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Answer: Generally speaking, the term "accident" refers to an unintentional collision. At the same time, many people feel as though referring to collisions as "accidents" implies that no one was at-fault, and/or...
Answer: It happens; you get into a car accident and shortly find out that the other driver is uninsured. In such cases, your best option may be to file an uninsured...
Answer: Being involved in a hit and run accident can be frustrating. Your best chance for finding the driver is to collect as much information as possible (e.g. the color, make,...
Answer: First thing's first. If you are not an attorney who's litigated a case before, you really should not be negotiating a settlement. Insurance companies do this every single day and...
Answer: There are no exemptions within Texas law that allow any vehicle other than an emergency vehicle to proceed through a red light. The motorcycle operator must legally turn or change...
Answer: Before September 1st, 2009, Texas had no laws governing age, height or weight of motorcycle passengers. However, after HB 537 was passed during the 31st Legislative Session, no passengers under...
Answer: I know you were hoping for an easy answer, but determining the potential value of a motorcycle accident case is hard (okay, impossible) to do without knowing the details of...
Answer: Lane splitting refers to moving through congested traffic on your motorcycle – essentially, driving between two lanes of congested traffic. Different states have their laws regarding this kind of behavior....
Answer: In Texas, motorcycle riders must always wear a helmet if they are under the age of 21. If "the person required to wear protective headgear was at least 21 years...
Answer: Honestly, you really can't know if your airbags are safe.  The airbag compartment is sealed, which means it is impossible to know if you even have airbags or what kind...
Answer: Many elderly drivers are safe drivers but you are right to be concerned. Drivers over the age of seventy-five are more likely than younger drivers to be fatally injured in...
Answer: After a Dallas car crash, it is somewhat common for accident victims to turn down a medical examination by paramedics at the scene or to refuse to be taken to the...
Answer: Who is at fault for your ATV accident or injury depends heavily on the details of the accident and the evidence available. Understanding who is at fault for your all-terrain vehicle...
Answer: According to the Texas Transportation Code, reckless driving consists of operating a vehicle with willful or wanton disregard for the safety of others or personal property. Reckless driving has more...
Answer: Losing an unborn baby due to injuries sustained in a traffic accident (or any other kind of accident) can be extremely traumatic. Because of the nature of the loss in...
Answer: Depending on the particulars on your Texas personal injury lawsuit, information taken from a car black box recorder - also known as an event data recorder (EDR) - can either help...
Answer: If you were seriously injured in a car-vs-pedestrian accident that was caused by a negligent driver, you can likely file a claim against the driver for damages such as medical...
Answer: If you or were seriously injured in a Texas bicycle accident, you may file a lawsuit in order collect damages from the person or entity that was at fault for your...
Answer: A phantom vehicle, according to insurance companies, is a vehicle that causes a car accident or car accident injury without ever coming into contact with the car that crashes. In...
Answer: A “miss and run” car accident is like a hit and run accident – except that the vehicle that causes the accident does not make any visible physical contact with your car...
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