Category: Attorney Legal Articles

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  • March
    21 2019

    Commercial Vehicle Accidents & Claims: How These Cases Are Different & Why It Matters to You

      Commercial vehicles, as well as the drivers and companies operating them, are regulated by a different set of rules than the motorists who drive passenger vehicles. That can mean that, when a commercial vehicle accident occurs: Multiple forms of negligence can be involved in causing a single wreck. A number of parties may be […]

  • March
    19 2019

    Dealing with Multiple Parties in Motor Vehicle & Truck Wrecks: Who’s Liable?

    Liability for motor vehicle and truck accidents does not always sit solely with a single individual or party. In fact, many traffic wrecks are the result of multiple parties’ negligence. In these cases, victims can have multiple claims to hold each negligent party liable. Revealing more about how these claims work, the following answers some […]

  • March
    14 2019

    Texas Personal Injury Cases & Minors: A Guide for Parents & Legal Guardians

    In Texas, personal injury cases for minors work differently than claims for adults. That’s because Texas law does not grant minors the legal authority to file their claim alone. Revealing more about these claims, this guide explains how personal injury cases for minors work in Texas so parents and guardians know how to seek justice […]

  • March
    12 2019

    Software Glitch Leads to More Lime Electric Scooter Accidents & Injuries

    At least 155 riders of Lime scooters have reported sudden braking mid-ride, with at least 30 suffering injuries, ranging from cuts to broken jawbones. The sudden braking, reported by riders in Auckland, New Zealand, was caused by a software glitch that would trigger scooters to stop unexpectedly when going downhill at high speeds and hitting […]

  • March
    07 2019

    How Long After an Accident & Injury Do I Have to File a Claim?

    You have two years after an accident to file a case in Texas against the liable party. In other words, Texas law sets a two-year statute of limitations for filing a personal injury case. This two-year timeframe starts as of the date of: The accident or event that caused the injuries – For some cases, […]