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Who May Be Liable for a Brake-Check Crash?

Heavy traffic can make many drivers angry, particularly when they get stuck behind drivers who travel well below the speed limit, cruise in the passing lane or drive too closely to other vehicles. Sometimes drivers engage in brake-checking to vent their… Read More

How is Liability Assessed for an Accident with an Autonomous Vehicle?

At some point in our lifetimes, we may see fully autonomous vehicles on the road. Even though we are not there yet, automakers continue to add self-driving features to their vehicles. When one of these vehicles is involved in a crash, those involved… Read More

Who May Be Liable for an Accident Caused by Winter Weather?

Winter storms caused numerous car accidents in Texas, including a 100-car pileup on Interstate 35. These crashes can be incredibly dangerous and raise the risk for those involved to suffer severe injuries. Victims of these crashes may be eligible to… Read More

Can I File a Claim if I Was Hit by an Unlicensed Driver?

There are laws both at the state and federal level meant to prevent or reduce the risk of accidents. This includes requiring drivers to possess a valid driver’s license before getting behind the wheel. Unfortunately, many people break the law and drive… Read More

Common Reasons a Personal Injury Settlement May Be Delayed

Personal injury claims are not resolved overnight. Although some delays are unavoidable, insurance companies often like to create delays on purpose to try to get injury victims to settle for less than the claim is worth. The Fort Worth car accident lawyers… Read More

Who is Liable for an Accident Caused by a Medical Emergency?

After an accident, the at-fault driver may deny fault and even try to pin the blame on another driver or some other factor. What happens when the at-fault driver claims he or she had a sudden medical emergency and that is what caused the crash? Below,… Read More

Filing an Insurance Claim After An I-35 Crash

In light of the recent, tragic multi-vehicle crash that took place on I-35 in Fort Worth on Thursday morning, many victims, injured motorists and their families may be contacted by insurance representatives in an effort to resolve their potential damages… Read More

Can I Still Recover Compensation if I was not Wearing a Seatbelt?

According to the National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration, more than 90 percent of Americans understand that wearing a seatbelt when traveling in a passenger vehicle is the safest choice to make. Unfortunately, many people still choose not… Read More

Can the Insurance Tracking Device in my Car be Used to Deny my Claim?

A lot of car insurance companies offer tracking devices drivers can install in their vehicles to potentially reduce their premiums. Essentially, these tracking devices reward drivers for safe driving. However, insurance companies are focused on their… Read More

Can I Still File a Claim if My License was Expired?

In Texas, the insurance company of the at-fault driver is the one that pays for any injuries or property damage after an accident. This means that even if your driver’s license was expired at the time of the crash, you should still have the legal right… Read More