Category: Personal Injury Law

What do after a Personal Injury

Accidents happen all the time, and they can turn your life upside down if they are severe. When that happens, you can find it very challenging to get back on

Tips to Get the Right Personal Injury Settlement

Getting Involved in an accident comes with several health and financial implications. Other than the money you spend on seeking medical care, there is the possibility of losing your likelihood

How to Determine What Injuries You’ve Sustained from a Car Crash

Car crashes cause damage. While the metal, glass, and plastic damage to your car can be repaired, or the car replaced if need be, damages to your body are not

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Are Home Births Safe? While a home birth may sound appealing, protecting the safety of both you and your infant needs to be a top priority. Home births have become

Help, I’ve Been Injured at a Water Park

Help, I’ve Been Injured at a Water Park

Water parks are a great way to beat the Austin heat, but can also result in serious injuries Slip-and-fall injuries can happen at water parks, along with heat-related illnesses and

How a Wrongful Death Lawsuit Works

How a Wrongful Death Lawsuit Works

The term wrongful death is used to describe the untimely death of a person from causes that resulted from negligence or intentional harm that wouldn’t have otherwise occurred had the

Another Victim of Drunk-driving Accident Dies

Another Victim of Drunk-driving Accident Dies

A drunk-driving accident last month that left several people dead and numerous others injured has reportedly resulted in a fourth death. The most recent death was an 18-year Fort Worth man who

Who Pays When an Tuber Driver Causes an Accident

Who Pays When an Tuber Driver Causes an Accident

Ride sharing companies, such as tuber and Lift, are becoming very popular in Austin and across Texas. Thousands of Austerity’s opt for a tuber ride instead of driving or taking

Police Department Claims Improvements in Attitude Toward Bicyclists

Police Department Claims Improvements in Attitude Toward Bicyclists

Bicycling is, for many Americans, a primary mode of transportation to and from work and a number of other destinations. With the increase in bicycling in recent years, though, concerns