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Who Pays for Medical Bills After an Accident?

Posted on June 6, 2022 Car Accidents
A car accident can cause serious injuries that require hundreds of thousands of dollars in medical costs over a victim's lifetime. Surgeries, treatments, physical therapies and medications can create a massive amount of medical debt for an injured victim. Knowing who is responsible for paying your medical bills after an accident could give you...
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What Are the Motorcycle Laws Every Texan Should Know?

Posted on June 2, 2022 Motorcycle Accidents
Motorcycles are more than just a mode of transportation – they are a hobby and pastime for many Texans. Although motorcycles are a fun way to get around and enjoy pleasant weather on the road, it’s vital for Texans to understand state motorcycle laws. Knowing these laws not only keeps riders safer on the...
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How to File a Wrongful Death Claim

Posted on June 1, 2022 Wrongful Death
Wrongful death is a tragedy that can befall a family after a fatal motor vehicle accident, workplace accident, fall, criminal assault or many other types of deadly accidents. The civil justice system in Texas provides a way for surviving family members to seek financial compensation for the wrongful deaths of loved ones. Although a...
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Dooring – What’s the Law in Texas and How to Avoid It

Posted on April 20, 2022 Bicycle Accident
Most people imagine a moving vehicle striking a bicyclist when they picture a bicycle accident. However, some of the most serious bicycle accidents in Texas happen when a car is parked. Dooring occurs when a driver opens a car door without paying attention to oncoming bicycle traffic – resulting in a biker striking the...
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Can You Still Suffer a Brain Injury While Wearing a Bike Helmet?

Posted on April 19, 2022 Brain Injury
Riding a bike in Texas can come with significant injury risks. As a biker, you are vulnerable to serious and life-threatening injuries in a traffic accident. This includes traumatic brain injuries from striking your head or skull on the pavement. Although Texas does not have a universal bicycle helmet requirement, wearing one could save...
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