Who is at fault for public property injury?

Similar to any other kind of personal injury case, there must be an act of negligence when trying to determine fault for a public property injury. The statute of limitation determines how long a person has to file a personal injury claim. The time frame varies per state, so it is in your best interest … Continued

Motorcycle Safety Guide

  Texas has experienced some unusually warm winter days. As the days get longer and the temperature gets warmer, motorcyclists can eagerly begin dusting off their treasured vehicles. The steady breeze, the fresh air, and the sense of freedom can be liberating, but the dangers associated with motorcycles are far too real. Motorcycle accidents are more likely … Continued

How to Deal with a Defective Product

  The holiday season has come and gone. While most Christmas stories have a happy ending, there is also a dangerous side to gift-giving. Perhaps the only thing worse than receiving bad presents or no presents at all is receiving a defective gift.  Replacing a Defective Product  Sometimes the solution is simple and relatively painless. … Continued

Steps to Receive Lost Wages After a Workplace Injury

Stress from lost wages as well as trying to recover from an injury can take a toll on a person after a workplace injury. Paychecks are a way of survival. They help cover rent, insurance, groceries, gas and much more, so without a paycheck the bills just add up. If you find yourself in this … Continued

Who is at Fault for Public Property Injuries?

Similar to any other kind of personal injury case, there must be an act of negligence when trying to determine fault for a public property injury. The statute of limitation determines how long a person has to file a personal injury claim. The time frame varies per state, so it is in your best interest … Continued

The 5 Most Common Causes of Car Accidents

    According to the Association for Safe International Road Travel over 37,000 people die each year in a car accident. 8,000 of those people are drivers ages 16-20. An additional 2.35 million people are injured or disabled as a result of an accident. Car wrecks cost the United States a total of $230. 6 … Continued

Do Red Light Cameras Prevent Wrecks?

Running a red light is one of the most common reasons for a car wreck.  According to the American Traffic Solutions, on average two people died each day in red-light running crashes in 2011.  Since then the number of fatalities in crashes decreased by 22% and the communities that have red-light cameras increased dramatically nationwide. … Continued