Monthly Archives - December 2020

What to Expect if You File a Texas Personal Injury Claim Without Legal Representation

What to Expect if You File a Texas Personal Injury Claim Without Legal Representation

There is a common misconception that working with a lawyer is something that is only attainable for the elite and the wealthy. The reality is that anyone has the opportunity to obtain legal counsel after an injury accident when the attorney you work with operates on a contingency basis. Working on a contingency basis means that you don’t pay your attorney unless they win your case for you and secure your financial compensation. Even though the fees that will [...]

Recovering from a Head-On Collision in Texas

Recovering from a Head-On Collision in Texas

Texas is home to many roadways that do not have a physical median separating the lanes of vehicles traveling in opposite directions. This type of roadway design, combined with distracted or reckless driving, can become a recipe for catastrophic car wrecks. Head-on collisions most commonly take place on these kinds of roads when the at-fault driver veers across the center median and collides with a vehicle coming from the other direction.  Recovering Compensation after Head-On Accident Recently, there was a report [...]

Who Is Liable in a Texas Trucking Accident?

Who Is Liable in a Texas Trucking Accident?

Determining who is liable following a trucking accident can be much more difficult than it is with typical motor vehicle crashes. Large trucks are not always owned by their drivers — or even the company for which they are hauling freight. This means that many parties can be potentially at-fault for the collision.  Some typical parties include the truck driver, the owner of the truck and trailer, the company that leased the truck or trailer, and even the manufacturer of [...]

Who Is Liable in a Texas Trucking Accident?

What Are the Most Common Truck Accident Injuries?

If you have been involved in a car rash, you probably understand what to expect from insurance companies and the other driver. However, truck accidents are an entirely different type of case.  Because of the large size of commercial trucks, resulting injuries are often much more complicated and severe than typical car accidents.   Common Injuries in Semi-Truck Accidents When a passenger car collides with a large truck, a vehicle that weighs anywhere from 2,000 to 4,000 pounds is being hit by a [...]

Houston Oilfield & Refinery Accidents Can Be Deadly

Who Can You Sue for Oilfield Accident Injuries?

When you are injured on the job due to an oil rig explosion or accident, there are a few options to take when seeking financial compensation for your injuries. The most common way is to file for worker’s compensation. Workers’ comp in Texas can provide benefits that cover medical bills and a portion of your lost income.  However, as many know too well, these benefits are often not enough to meet the needs of those who have suffered from life-changing [...]