The Difference Between Mild, Moderate and Severe Brain Injuries
Posted in Personal Injury on February 20, 2022
Traumatic brain injuries, also known as TBIs, are common injuries that send thousands of accident victims to emergency rooms each year. When diagnosing a brain injury, a doctor will classify the injury as mild, moderate or severe. The classification is based on the nature and ...
The Long-Term Effects of an Untreated Head Injury
Posted in Personal Injury on February 2, 2022
Head and brain injuries should always be taken seriously and treated with the utmost care. Even a brain injury that is classified as mild can have major long-term effects on the victim – especially if the victim never receives professional medical care for the injury. ...
Types of Product Defects You Can Claim in a Product Liability Lawsuit
Posted in Personal Injury, Product Liability on October 26, 2021
It is a manufacturer's responsibility to ensure the safety of the products that it releases to the public. It must do so using accepted practices, including obeying product safety tests and meeting federal quality standards. Unfortunately, not every company meets this duty of care, resulting ...
What if a Victim Passes Away While Pursuing a Personal Injury Claim?
Posted in Car Accident, Personal Injury on October 6, 2021
Unfortunately, there are many cases where a victim succumbs to his or her injuries or illness while a personal injury lawsuit is ongoing. In this scenario, the victim’s family surviving family members or an administrator of the estate may continue the lawsuit on the victim's ...
What to Expect When a Car Accident Case Goes to Trial
Posted in Personal Injury on September 7, 2021
The vast majority of car accident cases in Texas do not go to trial. They end with settlements between the injured accident victim and the insurance carrier of the at-fault driver. In some scenarios, however, a car accident case may have to go to trial, ...
Can I File a Car Accident Claim if I Was Not Hurt?
Posted in Car Accident, Personal Injury on August 11, 2021
Even if you were not hurt in a car accident in Texas, you can still file a car accident claim. For example, you may file a claim seeking financial compensation for your property damage and emotional distress. Texas is a fault state, meaning that the ...
Understanding Intervening & Superseding Causes in Personal Injury Cases
Posted in Personal Injury on July 14, 2021
Causation is a critical part of a personal injury lawsuit. If you are injured due to someone else’s carelessness, you will need to prove that this was the main cause of your accident to recover financial compensation in Texas. Before you can recover, however, you ...
What Is the Difference Between Personal Injury and Bodily Injury?
Posted in Personal Injury on June 30, 2021
Civil law is extremely nuanced, especially in its definitions of specific terms. The technical difference between personal injury and bodily injury is distinct, although these two terms may sound similar. Understanding the difference is important if you wish to file a personal injury lawsuit or ...
Safety Tips for Bicyclists
Posted in Car Accident, Personal Injury on June 3, 2021
If you are one of the thousands of people who prefer to explore and enjoy San Antonio on a bicycle, it is important to have at least a basic understanding of bicycle safety. According to the Texas Department of Transportation, 68 bicyclists lost their lives ...
How to Recover Compensation for Delayed Car Accident Injuries
Posted in Car Accident, Personal Injury on April 29, 2021
Many car accident injuries are immediately obvious. You may notice pain, swelling or bleeding right away. Other injuries, however, can remain hidden or have delayed symptoms that don’t arise until hours or even days later. This is especially common after a traumatic accident, as your ...