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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

Can I Pursue Compensation for Internal Injuries After a Crash?

One common cause of car accidents is internal injuries. These can be some of the most dangerous types of injuries accident victims may experience, especially if you do not seek out immediate medical attention. If you suffered internal injuries after… Read More

Can I Recover Compensation After a Rollover Car Accident?

Rollover accidents can result in serious injuries or death. A thorough investigation typically follows these crashes to help determine the cause of the rollover and who may be liable for damages. If you were injured or lost a loved one in a rollover… Read More

Should I Get a Second Medical Opinion on My Car Crash Injuries?

One of the most important steps an injury victim can take after an accident is to seek out medical attention. A proper medical evaluation can reveal the extent of your injuries so they can be stabilized, and treatment can begin. If you disagree with… Read More

Can Uninsured Texas Drivers Still Pursue Compensation After a Crash?

Motor vehicle insurance is required by law in Texas. Drivers must carry a minimum of $30,000 for bodily injury liability and at least $25,000 for property damage liability. Drivers who fail to meet these minimum standards could face financial penalties. But… Read More

Dangers of Shared Scooter and Bike Use

Shared scooters and bikes are becoming increasingly common in urban settings when navigating traffic in a car could be more difficult. The ridesharing aspect of these vehicles also makes them convenient for people who do not drive or own a car. Unfortunately,… Read More

Factors That May Help Determine Liability in a Truck Hitch Failure Accident

If the hitch on a truck comes loose, the trailer that the hitch is holding could cause a serious accident resulting in catastrophic or fatal injuries. Victims injured in a truck hitch failure accident may be eligible for significant compensation. Depending… Read More

Can a Driver Be Liable for a Crash While Using Hands-Free Technology?

Texting and driving is one of the leading causes of motor vehicle accidents in the United States. In 2020 alone, more than 3,000 people were killed by distracted drivers who were using their cell phones, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation. Hands-free… Read More

What Evidence May Be Used to Prove Drowsy-Driving Caused a Crash?

Proving a driver was drowsy or sleeping and caused a collision has its challenges, but it is not an impossible task. Especially if you have a legal expert on your side who can help investigate the accident and gather the necessary evidence. Call our… Read More