Personal Injury Blog

What Is the Safest Type of Motorcycle?

Motorcycle accidents come with high rates of serious injury and death. While there is plenty bikers can do to increase safety on the roads, motorcycle safety actually begins long before you hit the pavement.  If you are considering purchasing your first motorcycle, or if you are a current motorcyclist looking to lessen your chances of… read more

Right of Way Laws in Texas

“Right-of-way” is one of the very first things new drivers should learn about when obtaining a license. Still, many drivers forget or fail to realize there are right-of-way laws in Texas. Continue reading to learn about the several right-of-way laws in Texas and the potential consequences of failing to yield the right-of-way. What Does “Right… read more

How Long Does It Take To Get a Personal Injury Settlement Check in Fort Worth, TX?

After suffering an injury at the hands of another, you’ll likely want to pursue compensation for your losses. Whether your case settles with or without the need to file a lawsuit, you’ll look forward to receiving your settlement money. One of the most commonly asked questions regarding personal injury settlement is, “How long does it… read more

How Long Does It Take to Settle an 18-Wheeler Accident Case?

Thousands of people are injured or killed in 18-wheeler accidents each year. Roughly 70% of those individuals are occupants of other vehicles. Tragically, large truck accidents cause devastating injuries for accident victims, which results in significant financial losses, pain, and suffering. Waiting for a final settlement for an 18-wheeler accident can seem to take forever…. read more

Why All Motorcycle Riders Should Wear a Helmet Camera

It is hard to go anywhere in public these days and not be on camera. Video cameras capture your movements in banks and retail stores. They might snap your photograph if you try to run a red light. If you have a run-in with the police, you will appear on the officer’s body-worn camera or… read more

What Is Vehophobia?

You can sustain numerous injuries when you are involved in a car accident. Physical injuries are common. However, you may also experience emotional distress and mental anguish. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a common condition accident victims may experience, especially when they are involved in catastrophic car crashes. However, any level of collision could result… read more

Dog Bite Statistics Per Breed

According to the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), more than 4.5 million people sustain dog bites every year in the United States. Injuries from dog bites can range from small cuts and wounds to serious lacerations and even death. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control reports that upwards of 800,000 people receive medical attention each… read more

What Happens If You Don’t Accept a Settlement Offer from the Insurance Company?

If you were involved in a car accident or other personal injury accident, you might be anxious to settle your claim to cover your medical bills and lost wages. However, there are times when your personal injury lawyer may recommend not accepting the current settlement offer from the insurance company. Here is what you need… read more

What Should You Do If You Are Hit While Driving Someone Else’s Car in Texas?

A car accident while driving someone else’s car raises questions about liability that do not arise when you are driving your own car. Texas is an “at-fault” auto insurance state, meaning that injured people can file third-party insurance claims and lawsuits against the at-fault driver.  Can I Drive Another Person’s Car Without Risking Additional Liability? … read more

What are My Options After an Accident with a USPS Mail Truck in Texas?

After California, Texas has the most United States Postal Service workers delivering mail across the state. This means there are a lot of USPS mail trucks on the roads, both in residential and commercial areas.  More trucks means more opportunities for delivery truck accidents. If you’ve been injured in an accident with a USPS mail… read more