5 Things You Need to Know About Going to the Emergency Room After a Car Accident

When a person is seriously injured in a car accident it is very common for them to be taken to an emergency room for treatment. While it might seem straightforward, what happens at the emergency room can greatly impact a case should that person decide… read more

Who Are Plaintiffs and Defendants in a Personal Injury Case?

In personal injury cases, there are two sides: the plaintiff and the defendant.  The plaintiff is the party that brings the lawsuit in the first place. They argue with evidence and witness testimony that they have been injured by another party’s negligent or intentionally harmful… read more

Can I Sue My Doctor for Negligence?

We trust our doctors to take care of our health and to cause no harm. If you suffered an unexpected injury during the course of medical treatment, you might be asking if you can sue your doctor for negligence.  Medical negligence suits can be emotionally… read more

What Are Your Legal Options if You Hit a Bike Rider While Driving?

Having a collision with a bicyclist is a terrifying experience for you as a driver. It can be incredibly dangerous, even deadly, for the cyclist. In these types of accidents, it is crucial that you respond quickly. Your first priority should always be the personal… 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

Everything to Know About Diminished Value Accident Claims

There are several things to think about after getting in a car accident. Even once necessary repairs are made, your vehicle likely will not be worth as much as it was before the collision. This means your vehicle has what’s called a diminished value. A… read more

What To Do if You Suffer from Whiplash Injuries After a Car Accident

Whiplash is a commonly reported injury after car accidents. Symptoms may appear immediately after the accident, or they may take hours to days to manifest. The symptoms might initially be minor, but they can increase in intensity over time. What is Whiplash? Whiplash is an… read more

Average Neck and Back Injury Results from Car Accidents

According to the Texas Department of Transportation, in 2019, someone was injured in a car accident every two minutes and three seconds in Texas. That number translates to 256,338 people injured in motor vehicle accidents during 2019. Some of those car accidents likely involved neck… read more

What Happens When Your Vehicle Gets Towed After a Car Accident?

When a car is undriveable after an accident, it must be towed from the scene. Sometimes, this is done at the direction of the car owner if he or she is at the accident scene and is uninjured. Sometimes, this is done at the direction… read more

Who is Responsible in an Accident Involving a Rental Car?

Being involved in a car accident is stressful under any circumstances. However, when a rental car is involved in a car accident, a personal injury claim can become complicated.  The other parties involved in the car crash are not interested in protecting your best interest…. read more

Spinal Disc Extrusion and Protrusion After a Texas Accident

Car accidents and falls can result in a variety of back injuries and spine injuries. A common injury caused by car wrecks and falls is a herniated disc. Herniated discs should be taken seriously, as they can worsen and become debilitating without medical treatment. What… read more

Neurological Issues From a Car Accident

Many injuries are immediately apparent after a car accident. Victims are immediately aware of broken bones, burns, amputations, paralysis, and head injuries. A puncture wound or bleeding wound is easy to identify.  However, some car accident injuries are not immediately known. Neurological injuries often do… read more

How to Handle Your Medical Bills After a Car Accident

Medical bills after a car accident can total hundreds of thousands of dollars. Even if your medical bills are not quite that high, it can still be difficult to pay tens of thousands of dollars for medical treatment. Most people do not have the cash… read more

How to Get the Most Money From a Car Accident

Getting the most money from a car accident is nothing to be ashamed of because you deserve just compensation after being injured by another person. You deserve to be compensated for your financial losses, physical injuries, and emotional suffering. However, the insurance company does not… read more