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Automobile Accidents

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Can I Sue the Government for My Car Accident?


Texas is an at-fault state for car accidents. In an at-fault state, you must prove that the other driver or another party caused the collision to recover compensation for injuries from that party. Therefore, if another driver caused the accident, you would sue that driver. If a defective car part caused the accident, you would sue the parts manufacturer. However, what happens when your car accident involves a government entity or agency? You call a Read more . . .


Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Car Accident Victims Beware: Know Your Statute of Limitations


How long do I have to file a personal injury claim after my car accident in Texas?

A case out of Texas should serve as a reminder to all car accident plaintiffs of the importance of filing early. A Texas appeals panel recently held that a car accident plaintiff lost her right to pursue damages against a tire company because the suit, while filed timely, was not served within the statute of limitations against the defendant. This case illustrates the harsh stance that the law takes on untimely claims. Anyone injured in a Read more . . .


Friday, March 23, 2018

Handling Your Medical Bills After a Car Accident in Texas

Even if your car accident is relatively minor, it is still a good idea to seek medical attention. Sometimes serious injuries may not appear right away. You also may not fully appreciate how severe your damage actually is. Keep in mind that you should also consult a Texas..


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Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Drunk Drivers Continue to Claim Lives in Texas


What damages could I receive if a drunk driver injures me?

An innocent person was recently killed in a drunk driving accident in downtown Houston.  The accident occurred in the early morning hours.  A suspected drunk driver in an SUV ran a red light at an intersection and collided with a car attempting to cross traffic.
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Saturday, December 23, 2017

Common Types of Bone Fractures in Automobile Accidents

Car crashes are devastating. The sheer force of two or more vehicles colliding with each other or with a stationary object can cause the body to absorb tremendous bone-shattering shock. The force will be even greater and the negative impact on the body more severe if the vehicles were moving at a high speed.

In some instances, the force of impact is enough to throw a person out of the vehicle if he is not wearing a seatbelt or send the vehicle rolling.


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Friday, December 8, 2017

What Is My Texas Personal Injury Case Worth?


How much could I receive for my pain and suffering caused by the car accident?

If you have been injured in a car accident in Texas, you may have sustained a variety of financial losses.  The car accident could have cost you tremendously in medical expenses, time off work, and pain and suffering.  Determining the precise value of your personal injury case is complex.  Our Read more . . .


Monday, November 20, 2017

Woman checking on her Disabled Vehicle Hit, Killed by Motorist on Texas 114


Tips on Avoiding Injury Following a Highway Breakdown

A Fort Worth woman was killed when she was hit by a vehicle while she was checking on her disabled car on 22 September, 2017. The accident occurred at about 9p.
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Sunday, November 12, 2017

Recreational Marijuana May Drive Up the Rate of Car Accidents


Could car accident rates increase if Texas approves recreational marijuana?

With several states across the nation moving towards the approval of recreational marijuana, more studies are being released concerning the potential impacts of marijuana usage on public safety.   One such study has found an alarming link between the legalization of recreational marijuana and car accidents.  Our Texas automobile accident lawyers discuss the potential impact of marijuana use on automobile accident rates and your rights if injured by a drugged driver.
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Monday, August 28, 2017

Do I Have a Personal Injury Case?

Can I sue for a car accident?

If you have been injured in a serious accident, you have likely wondered whether you are entitled to receive compensation for your injuries.  Your right to sue after a car accident, slip and fall, or other severe accident is not automatic; rather, you must meet certain legal criteria to have a viable personal injury claim.  You can begin analyzing your right to sue by considering the following three factors:

  1. Did you suffer personal injuries?

    To bring a personal injury lawsuit in addition to or instead of an insurance claim, you need to have suffered a personal injury.


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Tuesday, August 22, 2017

What is my Personal Injury Case Worth - Determining Damages in Texas Auto Accidents

If you’ve been injured in an automobile accident, you probably have lots of questions.  Unraveling who is responsible for what damage and then figuring out how much that damage cost can be a maddening affair.  And while there is no set formula or equation the courts use to determine the amount of damages, there are a handful of factors that they usually consider, including:

  • Medical expenses
  • Property damage
  • Lost income
  • “Non-economic” damages

Medical Expenses and Property Damage

One of the easiest steps in calculating damages from an accident is tallying up the bills.


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Saturday, August 19, 2017

Reason For Afternoon Motorcycle Accident Unknown, One Severely Injured

What You Must Know if you are Involved in a Motorcycle Accident With a Municipal Vehicle

On the afternoon of June 30 in San Angelo, Texas, there was a traffic collision that appeared similar to many others.  A motorcyclist and her passenger were out for a ride on a 2002 Honda; that Honda ended up underneath of an F-150. Thankfully, although the rider had to be flown to Dallas for emergency medical care, her condition is now stable and she is recovering; her passenger suffered only minor injuries and declined treatment at the scene of the collision.  The officers that responded conducted a preliminary investigation into


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