Call Now 866.523.4167

Legal Blog

truck on highway in front of mountain

Reports Show Large Trucking Collisions are on the Rise

March 29, 2021

In the past few decades, fatal trucking crashes have been rising dramatically. With 70% of all products being ship via truck transport, it is no surprise that such a large number of trucking-related injuries and deaths occur. In fact, it is estimated that by 2030,…

Read More
Gavel, stethoscope and caduceus sign on books background. Mediicine laws and legal, medical jurisprudence.

Can You File a Claim for Psychological Injuries?

March 19, 2021

Most people involved in personal injury cases are familiar with physical injuries. People are often told to seek compensation for their physical injuries if they were the result of someone else’s negligence. However, not all injuries are physical. Many of these incidents that result in…

Read More
Worker spooling cord on oil rig

U.S Sees Highest Rate of Workplace Death Since 2007

March 16, 2021

In 2007, the U.S saw some of the highest numbers of work-related deaths in recent history. Now a concerning new trend is emerging in U.S labor statistics. Since as early as 2017, the U.S has been seeing a drastic increase in work-related injuries and deaths…

Read More
Whiplash injury after car accident feature photo

Long-Term Conditions Associated With Whiplash

March 5, 2021

Whiplash can be a severe condition that may be minor or can lead to life-long injuries. Read below to learn more about the long-term conditions associated with whiplash. If you’ve been injured in a car accident or other personal injury incident that led to whiplash,…

Read More
Texas winter storm and fallen tree

Texas Winter Storm: How Bad Faith Insurers are Taking Advantage

March 5, 2021

The recent winter storm in Texas has left thousands of Texans with severe property damage. With estimates of upwards of $20 billion in property damages, it’s no surprise that Texans are calling in droves to file claims with their home insurance policies. Many people are…

Read More
Female electricity worker fixing power line

Cómo la climatización de nuestra red habría evitado apagones

March 4, 2021

Hace diez años, las temperaturas heladas dejaron a 3 millones de personas sin electricidad cuando el Super Bowl se estaba celebrando en las afueras de Dallas. Ahora, la semana pasada, más de 4 millones de tejanos se quedaron sin electricidad a temperaturas tan bajas como…

Read More