What Evidence Makes a Successful Personal Injury Claim?

Personal injury cases require evidence. The more evidence there is to support your claim, the more likely you will obtain the compensation you deserve. Evidence cuts down on the “he-said-she-said” arguments and helps judges and juries understand ...

The Deadliest Roads in Texas

Texas is the second biggest state in the US and has more highway miles than any other state. It is not the most dangerous—that dubious prize goes to California and Florida. Yet, a study last year reported in the Texas Monthly showed that 10 percent...

Car accident in which car ran into home injures pregnant woman

A car accident can happen at anywhere at any time. People who head out on the road as drivers, bicyclists, motorcyclists or pedestrians might not think about the prospect of being in a crash with injuries and fatalities, but the possibility is always...

Alleged drunk driver rear-ends vehicle killing pregnant woman

When there is a car accident in Texas, there is always the chance that it will result in severe injuries and even death. Some of these accidents happen due to situational factors that cannot be controlled such as the weather or an unforeseen circumst...

Survey: calls from work can lead to being a distracted driver

Texans who are in a car crash should be cognizant of the variety of reasons that could have been the cause. Because a car accident can lead to significant medical expenses, lost time at work, major issues for the injured person and his or her family,...

“Infotainment” increases chances of being a distracted driver

Texans are aware of distracted drivers and the damage they can cause. Recently, new laws and enforcement have been part of the process of trying to reduce texting and driving and taking part in other distracting behaviors, mostly with smartphones. Ho...