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Posted on May 16, 2022

What is Considered Property Damage in a Car Accident?

In addition to injuries, car accidents often leave victims with extensive property damage. If your belongings were destroyed, you might be entitled to compensation for repairing or replacing of those losses. In most cases, you can file a property damage claim with the at-fault party’s insurance company or possibly even your own auto insurer....
Posted on May 16, 2022

Important Evidence To Collect in Car Accident Cases

After a car accident, critical pieces of evidence must be preserved to protect your ability to recover compensation. Here are the types of evidence that are important to collect to ensure a solid case. Photo and Video Evidence If you can remain at the scene, stay and take photos or videos to document the...
Posted on May 16, 2022

Houston Car Accident Statistics

In Texas and throughout the United States, car accidents are among the leading causes of severe injuries and death. With Houston being the most populous city in Texas, it is unfortunately home to the highest number of collisions in the state. Houston Car Accident Data Here is the 2020 data from the Texas Department...
Posted on April 18, 2022

Most Common Causes of Car Accidents in Houston

There are a wide variety of reasons why car accidents occur, but the most common causes in Houston include the following.  Impaired Driving Out of the 12 largest metropolitan areas per capita, Houston ranked first in the number of driving under the influence accidents between 2001 and 2016. Being under the influence of alcohol...
Posted on April 8, 2022

How to File Police Report After a Car Accident in Houston

The aftermath of a car accident can be stressful and confusing. Fortunately, you can contact the Houston Police Department, which will send police officers to the scene to assist in reporting the collision and help you document the events. Steps for Filing a Police Report in Houston It is important to try and remain...
Posted on April 26, 2021

Who Is Liable for Motorcycle Accidents While Lane Splitting?

Since lane splitting is illegal in Texas, motorcyclists are typically wholly or partially liable when a lane splitting accident occurs. Lane splitting is when motorcyclists drive between two lanes of traffic. It is a dangerous maneuver, and drivers do not expect a rider to be in that space.  How is Liability Determined in a...