Texas Personal Injury Blog

Last Updated : July 27, 2022
Personal Injury
March 10, 2022
What Not to Say to an Insurance Adjuster

Accident victims often file insurance claims. It’s necessary to recover compensation for medical treatment, property damage, and other costs. Many people try to pursue a personal injury case without the help of a lawyer. Unfortunately, it’s a careless decision that can lead to an unfavorable outcome. Insurance adjusters use various tactics while handling insurance claims. […]

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Truck Accidents
March 1, 2022
What Are Truck Driver Training Requirements?

Anyone interested in becoming a commercial truck driver must apply for a commercial driver’s license (CDL). They must also complete a training program and multiple tests successfully. Having a thorough knowledge of operating procedures is necessary. Large trucks, such as tractor-trailers, are massive. They can be challenging to maneuver, especially in dangerous conditions. Truck drivers […]

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Car Accidents
February 20, 2022
Posting On Social Media After An Accident Can Hurt Your Claim 

So many of us live our lives online today. We share our ups and downs with friends, family, and the rest of the world. We allow people to join our triumphs and wallow in our misery. It is a means of feeling more connected to other people, even when we are thousands of miles away […]

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Personal Injury
February 10, 2022
How Texting While Driving Causes Truck Accidents 

By now, you have seen the ad campaigns and neon signs lighting up the interstate. Texting and driving is a deadly combination. Yet, if you think texting and driving a car is dangerous, consider the implications of texting while driving a commercial truck. Truck accidents are uniquely devastating when they’re involved in accidents. It is […]

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Car Accidents
February 1, 2022
What Documents Do I Need for My Car Accident Claim? 

Being involved in a car accident is a traumatic event. You can be physically injured and mentally shaken up. Unfortunately, the car accident claims process can’t wait until you get your life back on track. Coping with your injuries and the stress of navigating an accident claim can be stressful and challenging. Thankfully, the Texas […]

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Personal Injury
January 20, 2022
Four Ways to Prevent Truck Accidents

According to the Texas Department of Transportation, there were 32,462 crashes involving commercial motor vehicles (CMV) in Texas in 2020, including 513 fatal crashes contributing to 581 fatalities. Accidents involving 18-wheeler trucks or other large commercial vehicles are often far more severe in terms of destruction and lethality. Therefore, every driver should do their best […]

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Car Accidents
January 10, 2022
Common Mistakes People Make After an Accident

Car accidents never happen at convenient times. Rarely is anyone prepared with a checklist of things to do immediately after an accident. Unfortunately, that means people often make mistakes that can impact their ability to receive full restitution for the accident when the crash was someone else’s fault. Here are common mistakes that happen after […]

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Car Accidents
January 1, 2022
How to Read an Accident Report

If you were involved in a car accident in Texas, the investigating officer will complete a detailed and very important report called the Texas Peace Officer’s Crash Report (Form CR-3). This report contains a trove of information about your accident. It is a key piece of evidence that insurance companies and lawyers use to determine […]

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Car Accidents
December 20, 2021
Five Ways to Prevent a Car Accident

Accidents happen. Anyone can find themselves involved in a collision with another motor vehicle, pedestrian, bicyclist, or motorcyclist. You could cross paths with a careless driver and suffer injuries if you can’t get out of their way. It might seem like preventing a car crash is nearly impossible. However, there are some tips you can […]

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Car Accidents
December 10, 2021
How to Measure Shared Fault in a Car Accident

If you were involved in a car accident someone else caused, you could pursue compensation. However, if you file a lawsuit and the jury determines your actions contributed to the crash, they could reduce your financial award by your percentage of shared fault. Even if you know another driver was speeding or otherwise behaving negligently, […]

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