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If a Jaywalker Is Hit by a Car, Who’s at Fault?

Posted on July 21, 2016 Car Accidents
When we think of accidents involving pedestrians and fault, we often assume that the motorist is at fault. In driver’s education courses, we’re often taught that pedestrians have the right of way. In certain situations, however, pedestrians can be liable for accidents, either partially or wholly. How Do We Determine Fault? Imagine witnessing an...
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How to Recover Compensation for Delayed Car Accident Injuries

Posted on July 11, 2016 Car Accidents
Delayed injuries are not uncommon after car accidents. The adrenaline from the collision can mask pain and symptoms, making a victim believe initially that he or she is not injured. Then, hours or even days later, the victim may recognize injuries that were caused by the car accident. If you have delayed car accident...
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What Happens if I Wasn’t Wearing a Seat Belt in My Car Accident?

Posted on July 8, 2016 Car Accidents
Although wearing a seat belt is a legal requirement for all drivers and passengers in Texas, it is common for people not to buckle up on every ride. If you get into a car accident while you weren't wearing a seat belt, however, it could negatively impact your personal injury claim. The Texas courts...
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How Can Older Drivers Take Steps to Be Safer on the Road?

Posted on June 29, 2016 Car Accidents
Americans are more health-conscious than ever. Thanks to this new attitude and advances in medical technology, we are living longer, more productive lives. As we age, however, we begin to lose our sharp vision and some fine motor control. As a result, older Americans are more likely to get into accidents on the road....
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See Every Texas Drunk Driving Crash in the Last 3 Years…in 10 Seconds

Posted on June 29, 2016 Car Accidents
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