the item is safe to use. Unfortunately, some products contain dangerous defects—leading to serious, debilitating injuries. If you are injured due to a defective product, you may have grounds to file a lawsuit. When Would a… read more


How Can a Pre-Existing Condition Affect an Injury Claim?

Posted in Personal Injury on June 30, 2021

If you are injured due to someone else’s actions, you could file an insurance claim or lawsuit against the at-fault party. Through this claim, you can recover compensation for the losses you suffered due to the accident, such as medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. However, if you have a pre-existing condition, seeking… read more


Does Not Wearing a Helmet Affect a Motorcycle Accident Claim?

Posted in Motorcycle Accident on June 23, 2021

Motorcyclists who are injured by motor vehicle drivers may have grounds for a lawsuit or insurance claim. Texas is a fault insurance state, meaning that at-fault drivers must pay for the damages of their victims. However, failure to wear a helmet can affect your ability to recover this compensation, even if the other driver caused… read more


What to Do After a Pedestrian Accident in Texas

Posted in Pedestrian Accident on June 16, 2021

Texas drivers have a responsibility to drive safely, which includes following all traffic laws and remaining aware of pedestrians on the road. Unfortunately, not all drivers are careful around others on the road, leading to serious collisions and severe injuries to pedestrians. If you are in a pedestrian accident in Texas, you may have grounds… read more


Safety Tips for Bicyclists and Pedestrians

Posted in Bicycle Accident,Pedestrian Accident on June 9, 2021

For many Texas residents, walking or cycling from place to place is a convenient and affordable mode of transportation. Unfortunately, bicyclists and pedestrians are often at risk of an accident with a motor vehicle. Because a car is much larger and heavier than the average person, these collisions can be devastating. However, there are steps… 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


Workplace Accident Without Workers’ Compensation: Texas Non-Subscriber Employer

Posted in Personal Injury,Worker compensation on May 26, 2021

If you are injured at work, you can face significant hardship. You may need to pay for extensive medical care, lose weeks of wages, or be unable to return to your previous position at all. In many cases, Texas employees have the right to file a workers’ compensation claim to recover benefits that can help… read more


Suffering a Car Accident With an Uninsured Driver in Texas

Posted in Motor Vehicle Accidents on May 17, 2021

After a Texas car accident, you may be eligible for financial compensation. Since Texas follows a fault-based system after collisions, you could file an insurance claim or personal injury lawsuit against the driver responsible for the accident. Unfortunately, not all drivers comply with the state’s car insurance laws. If you are in an accident with… read more