Houston Personal Injury Blog

Costco Slip and Fall Injury Claims

Attorney Brian White stands up for the rights of those in Houston who suffer injuries in slip and fall accidents at Costco. With over a decade of experience in personal injury law, he has the knowledge to protect clients’ rights and get you the compensation you deserve after your accident. Costco is a big box… read more

Target Slip and Fall Injury Claims

Attorney Brian White has been helping victims of slip and fall accidents in Houston get the compensation they deserve for more than a decade. He is fearless in standing up to big corporations like Target to get clients the help they need after an accident. Target has 1,828 stores across the nation, and the city… read more

Walmart Slip and Fall Injury Claims

Attorney Brian White knows standing up to large corporations such as Walmart requires determination and a commitment to getting clients the compensation they need. For over a decade, Brian White has helped those injured in slip and fall accidents at Walmart get justice and has earned a track record of success in getting fair settlements… read more

When to File a Workers Non-Subscriber Lawsuit in Texas

If you recently suffered a work-related injury, you may be able to file a claim that will compensate you for your medical bills, pay for your lost wages, and address other costs of your rehabilitation and recovery. However, your avenue for recourse will depend on whether your employer carries workers’ compensation coverage. The Workers’ Compensation… read more

Filing a Jones Act Claim in Texas

The Jones Act is a federal statute that provides a unique avenue of recourse for injured sea workers. Since these workers are not eligible to collect workers’ compensation benefits through Texas’ state-regulated system, sea workers can collect benefits to address their occupational injuries by filing a Jones Act claim. If you sustain an injury while… read more

Workers’ Compensation Claims vs. The Jones Act

If you suffered harm in the workplace, you may be eligible to file a claim to pay for your medical bills, compensate for your lost wages, and more. Your avenue for recourse will depend on the nature of your workplace, its level of coverage, and even the industry you work in. Here’s what you need… read more

Bad Faith and Third-Party Insurance Claims in Texas

Most individuals who file personal injury claims within the state of Texas will have to deal with insurance companies at some point. Whether you sustained an injury in a car accident or from using a defective product, most claim payouts come not from the defendant, but from his or her insurance company. Unfortunately, some insurance… read more

Suing For Emotional Distress After an Accident in Texas

If a recent accident due to another person’s negligence left you injured, you may be able to collect compensation for the full extent of your injuries. Personal injury claims consider many types of injuries aside from the physical. The emotional aspects of an accident can be just as damaging to your psyche as physical injuries… read more

How to File an Accident Claim in Texas With AAA

If you suffered harm in a car accident recently, your first avenue of recourse will be filing a car insurance claim to compensate for damages. Insurance law differs from state to state, and each company may have unique policies when it comes to accident reporting and filing claims. To get insight and information on your… read more

How to File an Accident Claim with Esurance

If you or a loved one recently suffered an injury or damage in a car accident, one of the first steps you will take is filing a car insurance claim, so you can receive compensation for any damage. Texas law allows victims of negligence to collect compensation from an at-fault driver’s insurance policy, but you… read more