Car Wrecks

Witnessing a Car Accident

Witnessing a Car Accident in Texas

A few minutes ago, you were driving along without a care in the world. But then the unthinkable happens: you witness a car accident right in front of you.  Your first thought: “If I left for work just a second earlier, that might have been me!” Your next thought: “I hope nobody got hurt!” And…

Uber & Lyft - Rideshare Accident Lawyer

What you need to know about Ridesharing Accidents – Lyft & Uber Accident Lawyer

Rideshare apps revolutionized the travel industry and made it easier to get around major cities. However, traveling by car remains a safety issue whether you’re driving or relying on a rideshare company like Uber or Lyft.  What do you do if you end up in a ridesharing accident? If it’s straightforward or there’s minimal damage,…

Distracted Driving

Multitasking While Driving

What Does Multitasking While Driving Mean?

The dangers of distracted driving have been known since the dawn of the automobile. No matter how coordinated you think you are, there’s no excuse for messing with your phone or tablet while you’re behind the wheel. Don’t believe us? No need to trust our opinion—trust the data instead.

Texas ban texting and driving

Frequently Asked Questions about the New Law in Texas Banning Texting and Driving

In September of 2017, Texas became the 48th state to ban texting while driving. The ban on texting and driving was enacted in response to the devastating impacts people in Texas have suffered as a result of distracted driving. For example, in 2016, Texas saw approximately 500 deaths and over 3,000 injuries from auto, truck…

Insurance

First-Party vs Third-Party Insurance Claims

First-Party vs Third-Party Insurance Claims Explained

When you’re involved in an accident, it can be confusing to know how the insurance coverage will work. Who is at fault is often a determining factor of whose insurance will pay – whether it will be a first or third-party claim – but the outcome isn’t always straightforward.  Read on to learn more about…

At-Fault Driver wont Contact Insurance

What if the At-Fault Driver Won’t Contact Insurance Company?

It’s a nightmare. You get into a car accident, and the at-fault driver won’t contact insurance. What do you do? Who do you call? It can be a frustrating thing to deal with. Thankfully, you’re not at a total loss.

Lawyers

How to fire lawyer

Can I Fire My Lawyer? Everything You Need to Know

Whether you’re caught in a legal battle and fighting for your rights after a car accident, or for your job in an employment issue, a good relationship with your lawyer is a must. If you find that you don’t feel as though you can trust your lawyer, worry that he or she may not have…

Motorcycle on Road with Texas Motorcycle Law Caption

Texas Motorcycle Laws: Everything You Need to Know

Texas is known for its motorcycle culture. With long stretches of open road and countless different terrains, it is a great destination to bring your motorcycle. Before you take to the open road, you need to know Texas’ motorcycle laws. Below we have detailed everything you need to know to safely and legally ride your…

Personal Injury

Treating neck and back pain after a car accident

Treating Neck and Back Pain After a Car Accident

Getting out of a car accident alive without any major traumatic injuries (broken bones, burns, head injuries) will make you think the accident wasn’t so bad. After all, you survived, and your insurance company likely covers your vehicle. However, what do you do about neck and back pain that develops over time and starts to…

Hiring a personal injury lawyer

Hiring the Best Personal Injury Lawyer: Questions & Reviews

Are you wondering, “Is it a lot of work to hire a personal injury attorney?” The truth is, no, it is not. However, hiring a lawyer is a personal task. You often have to divulge information to your lawyer that you may not want to share. That is why it is so vital to hire…

Product Liability

keyless ignition

The Dangers of Keyless Ignitions

Imagine this scenario. You’re a mother of three children. You arrive home from the grocery store, pull into the garage, shut the garage door behind you, hit the off button on your keyless ignition (you think), unload the kids and groceries, and head inside. Nothing to be afraid of there, right? Well, what if your…