1. 15 Facts You Didn’t Know About Drunk Driving in Texas

    If you’ve heard it once, you’ve heard it a million times: drunk driving is a horrible idea. Even with multiple campaigns and the majority of people knowing the risks associated with drinking and driving, thousands of Texans lose their lives at the hands of drunk drivers each year, with many others suffering injuries from which they may never fully recover. Did you know that Texas is ranked in …Read More

  2. Hands-Free Technology Puts You at Higher Risk of Being In An Accident

    Cars have really come a long way in the last 30 years. These days, it’s very uncommon that you will get into a new car that doesn’t have some sort of information or entertainment system. These systems exist to give drivers the ability to communicate with their vehicles. Whether a motorist is putting an address into the GPS system or simply changing the song on the radio, people are busy doing …Read More

  3. Social Media Tips From Your Personal Injury Lawyer In Texas

    In today’s day and age, hardly anything happens, whether it be exciting or mundane, without someone posting about it on social media. If you are someone who is compelled to share every little thing that happens to you on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or another social media platform, we have no problem with that at all. On the other hand, a problem may occur when it you are involved in a car or t…Read More

  4. How Much Is A Personal Injury Case Worth In Texas?

    Being involved in an accident is always jarring. On the other hand, when you were completely powerless in the situation and it was caused by the pure negligence of someone else, recovery is often even more difficult. This is why people pursue legal help and eventually a personal injury claim. Conversely, not every single case warrants filing this sort of claim and therefore, it is important to kno…Read More

  5. Wrongful Death Attorney

    Everything You Need to Know About Wrongful Death Cases in Texas

    In the case that someone intentionally ends the life of someone else, it is more likely than not that the person responsible will be prosecuted. On the other hand, what happens when a life is ended by an accident or the carelessness of another person or entity? What are the legal ins and outs of a wrongful death case? The answer to these questions can be found within the Texas Wrongful Death Act. …Read More

  6. Personal Injury Attorney

    Giving A Deposition For A Personal Injury Case?

    Being part of a deposition can be an extremely uncomfortable experience. When you have to do so for a personal injury case in Texas, there are probably plenty of questions that come to your mind. This is especially true if you have never had to give a deposition in the past. In order to give you a better idea of what you should expect and what you should do, we have put together a list a some of t…Read More

  7. Personal Injury Lawyer

    The Do’s and Don’ts of Hiring a Personal Injury Lawyer in Texas

    Finding a lawyer with any sort of specialty that is right for you can be difficult. When it comes to finding the right personal injury lawyer to take on your case, there are things you should do and things you shouldn’t do before agreeing to let someone represent you. Below you can find an in depth list of what you should and shouldn’t do when you need an accident attorney on your side. DO Res…Read More

  8. Everything You Need To Know About Traumatic Brain Injuries

      The definition of traumatic brain injury is almost as complicated as our brains themselves. Traumatic brain injuries, or TBI for short, can affect everything from motor skills to our personalities, and everything in between. Sometimes it is obvious that a traumatic brain injury has occurred, such as when a patient is experiencing loss of motor functions or is in a comatose state. Other time…Read More

  9. Personal Injury Expert

    Expert Witnesses Commonly Used In Personal Injury Lawsuits

    Chances are that at some point in your life you have watched a court television drama of some sort and therefore, you are mildly aware of how a trial works. In almost every episode, one of the litigators will call to the stand an “expert witness” to testify on behalf of some important part of the case. When it comes to personal injury cases, expert witnesses are often extremely important as th…Read More