What If No One Witnessed Your Work Injury?

If you get injured in a work-related accident, you may qualify for workers’ compensation and/or a settlement from a personal injury claim in Texas. A key piece of evidence used in most work injury claims is eyewitness accounts. If no one was around to witness your work injury, however, this does not mean that…

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What to Do After an 18-Wheeler Accident

If you get involved in an 18-wheeler accident in Texas, it can upend your life. This is a traumatic event that will most likely cause serious injuries and irreparable property damage. While it is normal to feel confused or overwhelmed after a commercial truck crash, it is important to take certain steps to prepare…

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Who Is Liable in a Texas Construction Zone Accident?

Construction zone accidents can be deadly for all involved. Construction is an inherently dangerous industry for workers in the U.S. There are certain mistakes and wrongful acts, however, that can increase the risk of a construction zone accident. Determining who is liable, or financially responsible, for a construction accident in Texas takes an investigation…

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Can I Sue the Truck Driver Who Caused My 18-Wheeler Accident?

Liability can be confusing in a truck accident claim in Texas. Unlike a typical car crash involving two passenger cars and their drivers, liability for an 18-wheeler accident does not always go to the truck driver. Complicated laws such as vicarious liability and federal statutes can apply to a truck accident case and make…

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[Study] The Most Dangerous Places for Pedestrians

On July 11, 2019, a driver struck two pedestrians in Jacksonville, Florida, killing one on impact and injuring the other. The driver had been under the influence and was doing 75 mph in a 25 mph zone. On April 17, 2019, a vehicle struck and killed a pedestrian in front of a San Antonio…

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Who Is at Fault in Most Motorcycle Accidents in Texas?

There are both similarities and differences between a standard motor vehicle accident and a motorcycle accident in Texas. One similarity is that the injured victim must determine fault before filing an insurance claim. One difference is that in a motorcycle accident, it is more common for a driver to try to blame the motorcyclist….

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What Are the Most Common Causes of Motorcycle Accidents in Texas?

If you are one of many people who ride a motorcycle in Texas, it is imperative to do what you can to reduce your risk of getting into an accident. According to the Texas Department of Transportation, the number of motorcyclist deaths has increased dramatically over the last couple of years in the state,…

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What Are the Main Causes of Pedestrian Accidents in Texas?

Pedestrian accidents are some of the most devastating types of collisions. They are often catastrophic or fatal for pedestrians, as the human body cannot withstand the impact of a large and heavy motor vehicle. In 2020, the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles reported 717 pedestrian deaths due to traffic accidents. If you walk or…

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How is Fault Determined When a Car Hits a Bicyclist in Texas

How is Fault Determined When a Car Hits a Bicyclist in Texas?

The injuries from a vehicle-bicycle collision can be immense, especially for the bicyclist. In Texas, the law requires accident victims to determine fault before they can file insurance claims to pay for their injuries and losses. Motor vehicle drivers are not automatically at fault for bicycle accidents. Instead, fault, when a car hits a…

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8 Steps To Take After a San Antonio Motorcycle Accident

Motorcycle accidents occur frequently on the roads and highways of Texas. Even with less traffic on the road in 2020, the Texas Department of Transportation reported a 17 percent increase in motorcyclist deaths compared to 2019. In 2020, 482 motorcyclists lost their lives and 1,856 were seriously injured in traffic accidents in Texas. If…

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