Anderson Injury Lawyers | March 7, 2023 | Brain Injuries
Can a Concussion Cause Permanent Brain Injury?
Concussions are a type of brain injury that can occur due to a forceful blow to the head, a sudden jolt or impact, or any other kind of head trauma. While many people may believe that concussions are minor injuries that can quickly resolve on… read more
Anderson Injury Lawyers | March 3, 2023 | Texas Law
What Does “Bar” Stand for in Bar Exam or Bar Association?
When you start talking about the legal profession, you may notice that the word “bar” shows up a lot. Prospective lawyers take the bar exam and eventually join the bar association. But why do we refer to those by the word “bar” and where did… read more
Anderson Injury Lawyers | February 22, 2023 | Brain Injuries
Delayed Concussion Symptoms
Concussion symptoms result from changes in the brain after a mild traumatic brain injury. Although every concussion progresses differently, you will often have symptoms that appear or disappear for several hours or days after your original accident. As a result, your doctor might need to… read more
Anderson Injury Lawyers | February 7, 2023 | Brain Injuries
What Is CTE?
CTE is a brain disease that develops after ongoing head trauma. The condition was only identified about two decades ago, which means that scientists still have a long way to go in fully understanding why CTE develops and what can be done to cure the… read more
Anderson Injury Lawyers | February 6, 2023 | Car Accidents
What Age Can Kids Sit In The Front Seat Of The Car In Texas?
If you’ve got a tween, chances are they’re constantly asking you when they can start riding in the front seat. This milestone is an important one for any child, but how do you know when it’s the right time? When is it safe for your… read more
Anderson Injury Lawyers | January 12, 2023 | Personal Injury
What Is the Difference Between a Lawyer and an Attorney?
Most people use the title “lawyer” and “attorney” interchangeably. In fact, lawyers and attorneys are very similar because both have studied at, and graduated from, an accredited law school. However, just because a lawyer has graduated from law school doesn’t mean that they can practice… read more
Anderson Injury Lawyers | December 5, 2022 | Car Accidents
Driving Without a License Versus Driving Without a License on Your Person in Dallas
In the State of Texas, it is illegal to drive without a license on your person. If you are stopped by law enforcement and cannot produce a valid driver’s license because you don’t have it with you, the officer will likely give you a ticket. … read more
Anderson Injury Lawyers | December 4, 2022 | Car Accidents
Do I Have To Go to Court After a Car Accident in Fort Worth?
Don’t let a fear of going to court deter you from seeking compensation for your car crash injuries. Although you may need to file a lawsuit with an appropriate court, the chances of you having to appear in court before a judge for a substantive… read more
Anderson Injury Lawyers | November 30, 2022 | Car Accidents
How Much Can I Receive After I’ve Sustained a Neck or Back Injury in a Texas Car Accident?
Back and neck injuries are common in car accidents, but their seriousness varies depending on the facts of the accident. Generally speaking, the more serious the injury, the more compensation the injury victim may be able to recover. But the seriousness of the injury does… read more
Anderson Injury Lawyers | November 24, 2022 | Personal Injury
Allstate Worst Insurance Company For Consumers
If you’re thinking about doing business with Allstate Insurance, think again. The American Association for Justice recently released a report detailing the various ways in which Allstate is one of the worst insurance companies for consumers. From their predatory practices to their unfriendly customer service,… read more