Can I Sue the Car Company if My Airbags Did Not Deploy?
The NHTSA reports that frontal airbags saved 50,457 lives between 1987 to 2017. Airbags help stop the person in the vehicle from hitting the steering wheel, door, window, or dashboard in a car accident. The…Read More
Austin Nursing Home is Being Sued Over the Death of One of its Employees
Nursing homes across the country deal with COVID-19 outbreaks, including nursing homes in Texas. The family of a nursing assistant has filed a lawsuit against his employer after he died from COVID-19 on April 17,…Read More
How Safe are Motor Scooters in Austin?
Motor scooters are not motorcycles, but they are larger than mopeds. A motor scooter or motor-driven cycle in Texas is a two-wheeled vehicle that has an engine between 51ccs and 249ccs. Motor scooter operators must…Read More
Can Fault Be Determined by Car Accident Damage?
Texas is a “fault” state for car accident claims. You must prove that another driver or party was responsible for causing the car accident to recover compensation from that party for your injuries, losses, and…Read More
As Texas Reopens, Austin Mayor Urges the City to Continue Social Distancing
On May 5, 2020, Gov. Greg Abbott issued an executive order reopening certain businesses throughout Texas. Businesses named in the order that may reopen, include but are not limited to: In-store retail services; Dine-in restaurants;…Read More