The world seems rife with incorrect information. Information pertaining to car accident claims in Texas is no exception. Knowing the facts is important if you have been or ever end up in a vehicular crash.
The Merriam-Webster Dictionary definition of “fault” (applicable to auto insurance) is “responsibility for wrongdoing or failure.” In Texas, who bears the responsibility for an auto crash dictates the entire claims process.
People involved in car accidents are often asked a lot of questions after the incident. Law enforcement may ask a series of questions and take your statement. Emergency responders may ask questions about your injuries and medical history.
According to the 2018 Texas Motor Vehicle Traffic Crash Facts by the Texas Department of Transportation, single-vehicle crashes resulted in about 1,291 deaths statewide in 2018. Single-vehicle accidents are traffic crashes that involve just one vehicle. If you were involved in a single-vehicle accident, you may be entitled to recover damages for your injuries.
According to the 2019 Texas Motor Vehicle Traffic Crash Facts by the Texas Department of Transportation, in 2019, there were about 73 fatalities in motor vehicle traffic crashes involving drivers under the influence of alcohol in Houston, Texas. If your loved one was killed by a drunk driver, you have the right to pursue compensation.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that 13 million Americans are potentially at risk for chemical exposure at work. Even in environments where chemicals and toxic substances are not used in the course of business, chemical exposure can arise from everyday objects like thermostats, old paint, and outdated plumbing.
Each day across the U.S., more than 1,000 people require emergency medical care because of a serious dog bite injury. On average, over 14,000 dog bite victims are hospitalized each year. In the 15-year period ending in 2019, 521 citizens in the U.S. have died from dog attacks.
Medical malpractice is the third leading cause of death in the U.S. According to a Johns Hopkins University study, medical errors and negligence are responsible for the death of over 250,000 individuals in the United States every year. A doctor's oversight can lead to...
Major product liability cases make national headlines, such as Tylenol’s cyanide-laced pills or metal shards in Takata airbags. But every day, thousands of products, large and small, fail because they’re defective. And thousands of people are injured or killed as a result.