When You’re Hurt in an Accident, Find the Information You Need to Move Forward

Our blog offer Texas accident victims the information they need now. Read our posts to learn more about your rights and options after you’ve suffered injuries because of someone else’s careless behavior. Find out what a legal case can mean for you and your family and learn more about how our experienced Bedford injury attorneys can help.

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  • 8 Texas Laws Passed in 2017 Texas lawmakers were busy this year, passing a bounty of bills (673 to be exact) during the regular legislative session in the spring. Gov. Greg Abbott signed many of the measures into law.
  • Brad Parker to Receive the 2017 H.G. Wells Outstanding Trial Lawyer Brad Parker to Receive the 2017 H.G. Wells Outstanding Trial Lawyer Award
  • Are you aware of your child's safety? As moms and dads watch anxiously from the stands in anticipation for the next big play, they sometimes become oblivious to the dangers that exist in the process and practice their children endure to become star athletes.
  • Big Rig Road Rules in Texas While the trucking industry transports goods throughout Texas and employs thousands of drivers, large cargo trucks can cause catastrophic injuries and devastating accidents due to the size and weight of their vehicles.
  • Why Parking Lot Accidents Present a Problem Parking lots present an interesting dilemma. When you pack a large number of drivers into a concentrated space and offer them unique traffic rules based on the layout of the lot, accidents are bound to happen.
  • How Social Media Can Hurt Your Personal Injury Claim You shouldn’t post on your social media sites when filing a personal injury claim. Learn how the postings may be used to deny your clam for compensation.
  • The Cost of Pain and Suffering in Bedford TX Car Accidents If you Google “pain and suffering,” you are going to find a legal term that refers to a host of injuries that someone may suffer as a result of an accident.
  • Are You Keeping Track? After a traumatic accident, your first instinct may be to put it behind you. Moving on too quickly could be a huge mistake. The scope of your post-accident photography and documentation could make or break your personal injury case.
  • It Can Wait! We are all guilty of it. Whether it’s inhaling a sandwich between destinations, applying a touch-up to your lipstick, trying to keep the peace between the bickering kiddos in the backseat or answering a quick work text at 60 miles per hour.
  • Don't Rock the Boat While fun is the ultimate goal as boaters take to the water this summer, it’s important to keep in mind some basic rules to keep everyone on board safe. “The most prevalent cause that I see for boating accidents is excessive drinking. People out on the lake are having too much fun in the sun..."