Personal Injury Blog

I’ve Been Hurt in a Motorcycle Accident – Do I Need a Lawyer?

Motorcycle accidents can be some of the most traumatic traffic-related incidents. Not only can they cause physical injury, but the mental and emotional impact of a motorcycle accident can be devastating. Dealing with a motorcycle accident’s aftermath can be a headache, especially if you’re already experiencing severe injuries or financial strain. While hiring an attorney… read more

What Are the Highest-Paid Types of Lawyers?

Like any profession, law practice has various subsets and divisions, and exactly how much a lawyer earns will depend on their area of expertise. Some lawyers earn hundreds of thousands of dollars per year, while others sit well below the six-figure hallmark of the fictionalized lawyers we see on screen.  For decades, the media has… read more

Is A Motorcycle Really Worth the Cost?

Sixteen percent of traffic fatalities in Texas involve motorcyclists. Given that motorcycles only make up a small percentage of the types of vehicles in Texas, they are heavily overrepresented in fatalities. Riding a motorcycle is fun, exhilarating, and sometimes an economical means of travel, but are they worth the risk? The Risk of Riding a… read more

Texas Laws for Underage Drivers

Texas has a system of graduated driving privileges that gives teen drivers more freedom the older, and more experienced behind the wheel, they become. Those under 18 are subject to passenger restrictions and curfews in an attempt to allow them to gain experience while limiting accidents. Texas Graduated License System The two-stage system begins when… read more

2 People Drown in Weekend Swimming Pool, Lake Accidents In North Texas

Two separate drowning incidents in North Texas cut two lives short over the weekend.  The first drowning happened Saturday at a west Arlington pool. Sixty-three (63) year old Merritt Anderson died around 6:00 p.m. at an Arlington Hospital. The Tarrant County medical examiner’s office ruled the death an accidental drowning. The second drowning occurred on… read more

Herniated Disc C4/C5 and C5/C6 Injuries

We often take for granted our spinal column. The bones in our spine protect the spinal cord from injury. Spinal cord injuries can result in loss of sensation and movement. However, the bones of the spine and the spinal discs can also sustain an injury. When these vital components of our spinal column sustain damage,… read more

Tracey Michelle Brewer Sadly Dies in Tarrant County Accident

On July 22, 2020, Tracey Michelle Brewer of Fort Worth died in a traffic accident. A vehicle struck Ms. Brewer at the 5700 block of East Rosedale Street. She died from her injuries.  The Fort Worth Police Department continues to investigate the crash. They are searching for a 2008 to 2011 Chevrolet Silverado with big… read more

Fort Worth Driver Accused Of Running Stop Sign Faces Manslaughter Charge in Death

On April 18, 2020, police in Fort Worth responded to a traffic crash at West Waggoman Street and Frazier Avenue at 4:14 in the afternoon. Jakyra Adams is accused of running a stop sign and speeding when the accident occurred.  The car wreck killed a passenger in the other vehicle, 19-year-old Gabrielle Wiggins of Fort… read more

9-Year-Old Dies in Hospital Days After Fort Worth Car Accident, Police Say

The Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office is reporting that a 9-year-old boy died from blunt-force head trauma after a tragic car accident. The child was from Edgecliff Village. He was riding in a car that crashed around 2:50 a.m. on July 21, 2020. The vehicle was traveling westbound on Interstate 20 when the driver lost… read more

Two Killed In Fiery Traffic Accident on I-20 Identified as Parker County Residents

A traffic accident on I-20 on August 1, 2020, claimed the lives of two Parker County residents. The car accident occurred just before 9:30 Saturday night, about 13 miles west of Weatherford. The vehicle was traveling east on I-20 when it suddenly left the road, hit a tree, and burst into flames. State Troopers with… read more