In Texas, the courts and insurance companies consider whether one or both drivers were at fault in car accidents. Therefore, you can recover compensation for your losses if you were not more than fifty percent at fault. However, it becomes challenging when you admit responsibility for the accident—as it is more difficult to recoup damages […]
What Does Yielding the Right of Way Mean?
Traffic laws are in place to prevent accidents, and the rules regarding who must yield the right of way can prevent collisions at highway entrance ramps, intersections, and other places. Unfortunately, the failure to yield is one of the most common causes of crashes. Contact us at Patterson Law Group if you’ve been hurt due […]
Can You Get a Concussion Without Hitting Your Head?
It is a common misconception that concussions only occur from a direct impact to the head. It is possible, however, to get a concussion without sustaining head trauma, and the consequences can be just as severe and life-altering. In addition, if you’ve suffered this type of injury through no fault of your own, you could […]
How Long Do Most Car Accident Settlements in Texas Take?
Several variables will determine how long it will take to receive your car accident settlement in Texas. In some cases, the car wreck legal process will be relatively swift, with the victim receiving compensation within a few weeks. In other cases, the process may be more complicated, delaying disbursement slightly. Contact us at the Patterson […]
Do I Need a Lawyer for a Car Accident That Wasn’t My Fault in Texas?
Even if a car accident wasn’t your fault, you should still consider hiring a personal injury lawyer to help you with your case. Car accidents can be complicated and messy, and you don’t want to suffer more than you have to. With help from a personal injury lawyer, you should be able to get the compensation you […]