Personal Injury Blog
Fort Worth, TX Truck Lane Restrictions
Jason Stephens | February 10, 2022 | Truck Accidents
As you drive on the interstates around Fort Worth, TX, you will see signs that say “No Trucks Left Lane.” Traffic engineers call these “managed lanes,” and they improve safety, reduce road maintenance costs, and speed up traffic. Here is an overview of truck lane restrictions in Fort Worth, TX, and how they affect accident… read more
Do You Have to Wear a Motorcycle Helmet in Fort Worth, TX?
Jason Stephens | February 7, 2022 | Motorcycle Laws
Riding a motorcycle is a great way to beat the traffic in the Metroplex or enjoy a warm, sunny Texas day. But if you’re planning to ride a motorcycle in Fort Worth, you need to be aware of the state’s motorcycle helmet laws. While you may opt out of wearing a helmet if you meet… read more
Should You Replace Your Car Seat If You Were in an Accident?
Jason Stephens | February 2, 2022 | Car Accidents
Car seat technology has come a long way in the past couple of decades, and now, infants and toddlers riding in proper car safety seats may emerge from a severe car accident almost unscathed. Car seats are designed to take the brunt of the impact and shield the tiny passengers from harm. But, after an… read more
What is Lane Splitting?
Jason Stephens | January 28, 2022 | Motorcycle Accidents
Lane splitting refers to a practice that motorcyclists use to move through traffic, often traveling along the stripes separating lanes or weaving around vehicles traveling within the same lane on multi-lane roads and highways. When lane splitting, a motorcyclist travels between lanes of traffic along a lane’s divider marks. The practice is also called “white… read more
What to Know About Fort Worth Car Accident Reports
Jason Stephens | January 25, 2022 | Car Accidents
A police accident report can provide valuable information for your insurance claim. The accident report can verify all of the facts you include in the claim. It may even include the investigating officer’s opinion about who caused the car accident. In Texas, all traffic accident reports go to a central database maintained by the Texas… read more
Can You Sue in Fort Worth For A Car Accident If You Are Not Hurt?
Jason Stephens | January 20, 2022 | Car Accidents
Have you been involved in a car accident in Fort Worth, Texas? Texas is an at-fault state. If you’re injured in a car accident due to another driver’s negligence, you can seek compensation for your medical bills and other losses by filing a claim with the insurance of the negligent party. Alternatively, you can file… read more
4 Things You Didn’t Know About Semi Trucks
Jason Stephens | January 17, 2022 | Truck Accidents
We’ve all seen them—the big, lumbering giants of the interstate. They carry our goods across the state lines. And because of them, our grocery shelves are (almost) always stocked. But how much do we really know about semi trucks? For starters, you may not have known that the modern semi truck first hit America’s roads… read more
Emotional and Mental Issues After a Fort Worth Car Accident
Jason Stephens | January 14, 2022 | Car Accidents
Your car accident can trigger emotional and mental symptoms in addition to physical pain. And just as you can seek compensation for physical injuries, you can also seek compensation for mental and emotional injuries. Just keep in mind that you will need evidence to support a claim for mental or emotional injuries. How Emotional and… read more
More Fatal Truck Collisions in Dallas-Fort Worth Area, Experts Say
Jason Stephens | January 11, 2022 | Truck Accidents
If it seems like there are more fatal truck collisions on the road lately, you’re not imagining it. According to a recent report in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, fatal car accidents involving commercial trucks have surged in Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex in the last two years. The combination of staggering growth in the D-FW area and… read more
How to Handle Your Medical Bills After a Fort Worth Car Accident
Jason Stephens | December 23, 2021 | Car Accidents
Generally, you are responsible for paying for your medical bills after a car accident. That is the case even if you may not have been responsible for causing the car crash. However, if another driver was at fault for the accident, you may be able to receive reimbursement for medical expenses by filing an insurance… read more