Being involved in a car or truck accident can be a life-altering event. Not only is there the possibility that you have sustained serious, life threatening injuries but you also have to think about the amount of money it will take to replace the car that was damaged in the wreck as well as the amount of emotional turmoil that comes along with being involved in an accident like. If you have been injured in an automobile accident in Texas, you need an accident attorney who will work overtime to help you get the compensation you deserve. Contact the Law Office of Alex Hernandez Jr. today and find out how we can assist you in your case. You can also find more information about what our accident attorneys can go for you in our blog posts below.

  1. Common Neck and Back Injuries from Car Accidents

    Neck and back injuries are amongst the most common injury types that result from a car accident. A neck injury or a back injury can become a persistent and constant pain that severely restricts your movements and interferes with daily activities. Sometimes, multiple surgeries are required to resolve the injuries and bring relief from pain The neck consists of seven vertebrae, each being cushioned …Read More

  2. Compensation for Bicycle Accidents in Texas

    Bicyclists in Texas are protected by law. You need to be aware of your rights and privileges that you may exercise as a bicyclist, and more importantly if you meet with an accident. In 2015, Texas witnessed 51 fatalities for bicyclists. Bike accidents are quite common, and even if these don’t involve fatalities, there is a risk of serious and debilitating injuries. Injuries suffered because of b…Read More

  3. How do Insurance Adjusters Handle Insurance Claims?

    If you ever get involved in a personal injury claim, you will have to interact with an insurance adjuster. Insurance adjusters, also known as claims representatives, works for insurance companies and negotiates insurance claims on their behalf. If an insurance company has a branch office in an area, it may hand over the claim handling to an independent insurance adjuster. Independent insurance adj…Read More

  4. Questions to Ask a Lawyer Before Hiring One

    Hiring a lawyer to help you with a personal injury case is a serious matter that requires due diligence. There’s a lot at stake for you. You need to go about it the right way. Ideally, you should already be aware of a good lawyer that you can straightaway approach if and when you get involved in a vehicle accident. Follow these steps to vet law firms and hire the best one for your situation – …Read More

  5. What can a Texas Personal Injury Lawyer Do for Me?

    An accident of any kind can leave you with physical and mental trauma. You may not know what to do about it, and even if you have an idea, you won’t likely have the expertise and wherewithal to execute these. You may not even be the physical and mental frame of mind to pursue insurance companies for reimbursement and follow up with the law to bring the offending party to book. For perspective, y…Read More

  6. Statue of Limitations and Injury Claims – Why Time Matters.

    The statute of limitations governs the amount of time that you have to file a lawsuit regarding a cause of action or case. In Texas, the statute of limitations for personal injury cases is “not later than two years after the day the cause of action accrues.” In nine cases out of ten, the time limit is two years beginning from the day after the injury occurs. Filing a case after the deadline se…Read More

  7. Texas Motor Vehicle Crash Statistics for 2016

    When it comes to accidents on the road, there is only so much that you can do. A lot depends on others on the road. While it is always a good idea to ensure safety when driving on the roads, an accident may happen for no fault of yours. That is when you need an experienced attorney to represent your case so that you are not held liable for something that you did not do. You may also be deserving o…Read More

  8. Abilene Police Detective Officer Killed in Car Accident

    33-year old Elise Ybarra, a detective with Abilene police died at the scene of an accident on Sunday when the unmarked vehicle she was driving was hit by a Chevrolet pickup. Mrs. Ybarra and her two colleagues were traveling to a conference on crime prevention against children. The accident happened on Interstate 20 when the vehicle slowed down because of an accident that had happened further ahead…Read More