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Most Common Places for Car Accidents to Happen

Car accidents can happen anywhere, but some locations are far riskier than others. You should always be careful while behind the wheel, especially if you’re driving through an area that’s known for frequent collisions. To protect yourself, your passengers, and the other drivers and pedestrians on the road, it’s crucial that you know the facts... read more
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What to do if You Get Hit by a Commercial Truck

Smaller vehicles are at a severe disadvantage on the highways and city roads. Commercial trucks weigh 20 to 30 times more than a car, SUV, or truck, so that collisions can lead to significant injuries and damages to the people riding inside them. In 2019, there were 4,119 fatalities due to collisions between smaller vehicles... read more
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What To Do After a Police Car Hits You

Many people will be involved in or witness a car accident at some point, and a few of those people will be in an accident that involves a police car. A common mistake that people often make is assuming that the police have complete immunity and that they are not liable for injuries. However, the... read more
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Who is liable in a rear end collision?

If you are involved in a rear end collision, you will likely want to know who is being blamed for causing it. Generally speaking, car crash victims are only allowed to collect compensation for medical bills, lost wages and other damages if those losses were the result of another party’s negligence. In the event that... read more
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Hurricane Harvey – Insurance Claims

Hurricane Harvey Damage Hurricane Harvey has devastated Texas, including the Houston area.  The storm will result in many Hurricane Harvey – Insurance Claims. Roads have been covered in water.  Businesses and houses have been flooded.  People have been forced to evacuate their houses and take shelter.  But people are strong and resilient.  The stories of... read more
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New Texas Law – No Texting While Driving

No Texting While Driving – New Texas Law On June 6, 2017, Governor Greg Abbott signed House Bill 62 which bans handheld communications by motorists.  The ban goes into effect on September 1, 2017.  Although cities in Texas had bans on texting and driving, this is the first state wide ban on texting while driving. ... read more
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Client Review

Below is a review from a client that Jacob Paschal helped with a personal injury lawsuit: Back in June of 2012, while on Active Duty for the Navy, I was involved in a car accident that I just barely walked away from. I was T-boned by a truck going through a red light intersection at... read more
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