Rear-End Collisions: Causation, Physics & Injuries

Data compiled by the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration shows that rear-end collisions consistently make up about 30% of crashes on America’s roads. This makes them the most common form of car accidents. Rear-end collisions also result in about 30% of the injuries caused… read more

Three-Car Accident: Who Pays?

In the state of Texas, a reportable automobile collision occurs roughly once per minute. When a car accident happens, establishing legal fault is important. This helps to ensure that victims receive the compensation that they are rightfully due. The process of determining legal fault for… read more

What Happens If I Get into a Car Accident While Pregnant?

Auto accidents are always frightening and potentially dangerous. The hazards are even more pronounced for expectant mothers who have been involved in car accidents. Not only do they run the risk of injury for themselves, but their growing baby also faces risks from the collision…. read more

Herniated Disc C4/C5 and C5/C6 Injuries

Herniated cervical disc injuries are common in car accidents. It is important to understand that herniated discs are different from soft tissue injuries – though they may come with soft tissue injuries as well. They are more serious, more complex, and often, more difficult to… read more

How Tailgating Causes Accidents and How to Stop It

Every year, more than one million rear-end car accidents occur in the United States. In those car accidents, thousands of drivers and passengers are injured and killed. A significant percentage of those rear-end accidents are the result of tailgating, or, driving too close to the… read more

Car Insurance Companies Filing for Bankruptcy – How Do I Recover?

If another driver is responsible for causing your car accident, you can recover compensation for damages and injuries by filing an insurance claim with the driver’s liability insurance carrier. Texas requires that all drivers carry minimum amounts of liability coverage if they cause a car… read more

Who Is Liable in a T-Bone Car Accident?

Side-impact crashes are often referred to as T-bone accidents because the cars form a “T” when they collide. The front of one vehicle strikes the side of another vehicle from a “T” shape. The nickname does not adequately describe the potential damage that can be… read more

How Long After a Car Accident Can You Claim Compensation for Your Injuries?

After a car accident in Texas, you must file a personal injury claim within two years. In most cases, this two-year statute of limitations will be easy to meet. However, under very specific circumstances, Texas law will allow you to file a claim after the… read more