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How Someone’s Driving Record Might Affect an Injury Case

The driving record of one or both drivers involved in a crash may affect the outcome of an injury claim, depending on who caused the crash and why the crash occurred. It is important to note that Texas is an at-fault state, which means that you may only… Read More

Common Mistakes Injury Victims Make That Hurt Their Claims

The steps you take between the moment an accident occurs and the moment you file a claim matter a great deal. Taking the appropriate steps can help you to protect the value of your claim and maximize compensation. But if you have never been in an accident… Read More

Is the Car That Rear-Ends Another Always at Fault?

When one vehicle crashes into the back of another, determining fault for the accident is usually straightforward, since the driver who was in the rear vehicle is usually found to have been speeding, distracted or tailgating. However, there are some scenarios… Read More

Understanding Interrogatories in a Personal Injury Case

One of the first steps in the discovery process after filing a lawsuit is the submission of interrogatories. These are written questions asked by each party to the lawsuit that must be answered in writing under oath. The questions can be complicated to… Read More

How Can an Accident Reconstruction Expert Help My Claim?

A car accident reconstruction specialist is someone with high-level knowledge of a variety of subjects that may be helpful in determining the cause of an accident. Your lawyer may want to consult this type of specialist if you were injured in an accident… Read More

What Evidence May Be Used to Prove a Red Light-Running Crash?

Running a red light is one of the most dangerous traffic infractions and one of the most preventable. When a person drives through a red light, he or she is putting multiple people at risk of serious or fatal injuries. If you were injured by the actions… Read More

Can I File a Claim if Someone Hits My Parked Car?

Parking lot accidents are more common than many people think. According to a recent report, roughly 20 percent of auto collisions occur in parking lots, which accounts for about 50,000 accidents per year in the U.S. If your parked car was hit by someone… Read More

Can Dashcam Footage Be Used in an Injury Claim?

Determining fault for some accidents may be more complicated than it is for others and could require more evidence to prove who caused the crash. For example, dashcam footage may provide strong proof of the cause of a crash and/or the other driver’s negligent… Read More

How Pregnancy May Affect Your Car Accident Injury Claim

Roughly 200,000 pregnant women are involved in police-reported auto accidents every year in the U.S. For many of those women, the injuries suffered in the accident are not just their own. Their unborn children may also be injured. If you or a loved one… Read More

Who May Be Liable for Damages in an Accident with a Stolen Vehicle?

Injury claims for accidents involving stolen vehicles may be complicated cases due to the confusion over who may be liable for damages. There are laws barring liability for vehicle owners, with some exceptions. Let our knowledgeable Fort Worth auto accident… Read More