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What You Need to Know About the Motorcycle Helmet Laws in Texas

If you ride a motorcycle in Texas, you may be curious as to whether you are required, under Texas law, to wear a helmet. While it is always best practice to simply wear a helmet for your own safety, do you have to? Please continue reading and reach out to our experienced Houston personal injury…
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Speaking With Insurance Companies After a Car Accident | Here is What You Need to Know

As if a car accident wasn’t stressful enough, now you have to speak with the other motorist’s insurance company too. If the other motorist was at fault and you were injured, this can become an even more complicated matter. This is why our experienced Houston personal injury attorneys have compiled this short list of things…
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Texting While Driving Accidents in Texas | What You Need to Know

In today’s day and age, drivers are more distracted than ever. In fact, distracted driving is the number one cause of car accidents here in the United States. Of course, distracted driving is a relatively broad term, and covers a wide array of negligent acts. For example, many people do their makeup while driving, they…
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Auto Accident Fatalities Due to Speeding Have Spiked in Texas

Auto accidents happen every single day. Unfortunately, though there have been fewer motorists on the road in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, the state of Texas has seen a spike in speeding-related fatalities since the pandemic began. If you are someone who has been injured in an auto accident, or you know someone who…
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High-Speed Winds and Truck Accidents | What All Truck Drivers Should Know

Recently, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) determined in a study that 18-wheelers are far more likely to be involved in accidents when winds exceed 25 miles per hour. All truck drivers and those injured in truck accidents must continue reading to learn more about the risk of high-speed winds, and how our experienced…
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Can I Sue if I Was Injured by a Drunk Driver in Texas?

Everyone knows it is both illegal and unsafe to get behind the wheel of a car after having consumed alcohol, however, this does not stop everyone from doing so. Unfortunately, this often leads to serious accidents. Drunk driving accidents are among the most gruesome types of auto accidents, and if you have been injured in…
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Practical Tips For Firework Safety

The Fourth of July is a holiday that we celebrate with pool parties, barbecues, and, of course, fireworks. No Fourth of July is complete without fireworks. That being said, fireworks are only fun if everyone is safe, and if you plan on setting them off this year, you should have a strong understanding of firework…
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Can I Sue For Being Injured in an Elevator Accident in Texas?

Most of us use elevators on a fairly regular basis, which is why we rarely think twice before boarding one. However, under certain rare circumstances, elevators can become extremely dangerous. Please continue reading and reach out to our knowledgeable Texas personal injury attorneys to learn more about elevator accidents and how we can help you…
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What You Need to Know About Construction Site Accidents in Texas

Few people work harder than construction workers, and our society owes them a great debt. That is why when they are wrongly injured on the job, our firm is proud to represent them and fight for the compensation they need to heal. Please continue reading and reach out to our knowledgeable Houston personal injury attorneys…
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What to do if You Have Been Injured in a Retail Store Accident

  As stores begin to reopen across the country, accidents will begin to increase as well. This is an unfortunate reality of life, however, if you are someone who has been injured in a retail store, there is a very good chance you may qualify for compensation via a premises liability claim. Please continue reading…
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