Texas Teen Driving Laws

Published: August 2019

For many teens, turning 15 or 16 means they can finally become a little more independent and drive themselves around. In reality, it’s not quite that simple. Before getting behind the wheel for the first Read On…

An Accident That Should Never Happen

Published: August 2019

July 31st is National Heatstroke Prevention Day. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, heatstroke continues to be the number one vehicle-related killer of children, next to car crashes. Across the United States, twenty-four children Read On…

Texas Cell Phone Laws

Published: July 2019

Texas’ state-wide texting and driving ban took effect September 2017. Here’s everything you need to know. Texas’ Texting While Driving Law At-a-Glance: Effective September 1, 2017, texting while driving is illegal across the state of Read On…

10 Mistakes Personal Injury Lawyers Make

Published: May 2018

Personal injury lawyers are human, just like you and me. They make mistakes and sometimes, these mistakes cost them – and their clients – lots of money, sometimes even entire settlements. As an injured victim, Read On…

I Fell at Work: Can I Sue?

Published: May 2017

If you’ve sustained an injury at work due to a fall while you were on the job your probably wondering: I fell at work; can I sue? The answer is, probably not. Although Texas law Read On…

Handling Hit and Run Accidents in Texas

Published: March 2017

If you have been driving a few years in Texas, you have likely experienced a hit and run or know someone who has. This is an unfortunate reality on Texas roadways. Hit and runs are Read On…