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The most important damages you will claim after a car accident

After hearing news articles about multimillion-dollar personal injury verdicts, Texas car accident victims are understandably curious about the "dollar value" of their car accident claims. For this reason, the first question on the minds of people hurt by negligent drivers is usually: How much money can I pursue in my injury claim?

Motorcycle drivers need to watch out for reckless drivers

Standard passenger vehicles like cars, vans, station wagons and SUVs are supposed to share the road with smaller vehicles. In Texas, motorcycles, mopeds and bicycles can all legally drive on public roads, and motorcycles of a minimum size can also drive on highways, freeways and interstates.

Chest injuries: A common problem for car accident victims

Let's say you were driving to work early on a Monday morning. You wanted to get a head start on some reports your boss asked you to prepare, so you made it your goal to get into the office by 5 a.m. What you didn't count on was the fact that you'd be sharing the road with a drunk driver.

Keeping teen drivers safe over the 100 deadly days of summer

Texas parents may not realize that the period from Memorial Day through Labor Day is considered to be one of the most deadly periods of the year for inexperienced teenage drivers. As such, it's come to be known as the "100 Deadly Days of Summer."

Wearing a helmet on a motorcycle could save your life

When you regularly ride a motorcycle in Texas, you probably know a thing or two about safety already. You know that wearing the right gear, often leather, can protect you if you crash or slide while on your motorcycle. You know that taking steps to make yourself more visible can help protect you from negligent drivers in larger vehicles. You probably even understand the importance of a helmet, but do you wear one? Every year in Texas, several hundred people die while driving motorcycles. In 2015, the most recent year with state statistics available, more than half of the people killed weren't in helmets.

Broken bones from car wrecks can cause permanent health issues

Motor vehicle collisions can result in very serious injuries. For some people, it can seem like a stroke of luck that their injuries only included a broken bone. After all, unlike head injuries and spinal damage, broken bones can heal over time. For the vast majority of people, that is true.