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Another Reason Not to Talk to an Insurance Adjuster After a Wreck

Car Accidents, Personal Injury

Just wanted to put a quick post up to say what an honor it was to tell a client’s story to the Texas House Insurance Committee on Tuesday, April 16, 2019. Unfortunately,...

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Distracted Driving Wrecks and Injuries Still Remain High in Texas

Car Accidents

We all see distracted driving: that car slowing down or speeding up, or not keeping a lane on a busy highway. When we get close to the vehicle, we often see a...

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Why It’s Important to be Careful on Social Media after an Injury

Recent News

Photo by Tracy Le Blanc from Pexels It may not seem obvious, but being careful about posting on social media accounts after an injury is essential. Insurance companies often spy on social media accounts maintained...

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Keeping Safe during a Traffic Stop

Car Accidents

Photo Credit: Pixabay Traffic stops are among the most dangerous moments for both police and motorists. I was reminded of this today when reading about a dedicated public servant who was killed...

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A New Tornado is Brewing on the High Plains of West Texas

Recent News

Photo Credit: Pixabay Today, I read about a recent lawsuit regarding a horrific 2017 crash that killed three people in far West Texas. The wreck occurred when storm chasers, hired by The...

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Why It’s Important to Explore Not Just Who Was Hurt, but Who Could Have Been Hurt in a Car Accident

Car Accidents

Photo Credit: Kaique Rocha, Pexels Part of the advantage that comes with being a “seasoned” attorney—my nice way of saying older and experienced—is that I have been blessed with the opportunity to...

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Insurance Companies Will Spy on You

Recent News

I recently spoke to a colleague about an all-too-common and very invasive insurance practice of spying on anyone who makes a claim for injuries. In my friend’s situation, his client was seriously...

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Pedestrian Deaths at a 28-year High

Pedestrian Accidents

According to the Governors Highway Safety Association, pedestrian deaths in the United States are at a 28-year high, rising 4 percent to a total of 6,227 fatalities in 2018. Analysis by the...

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Initial Results of the New Texas Law Prohibiting Use of Cell Phones When Driving

Car Accidents

2018 was the first full year of the Texas law banning non-handsfree cell phone use while driving a vehicle. Since the law’s inception, thousands of warning tickets have been handed out, and...

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Preventing Dangerous Repairs to Vehicles after Wrecks

Car Accidents

A bill recently filed in the Texas Legislature by Representative Travis Clardy (R- Nacogdoches) seeks to correct the problem of insurance companies dictating what repairs they will and will not pay for...

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