In a rear-end collision, the front of one vehicle strikes the back of another. Although this kind of crash is the most common, it is also one of the easiest to survive.
In a broadside, or T-bone, collision, one car runs into the side of another car. That means one of those drivers was probably in the intersection when they weren’t supposed to be.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Paraquat is a highly toxic chemical that is widely used as an herbicide, primarily for weed and grass control.
In a mass tort, a lot of people sue a drug or device company on their own. But the court groups those lawsuits together and puts them in front of just one judge, who handles things as if all of these cases were one case.
Accidents with large trucks can be deadly. They’re so big that when they crash into ordinary vehicles, they can do serious damage. That risk is real at any time of year, but statistics show that it goes up during the winter holidays.
Sorting out fault in a two-vehicle accident can be controversial, especially if the drivers disagree about the details. Sorting out fault in an accident with many vehicles can be even more difficult.
If you’re injured on the job in Texas, you might be able to make a workers’ compensation claim through your employer. But sometimes, the injury was caused by another company—a third party. That might happen if you’re working at a place where many companies are contributing, like a construction site, on a third party’s property, or with a defective tool.
If you notice injuries after a crash, you should go see a doctor. That’s not just for treatment, it’s also because the doctor can create a medical record to prove your injuries if you do decide to sue.
If you’re dealing with the aftermath of an 18-wheeler crash that was not your fault, Jim Adler & Associates can help. For a free, confidential consultation, call us at 1-800-567-7575 or contact us through our website, jimadler.com.
Drunk driving accidents are some of the worst accidents that we see – because they’re both entirely preventable and they can have devastating consequences for everybody involved.