Houston Personal Injury Blog
Houston Community Event: Back-Pack To School Project
Brian White | August 15, 2022 | Events
Attorney Brian White Personal Injury Lawyers hosted the Back-Pack to School Charity Event on Saturday, August 6, 2022. We are pleased to announce that the event was a huge success! The Attorney Brian White team packed a U-Haul full of brand-new backpacks, school supplies, and hygiene products and delivered them to the deserving students at… read more
How Long Should I Wait Before Going to a Chiropractor After a Houston Car Accident?
Brian White | August 12, 2022 | Car Accidents
If you believe you were injured in a car accident, seek immediate medical attention. You may need to go to the emergency room or urgent care facility to receive care or determine the extent of your injuries. Even without an apparent injury, it’s a good idea to see a doctor. You might also choose to… read more
Window Tint Laws in Texas
Brian White | August 11, 2022 | Texas Laws
Many vehicles on the road have some type of tint on the windows. Tinting vehicle windows helps protect them from heat and harmful rays. It can also reduce glare. However, there are restrictions on tinting vehicle windows in Texas. Rule 21.3 of the Texas Administrative Code sets the standards for privacy window devices for motor… read more
What Is a Commercial Vehicle?
Brian White | August 10, 2022 | Truck Accidents
There are several ways to define “commercial motor vehicle.” Section 621.001 of the Texas Transportation Code states a commercial motor vehicle is : A vehicle other than a motorcycle Used or designed to transport property or for delivery purposes Section 548.001 of the Texas Transportation Code states a commercial motor vehicle is a self-propelled or… read more
Delayed Concussion Symptoms
Brian White | August 7, 2022 | Brain Injury
A concussion happens when your brain suffers a mild injury. The injury causes the brain to swell, leading to physical, cognitive, and emotional symptoms. These symptoms will usually not kill you. But they can temporarily impair your ability to work or even meet your daily needs like showering and dressing. Below, you will learn about… read more
What Is CTE?
Brian White | July 27, 2022 | Brain Injury
The degenerative brain condition known as chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) is commonly observed in people who have had several traumatic blows to the head. CTE, once known as “punch drunk syndrome,” is closely associated with individuals who have experienced recurrent concussions. Understanding CTE CTE was once believed to be exclusive to boxers. However, over time… read more
Is Lane Splitting & Filtering Legal in Texas?
Brian White | July 26, 2022 | Motorcycle Accidents
One of the most stressful parts of driving any car is waiting in stopped or sluggish traffic. If you’re riding a motorbike, you could be wondering if you can squeeze your vehicle into the gap between slower vehicles and continue your journey. This is sometimes referred to as lane splitting. In other cases, you might… read more
Suffering a Ruptured Spleen in a Bike Accident Is Serious
Brian White | July 19, 2022 | Bicycle Accidents
Many individuals use bicycles as a form of transportation or for recreation or exercise. Unfortunately, there are many injuries that a person might suffer in an accident while riding a bike. While head injuries have received a lot of attention, and rightfully so, many other catastrophic injuries can occur. One of these is spleen damage,… read more
Vehicle and Driver Requirements For Uber and Lyft in Texas
Brian White | July 13, 2022 | Uber & Lyft Accidents
A common complaint about public transportation is the condition of the vehicles. The vehicles may be dirty, poorly maintained, and older. In addition, drivers may not be polite or friendly. The popularity of rideshare companies has given taxis and other public transportation options serious competition. In addition to the cost and convenience of rideshares, Uber… read more
5 Leading Causes of House Fires in Texas
Brian White | July 5, 2022 | Premises Liability
The numbers tell us that most house fires in Texas are preventable. Nevertheless, they occur regularly and leave extensive property damage, and sometimes human casualties, in their wake. By understanding how these blazes occur, you can help reduce the risk of one in your home. 1. Cooking It’s unfortunate that an activity virtually all households… read more