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Can an Inaccurate Police Report About a Crash Be Corrected?

When police respond to the scene of an accident, part of the officer’s job is to note who is involved in the crash, whether the drivers have insurance and whose negligence caused the collision. Some other details may also be necessary, depending on the… Read More

Can a Vehicle’s Black Box Be Used as Evidence?

Most modern vehicles have a black box similar to the ones on airplanes and ships. These black boxes are used to gather information that could help determine what caused a car crash. However, getting the data off the box could be difficult, especially… Read More

Who May Be Liable for a Low Tire Pressure Accident?

If you were injured in a crash due to low tire pressure, there may be several parties who are liable for your damages. Your legal options for pursuing compensation generally depend on who is financially liable. Our Fort Worth-area auto collision attorneys… Read More

Can I Recover Compensation for a Neck Injury After an Accident?

Neck injuries are some of the most common types of ailments caused by car accidents. The seriousness of these injuries can range from minor to major, and the costs for treatment can become expensive. If you suffered a neck injury in a crash, you may… Read More

Why is Attorney-Client Privilege Important to My Injury Case?

If you are injured in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, you may be considering working with an attorney to pursue maximum compensation for your damages. While you may have heard of attorney-client privilege, you may not know how it can… Read More

Legal Services For Injury Victims

Texas personal injury cases can encompass a wide variety of claims. This area of law covers incidents as varied as car accident claims, catastrophic injuries, improperly prescribed medications and wrongful death claims. Even after being involved in an… Read More

Who May Be Liable for a T-Bone Collision?

A T-bone collision is one where the side of a vehicle is impacted by the front of another. These collisions are sometimes called side-impact or broadside accidents. Determining liability for these types of crashes may require looking at several factors,… Read More

Pursuing Compensation for a Burn Injury After an Accident

Burn injuries in a crash are common and can be anywhere between mild or severe. The costs of medical care to treat these injuries may be high, especially if you require transportation to the hospital from the scene of the crash. If you suffered a burn… Read More

Who May Be Liable for a Crash With an Off-Road Vehicle?

Recreational vehicles that are not meant to be on the highway can cause a real headache for other drivers who are sharing the road. This is especially true if the off-road vehicle causes an accident. If you are injured in an accident involving an off-road… Read More

Filing a Car Insurance Claim After a Single-Vehicle Crash

When there is only one vehicle involved in a collision, recovering compensation for damages may be more complex. Proving liability could be more difficult – another driver may have caused you to crash but that driver’s car did not suffer damage, so it… Read More