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Comparative fault explained or can I bring a lawsuit if I was partially at fault for an accident?

Every day in the greater Houston area there are numerous car accidents and often they involve very serious injury or a fatality. Sometimes a car wreck happens because one driver was negligent and he or she was the sole cause of the accident. (more…)

Tips for Choosing an Auto Accident Injury Attorney

Selecting an auto accident injury attorney is not as complex as some would have you believe. Many sources of referral exist to aid your effort in locating a reputable incompetent auto accident attorney. (more…)

Why Personal Injury Victims Need To Stay Off Facebook

Personal injury victims should stay off of social media such as Facebook during the pendency of a personal injury claim. There are many reasons, and some are set forth below. (more…)

Can I Fire My Personal Injury Attorney

We receive calls frequently from personal injury victims who are seeking to change attorneys for one reason or another. About 99% of the time, the problem involves communication gaps between the personal injury attorney and the client. (more…)

What you need to know about hospital liens

Texas has a hospital lien law that enables hospitals to recoup some of the money that they are out by treating persons that are injured in an accident who don’t have insurance or the ability to pay for the healthcare. (more…)

What is a Deposition?

More and more first laundry claims are ending up in litigation, primarily due to the failure of the state of Texas to regulate claims handling practices by insurance companies. Part of the litigation process is a “deposition” which is sworn testimony by the person being questioned. (more…)

Can I Make A Personal Injury Claim If I Am Partly At Fault?

Texas has a very unique method of apportioning fault between participants to an accident. The statutory method is called “comparative responsibility” and is a pretty fair way of distributing fault after an accident. (more…)

Why Insurance Companies Don’t Want Personal Injury Victims to Hire Attorneys

In over 30 years in private practice as a personal injury attorney, have seen literally thousands of personal injury claims. And some of the most egregious conduct I have seen on behalf of insurance adjusters seeking to convince the victims not to hire counsel involve the most serious of the injuries. (more…)

Why is Texting So Dangerous While Driving

While most individuals know that drinking or speeding will create the potential for an automobile crash, studies have shown that more of the populace needs to be aware of the dangers of texting while driving. (more…)

What is the Texas Good Samaritan Law

In legal terms, a “good Samaritan” refers to an individual or regular citizen that renders aid to another person during an emergency. One example of this is rushing in and offering to help when witnessing an automobile crash.


How Much Space You Need Between Cars at Highway Speeds?

Many people are aware that there should be enough space between the cars in front of you in order to create a safety zone in the event that an emergency stop must be made. (more…)

How to Find Out About Recalls

For many vehicle owners, awareness is often made on tire safety, fuel efficiency, and overall maintenance of the automobile. However, many drivers are not aware that vehicle recalls should also factor into ensuring car safety and should be checked for on a regular basis. (more…)

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