Category Archives: General
TLC Grad Gets Over $2.5 Million Verdict In Bexar County, Texas On ‘Minor Impact Soft Tissue’ Injury Case
“I used the methods I learned at Trial Lawyers College and from Psychodrama training workshops to show the jury at a true, deep emotional level what my client had in his life before the crash and what was taken away from him; how the crash happened; and the cover-up scene after they pulled over… Read More »
Top 5 Causes for 18 Wheeler Accidents
With their enormous size and limited maneuverability, it doesn’t take much for an 18-wheeler to lose control. From hazardous road conditions to various forms of driver error, there are numerous factors that can cause dangerous collisions – and entitle collision victims to seek just compensation. Our 18-wheeler accident attorney Israel Garcia and his personal… Read More »
Construction Worker Injuries due to Negligence in Texas
Construction sites are dangerous places. The work is very physical. Construction workers also are often required to use powerful machinery, climb to great heights or work on roadsides where traffic accidents may occur. Unfortunately, because of the inherent nature of the work, construction workers face a serious risk of injuries on the job. Allow… Read More »
Should I Agree to Give a Statement or Recorded Statement to the Insurance Company Adjuster
Insurance adjusters are doing the work of the insurance companies which employ them. Insurance companies maximize their profits by paying out as little as possible in settlements. Their goal is to get you to settle for as little as possible (when it is too soon to know the full extent of your injuries), and… Read More »
Who is at fault in a rear-end accident in texas?
1.) Who is at fault in a rear-end collision? In most rear-end motor vehicle accidents, the rear driver is at fault for the accident. However, the rear driver is not always at fault in a rear-end collision. The lead driver or another vehicle could be the cause of the rear-end accident. In Texas, determining… Read More »
The United States Has Suspended Commercial Truck Drivers Limits to Speed Coronavirus Shipments
U.S. highway-safety regulators are suspending rules that limit daily driving hours for commercial truck drivers moving emergency supplies response to the nationwide coronavirus outbreak. The Transportation Department’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration announced the nationwide exemption Late Friday, following President Trump’s declaration of a national emergency over the pandemic. While we understand the emergency… Read More »
Warehouse Injuries Amidst the Chaos of Demand in a Nation-wide Pandemic
“Apart from the fact that frontline workers are at high risk of exposure to the virus, there is also incredible pressure on them to double their efforts in the workplace despite health hazards,” says Slominski. “Already, some store workers and medical staff are wondering if their added physical exertions might give rise to a… Read More »
MOST Dangerous Weather Hazard to Drive Through: Are You Taking Proper Precautions?
Driving in fog is considered to be the most dangerous weather hazard, especially if it is exceptionally dense fog or combined with other adverse weather conditions. Foggy conditions are the number one cause of large multi-car pile ups. However, there are some things you can do to reduce your risk of a crash. Drivers… Read More »
Our Heartfelt Gratitude to American Truckers Going the Extra Mile Due to the Coronavirus
Over the past week, Americans have rushed to stock up on goods as they prepare to hunker down to mitigate the impact of COVID-19. We’ve watched schools, businesses, major sports and other cultural pillars come to a complete stop as personal health and well-being take top priority. The American trucker sits at a vital… Read More »
Truckers Worry. Will They Ultimately Be the Carriers of the Coronavirus?
The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is beginning to affect US trucking, but its impact isn’t necessarily what was expected. Truck drivers who haul consumer goods, especially healthcare and cleaning products, are lining up to pick up loads, and getting better rates, as US consumers purchase toilet paper, hand sanitizer, and other emergency supplies en… Read More »