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Helpful Information

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 a sworn statement by the person being examined. (more…)

Why You Need to Learn CPR

Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation, often simply known as CPR, is a skill that can be utilized to save a life and has done so for countless years. (more…)

What is Colossus? And what’s it got to do with my injury claim?

Colossus is a computer program that was designed to streamline, modernize and control personal injury case assessments. It is a program that accumulates some of the insurance companies data and uses it to “evaluate” a personal injury claim. (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…)

Treating 3rd Degree Burns

A burn can cause skin or tissue damage due to a very heated material, such as a hot object, fire, chemical spill, or other hazardous component.   In addition, a burn can be the result of anything from a kitchen accident to the result of an unbridled fire. (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…)

What You Need to Know About Head Injuries

According to research conducted by MedlinePlus, presented by the National Institute of Health, a head injury can be defined as “any trauma to the scalp, skull, or brain.” (more…)

Motorcycle Safety Tips

According to Motorcycle Accident.org, the U.S. Department of Transportation National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has indicated that motorcycles are 35 times more likely to be involved in a deadly accident on the roadway than individuals that are in passenger vehicles. (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…)

Selecting a Car Seat for Your Child

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, motor vehicles are considered the leading cause of death amongst children in the United States. (more…)

The Most Common Causes of Automobile Accidents

Despite the advances in automobile technology and overall vehicle safety strides, automobile accidents unfortunately still happen. According to the World Health Organization, about 1.24 million individuals will die each year because of traffic crashes, be it on the highway or roadways. (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.


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