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See Over 24,000 Alcohol Involved Texas Crashes in 10 Seconds

Posted in Car Accidents on June 25, 2017

It’s no secret that driving after consuming alcohol is dangerous to yourself and to others around you. Unfortunately, we’ve represented several people in our great state who were harmed by drunk drivers and their lives were changed forever. We hear “Don’t drink and drive” all the time but sometimes when you hear a message so often, you…

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What Are the Dangers of Distracted Walking?

Posted in Pedestrian Accidents on February 19, 2018

Most people are aware of the dangers of distracted driving. However, walking while distracted can be just as dangerous at the wrong time or place. In Dallas, the attorneys of Aaron A. Herbert, P.C., want to help you avoid accident and injury by making you aware of the dangers of distracted walking. Dangers in the…

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What Is Third-Party Liability?

Posted in Workplace Injuries on February 12, 2018

Receiving compensation for your injuries after an injury on the job may simply require reporting the accident to your employer and immediately seeking medical treatment. This procedure doesn’t always award you with adequate financial support or address issues of third-party liability in your accident. In Dallas, the attorneys of Aaron A. Herbert, P.C., have the…

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What Is the Difference Between a Concussion and a Traumatic Brain Injury?

Posted in Brain Injury on February 5, 2018

Brain injuries devastate families in ways more severe than almost any other type of injury one can suffer. The Law Firm of Aaron A. Herbert, P.C., has been helping Texans in the Dallas area find relief after suffering brain injuries of all kinds. Concussions and traumatic brain injuries can leave the victims and their families…

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Should Your Injury Lawyer Have Trial Experience?

Posted in personal injury on January 30, 2018

When you think of retaining a lawyer, you might imagine a big courtroom with your legal representative in the midst of a heated argument before a judge and jury. While this scenario is certainly possible, it’s unlikely. In fact, only about 4% to 5% of personal injury cases in the U.S. go to trial. The…

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Why Won’t a Personal Injury Lawyer Take My Case?

Posted in personal injury on January 11, 2018

You attended a free case evaluation and spoke directly with a local Dallas personal injury lawyer. You explained what happened and discussed your injuries. At the end of the meeting, you were shocked to discover the lawyer wasn’t interested in taking your case. What happened? Knowing why a personal injury attorney won’t take your case…

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What Can a Personal Injury Lawyer Do That You Can’t?

Posted in personal injury on January 4, 2018

It is not a requirement to retain a personal injury attorney to represent you in Texas. You’re welcome to represent yourself during insurance settlement negotiations and even in a trial, but there’s a reason the overwhelming majority of plaintiffs opt for professional help. There are many things lawyers can do that the typical person can’t…

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What Can I Do If a Sinkhole Has Caused Damage or Injury?

Posted in Premises Liability on December 18, 2017

Residents of Florida sometimes encounter a threat from sinkholes, which can damage property and injure or kill people. The holes occur more frequently in Florida than any other state. They occur naturally and can form without any obvious warning signs. Florida law includes protections for citizens and insurance companies, but many find these regulations complicated….

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How Do Damage Caps Work?

Posted in personal injury on December 11, 2017

When injured persons file a lawsuit to recover damages, they hope to receive fair financial compensation. Sometimes they will hear the amount awarded by the jury and think they will receive that amount. However, many states have passed laws limiting the payout amount, the so-called damage cap. Read on to learn more about damage caps,…

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What Is a “Failure to Protect” Claim?

Posted in Safety on December 4, 2017

If the police detain someone and place him or her in the car for transport but fail to secure the person’s seatbelt, thus subjecting him or her to injury when a car accident happens on the way to the police station, can that person sue the officers? This point is hotly debated. Here are some…

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Texas Bus Accident Lawyers | Bus Accident Attorney

Posted in Bus Accidents, personal injury on November 30, 2017

Texas Bus Accident Lawyers Every year in Texas, thousands of people are killed or seriously injured in Texas bus accidents. Tragically, many of these accidents are the result of negligent, reckless Charter bus and Tour bus drivers and their employers. Whether you are a passenger on a Charter bus, Tour bus or in a motor…

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