Is There a Cap on Damages in Personal Injury Cases?
- posted: Sep. 19, 2022
Texas law provides a way for parties who were injured as a result of another person’s negligent or reckless actions to recover damages in court. Unfortunately, Texas state law also Read More
Proving That Another Driver Texting Caused Your Accident
- posted: Sep. 12, 2022
Drivers have an obligation to take reasonable steps to avoid accidents, and that includes keeping their attention on the road. If another driver was distracted by answering or typing a Read More
Can You Sue a Driver After an Accident if You Were Their Passenger?
- posted: Sep. 05, 2022
If you were a passenger in a car that was involved in an accident, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. This is true even if the person Read More
What Is an Expert Witness and How Can They Help Your Injury Claim?
- posted: Aug. 29, 2022
Expert witnesses can make or break a personal injury case. Whether the injury was caused in an automobile accident, during surgery or some other incident, it is likely that an Read More
What Is the Minimum Amount of Liability Coverage You’re Required to Carry in Texas?
- posted: Aug. 22, 2022
Every state requires drivers to carry automobile insurance. Under the Texas Transportation Code, drivers must be able to prove that they can be financially responsible for any accident that they Read More
Understanding the Auto Accident Case Settlement Process and Timeline
- posted: Aug. 15, 2022
When you’ve been injured in a car accident, your priority must be obtaining medical assistance and attending to your recovery. Next, your focus should turn to protecting your rights in Read More
Texas Drunk Driving Accidents Have Increased Since 2020
- posted: Aug. 08, 2022
Drunk driving accounts for hundreds of deaths on Texas roads every year. Unfortunately, the problem has only gotten worse. The Texas Department of Transportation reports that DUI deaths related to Read More
Understanding Texas’s Modified Comparative Negligence Rule
- posted: Jul. 25, 2022
Texas uses a modified comparative fault system in personal injury claims. This means that if you were injured but were partially at fault for the accident, you can still recover Read More
Filing a Wrongful Death Action in Texas: Who Can Collect Damages?
- posted: Jul. 18, 2022
A wrongful death occurs when someone dies as a result of another person's or entity's neglect, carelessness, unskillfulness or the nonperformance of a duty. In Texas, wrongful death can also Read More
Can You Recover Damages in a Pedestrian Accident if You Weren’t Using the Crosswalk?
- posted: Jul. 11, 2022
Pedestrians have the right of way when crossing the street in a crosswalk with a pedestrian control signal displaying “Walk” or when facing a green signal that is not a Read More
How Important Is it to Go to the Doctor After Sustaining an Accident Injury?
- posted: Jul. 04, 2022
Car accidents are a leading cause of injuries and deaths in the United States. While some accidents are minor and result in little more than a few scratches, others can Read More
How Is Your Compensation Amount Calculated in Personal Injury Cases?
- posted: Jun. 27, 2022
If you’ve been in any kind of accident, one of the biggest concerns you might have is how to get compensation for your injuries. Medical bills, lost wages, car repairs Read More
Why You Should Consult a Lawyer Before Accepting an Insurance Company’s Settlement Offer
- posted: Jun. 13, 2022
If you’ve been in a car accident, you might be contacted by the other driver’s insurance company with an offer to settle. This could be tempting, especially if you need Read More
When Is a Drunk Driver Not at Fault in an Accident?
- posted: Jun. 06, 2022
If you’re injured in a car accident and the other driver was impaired by alcohol or drugs, it may seem like that driver will automatically be held responsible for the Read More