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How is Fault Determined for a Four-Way Stop Crash?

Four-way stops create a major dilemma for many people, especially drivers with less experience behind the wheel. Those who ignore or are unsure about their state’s right-of-way laws may confuse other drivers in the intersection, which could lead to a… Read More

Can I File a Claim for Chronic Pain After a Car Crash?

Chronic pain is a debilitating medical condition that some crash victims may experience for a long time, or permanently, after a car crash. While treatments address the underlying causes and help with pain management, this condition can completely alter… Read More

Why You May Need to Keep a Daily Journal About Your Injuries

Validating any car crash claim is challenging, particularly when victims seek compensation for long-term damages and pain and suffering. There are concrete ways to prove the value of economic damages, such as medical costs or lost wages. The value of… Read More

Protecting Kids From Cars While Trick-or-Treating

Halloween is a fun night of dressing up the kids and taking them out trick-or-treating. However, it is important to recognize that a lot of other things are happening that night as well. Drunk drivers coming home from parties, people playing pranks, and… Read More

Challenges of Linking a Head Injury to a Car Crash

Head injuries are common after a car crash. Accident victims who suffered a head injury due to another driver’s negligence should be able to recover compensation for their damages. This includes medical expenses for things like MRIs and CT scans. Unfortunately,… Read More

Is it Okay to Discuss My Car Crash Claim Publicly?

Discussing the details of your claim publicly may help bring awareness to your situation. Some people do this to try and prevent others from suffering the same injuries. However, it may not always be a good idea to discuss your claim publicly, such as… Read More

Can a Driver Who Was Eating While Driving Be Liable for a Crash?

Drivers should operate their vehicles safely to avoid an accident. This includes avoiding distracted driving. Most people only think about cell phones as a form of distraction. But there are other behaviors that take a driver’s attention away from the… Read More

Can I File a Claim for Dental Injuries After a Car Crash?

Dental injuries are probably not the first kind of injury people think about when it comes to car crash injuries. However rare they are, though, dental injuries do occur in car accidents more often than people may think. Accident victims with these types… Read More

Who May Be Liable for a Crash Involving Farming Equipment or Vehicles?

While rare, accidents involving agricultural vehicles like tractors or other farming equipment can occur, especially in more rural areas, like some parts of Texas. These accidents can often result in devastating injuries or even death.   If you were… Read More

What Are My Options if the At-Fault Driver Claims Brake Failure?

When a driver causes a crash, he or she may try to avoid liability by making claims that would defer fault to another party. For example, claiming his or her brakes failed before the collision. Unfortunately, this could negatively impact when and if you… Read More