Being involved in any kind of accident can be devastating and emotional. Fortunately, Texas personal injury laws allow accident victims to pursue financial compensation for their injuries.
Getting injured in a negligent accident can be an emotional and unsettling experience. Unfortunately, a lot of accident victims are unable to figure out the next steps to take in order to seek financial compensation for their injuries.
One of the most common questions my clients ask me at our initial meeting is, “How much is my personal injury case worth?” I respond by advising them that the value of a claim always depends on several factors which are unique in every case.
If you have been injured in a car accident, you have medical bills you may not be able to pay, especially if your injuries have kept you from working. The situation can be stressful. All you want to do is get the bills paid and move on. That can make the first offer proffered by the insurance company to settle your claim extremely tempting.
When you suffer injuries in an accident and do not have insurance, you may wonder if there are any options for getting your medical bills covered. In most cases, accident victims need to begin the treatment immediately to increase the chance of a desirable outcome in their recovery.
Being injured or suffering a work-related illness can be overwhelming and intimidating for any worker, whether you are an office, construction, or industrial worker.
Most of the time when you think about a car accident, you think about a vehicle hitting a fixed object or two or more vehicles colliding. In Texas, however, you also need to think about accidents caused by animals in the roadway.
Every time we get into a vehicle, we expect it to be safe to drive or ride in. We know there is the possibility of being injured in a car accident, but we rarely think that a defect in some part of the car will cause it.
In 2020, the state of Texas saw an increase of 7.54% in motor vehicle accident fatalities, with one person dying every two hours and fifteen minutes based on reported accident data. Such numbers demonstrate there are far too many accident victims, no matter how big the state of Texas is.
According to statistics from the Texas Department of Transportation, there were 474,549 total traffic crashes statewide in 2020. Traffic accidents in Texas often result in minor to severe injuries, property damages, or sometimes death