Category: UM/UIM Claims

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  • April
    02 2019

    E-Scooter Lawsuits: Important Information for Victims of Electric Scooter Accidents

    E-scooters are popular in many major cities across the U.S. Offering a cheap, easy, eco-friendly way to get around, e-scooters also pose some serious risks to riders. In fact, reports of e-scooter accidents and injuries have been mounting across the nation. While e-scooter companies make riders sign user agreements stipulating that riders are solely responsible […]

  • February
    12 2019

    Your Recovery Options If You’re Hurt In a Crash Caused by an Uninsured Driver

    More than 14 percent of Texas motorists are uninsured. 1 That means that at least 1 in every 7 drivers in Texas is on the road without any auto insurance coverage. So what happens if one of those uninsured drivers causes a car crash that hurts you? If you have uninsured/underinsured motorist (UM/UIM) coverage as […]

  • January
    03 2019

    When Do I Need to Hire an Attorney for a Car Accident?

    Whenever you are serious about protecting the strength, value, and success of your car accident claim, you need to retain an experienced lawyer as soon as possible. Here’s why… Why You Need To Hire a Car Accident Lawyer When it’s time to recover from a car accident and hold the at-fault parties accountable, you’ll need […]

  • December
    20 2018

    When to Hire a Car Accident Lawyer

    Generally, it’s recommended that car accident survivors consult a lawyer as soon as possible after a wreck. You’ll most likely have medical expenses that will have to be paid for and you’ll need to hire a car accident lawyer to help you determine: Who is at fault and liable for the wreck What your options […]

  • November
    20 2018

    Hit & Runs: What to Do in a Car Wreck When Another Driver Flees the Scene

    Texas Car Accident Lawyer When motorists are in crashes anywhere in Texas, state law1 requires them to stay at the accident scene and exchange driver- and insurance-related information with the other involved parties. Texas law also requires drivers to always call police whenever the accident involves: ·         Injuries ·         Damaged vehicles that cannot be moved […]