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What Is the Statute of Limitations on Car Accident Claims in Texas?

Each state has a statute of limitations on car accident claims which sets the time frame for when you can file a claim or lawsuit against a negligent driver. In Texas, that period is two years. What If My Car Accident Happened More Than Two Years Ago? Texas makes it very difficult to file a [...]


Suing for Pain and Suffering in a Car Accident in Texas

Unlike a broken arm or a dented fender, pain and suffering is both subjective and intangible — and therefore difficult to prove. So what should you keep in mind when suing for pain and suffering in a car accident? What Are Economic and Non-Economic Damages? In a car accident, you are entitled to collect both economic and non-economic [...]


Who Pays in a 3-Car Accident?

Accidents involving multiple cars can be confusing, not only for the drivers but also for those who investigate what happened. Just like in any accident, it's important to establish who is at fault. In other words, who pays in a 3-car accident? Below, we discuss common scenarios for multi-car accidents, and what factors help determine who is liable [...]


If You Rear End Someone Is It Always Your Fault?

Most people assume that in rear-end accidents, the guy in back is always at fault. But is that always the case? When does rear-end collision fault fall on the front driver? If you rear-ended someone but feel that you were not to blame for the crash, it becomes your duty to prove that the other [...]


What to Know About Determining Fault by Location of Damage

One of the foremost considerations after a car accident is figuring out who was at fault. In most cases, each party will blame the other for causing the crash. So how does the court determine which party is responsible for paying damages? One way is by determining fault by location of damage on the vehicles involved. [...]


What If Both Drivers Were at Fault? Understanding Comparative Negligence in Texas

Determining who is at fault after a car accident is rarely easy. And the process can get even more complicated when more than one person is at fault. In situations where both drivers are at fault, Texas uses a comparative negligence system (or modified comparative fault system) to determine what percentage each person is liable [...]