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 | October 26, 2022 | Car Accidents
How Do Car Insurance Claims Work in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex? Everything You Need To Know
Car accidents are common in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. For that reason, drivers should know how insurance claims work in the area. However, knowing how an insurance claim works does not mean you do not need a car accident lawyer in Fort Worth or Dallas… read more
Anderson Injury Lawyers | October 18, 2022 | Car Accidents
Can You Sue After a Car Accident if You Were Unharmed in Dallas?
Being injured in a car accident is frustrating. Who pays your medical bills and reimburses you for lost wages? Since Texas is an at-fault state, you can sue the driver who caused a car accident for reimbursement of these costs and other damages. However, what… read more
Anderson Injury Lawyers | October 5, 2022 | Car Accidents
Rear End-Collision Injuries and How You Can Recover
Rear-end collisions are the most common type of car accident in Texas. According to Texas’s Crash Records Information System (CRIS), Texas drivers had 82,101 rear-end crashes in 2021. These crashes injured or killed over 24,350 motorists. The injuries ranged from cuts and bruises to brain… read more
Anderson Injury Lawyers | October 4, 2022 | Car Accidents
Texas Car and Booster Seat Laws
Child car seats are a legal requirement for Texas motorists who drive with infants and young children. Because children are particularly vulnerable to injury, child seats are a proven safety element that reduces the risk of fatality during car crashes and collisions. If you drive… read more
Anderson Injury Lawyers | September 27, 2022 | Car Accidents
Should I Stay at the Scene If I Witnessed a Car Accident in Dallas?
Picture this: You’re driving to work along I-35 when you see someone cut across multiple lanes of highway traffic. Sure enough, that erratic driver collides with another car right in front of you. You’re scared, but you manage to avoid being part of the accident,… read more
Anderson Injury Lawyers | September 26, 2022 | Car Accidents
Drunk Driving Accidents and Jail Time in Texas
Texas consistently ranks first in the nation for drunk driving deaths. Over 1,500 people die that way every year in Texas. If you cause a car accident while driving drunk, trouble awaits. If someone died in the accident, you could simultaneously face a manslaughter criminal… read more
Anderson Injury Lawyers | September 21, 2022 | Car Accidents
Police Reports After A Car Accident in Fort Worth, Texas
No one ever plans to be involved in a car accident. Unfortunately, accidents occur every single day. According to data collected from the Texas Department of Transportation, a car crash occurs in Texas every 57 seconds. Interestingly, these accidents happen because of many different reasons,… read more
Anderson Injury Lawyers | September 20, 2022 | Car Accidents
Who Is At Fault in a Chain Reaction Car Accident?
Any car accident can result in severe injury and property damage. Whenever more than two cars are involved in a crash, the consequences can be even more significant, and it can become challenging to establish fault. In Texas, multi-vehicle car accidents, also called “chain reaction… read more
Anderson Injury Lawyers | September 8, 2022 | Car Accidents
Who Pays For The Medical Bills After A Car Accident in Fort Worth?
Suppose you suffer injuries in a Forth Worth car accident caused by someone else. In that case, you can seek payment of your medical bills from the defendant’s insurance company, your own uninsured or underinsured motorist insurance coverage, or additional defendants who might share liability… read more