Car Accidents

How Do Police Investigations of Fatal Car Accidents Work in Fort Worth?

Sadly, thousands of people die in car accidents each year. In 2022, Texas reported 4,481 traffic deaths. A person was killed about every two minutes in car accidents that year.  Car accidents occur every day in Fort Worth. The state reports 13,401 traffic crashes in Fort Worth during 2022, including 114 fatal crashes.  Law enforcement… read more

Can a Car Accident Cause a Hernia?

Fort Worth car accidents can cause many injuries. Common injuries in car crashes include traumatic brain injury, broken bones, back injuries, and neck injuries. Severe car crashes can cause catastrophic injuries, such as spinal cord injuries, internal organ damage, and amputations.  Some car accident injuries might not be apparent immediately after the car accident. A… read more

Who Is At Fault in a Chain Reaction Car Accident in Texas?

On busy highways in Texas, the effects of one car colliding with another often do not stop with just those two vehicles. Other vehicles can suffer damage, and their occupants can suffer injuries in a chain reaction accident. Obtaining compensation can present a challenge for innocent bystanders who are not involved in the initial collision… read more

A Guide To Understanding Back Injuries After a Car Accident 

Car accidents can turn life upside down in an instant. The screeching tires, the sudden impact, and the jarring force happen so quickly. Amid such chaos, our bodies often bear the brunt of the collision’s energy. The hard hits lead to various injuries.  Among the most common and debilitating are back injuries. This guide emphasizes… read more

10 Worst Celebrity Car Accidents

Celebrities capture the public’s attention but not always because of their on-screen acting or performance on the playing field. Like any other person, celebrities are susceptible to injuries, including those sustained in a car crash. Despite the popular perception of celebrities as people who engage in needlessly reckless behavior, not all car accidents involving celebrities… read more

How Long After a Car Accident Can You File a Police Report in Texas?

After a car accident in Texas, it is easy to overlook things you need to do. Between reporting the crash to your insurance company and trying to make arrangements for a rental car, you might forget to report a minor car accident to the police. In this blog post, our Fort Worth car accident lawyers… read more

What Are the Dangers of Running a Red Light in Fort Worth?

It’s late at night. You think you are the only car on the road, and you come across a red light. You’ve had a long night, and you can’t wait to get home. How bad could running one red light really be? Running a red light – even if you think no one else is… read more

What To Do if Someone Files a Fort Worth Car Accident Claim Against You

Texas is considered an “at-fault” state for car insurance claims. That means that after a crash in Fort Worth, drivers are free to pursue claims against each other to recover money damages. If someone has recently filed a Fort Worth car accident claim against you, you might wonder what your legal rights and options are…. read more

The 12 Most Common Causes of Car Accidents in Fort Worth, TX

Texas drivers get into a lot of crashes. In 2021, Texas had over 425,000 traffic accidents, according to the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT). This includes all car accidents, including multi-vehicle collisions and crashes involving pedestrians, cyclists, animals, and fixed objects. Statistically, most crashes only have a few causes. Texas only recognizes 77 contributing causes… read more

Pros and Cons of Uninsured Motorist Coverage

If you suffered injury or property damage in a car accident caused by someone else, you have two potential insurance options for compensation: collect from the at-fault driver’s insurance policy, or collect from yous. Purchasing uninsured motorist coverage (UIM) is a way of making sure your own insurance will cover your losses even when the… read more