Did Your New Year’s Celebration Cause Any Personal Injury?

By Rad Law Firm | Jan 03, 2018

New Year's Eve is notorious for injuries, car accidents, drunk driving citations, and worse. Each year on December 31st we say goodbye to the last year and hello to a new year and everything it will bring. This is a time of celebration and being with loved ones, however, it is also a time of year when there is a heightened risk of personal injury. There are numerous factors that may contribute to an injury or accident on New Year's Eve. Regardless of how careful you are, chances are, you know someone who was injured or involved in an accident.…

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Is Bad Winter Weather to Blame for Car Wrecks?

By Rad Law Firm | Dec 27, 2017

Car accident happen every single day and for a wide range of reasons, but did you know the deadliest time of year is actually right now - winter? This may seem obvious, but winter weather is often the culprit of serious car accidents and can be blamed for some of the most devastating wrecks that occur. This happens for numerous reasons, including the unfortunate fact that many people do not know how to drive in bad weather, or do not take the necessary safety precautions when the weather is a little dicey. According to the National Highway and Traffic Safety…

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What You Should Know About the Personal Injury Trial Process

By Rad Law Firm | Dec 21, 2017

If you are thinking about pursuing a personal injury lawsuit, there are a few important considerations you should keep in mind first. For starters, it is imperative you contact an experienced personal injury attorney the moment you think you may have a claim on your hands. While this is the most common area of law, personal injury lawsuits are oftentimes complicated and require the expertise and guidance of a good lawyer. He or she will be able to help you determine if you have a good case on your hands and, if so, how to proceed. The United States legal…

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When Can I Sue for Pain and Suffering?

By Rad Law Firm | Dec 14, 2017

Clients often ask us what the rules are surrounding pain and suffering, and today we thought it would be a good time to dive into this topic. The majority of personal injury cases lend themselves to physical injuries and monetary losses associated with some type of accident, leaving pain and suffering by the wayside. However, pain and suffering is an important part of many different types of personal injury cases that people should be awarded damages for. We often see pain and suffering introduced in wrongful death lawsuits, as loved ones are left behind with emotional scars, as well as…

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What Are My Rights When I Get Bit By a Dog?

By Rad Law Firm | Dec 07, 2017

Dogs are wonderful companions that bring a lot of joy and love to adults and children alike. Unfortunately, dogs that are not properly trained or have some other aggression issues can cause extreme harm to people. Pet owners have a responsibility to ensure their pets are properly trained and are able to be around people - at home or in public settings - safely. In the event a dog bites someone and causes an injury, the victim may have the right to take the dog owner to court for injuries and any damages incurred. While some pet owner shave insurance…

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Pedestrian Laws in Texas

By Rad Law Firm | Nov 29, 2017

Auto-pedestrian accidents happen on a regular basis here in Texas and throughout the United States. In many cases, these accidents are the result of a negligent or distracted driver. Because of the prevalence of these types of serious accidents, Texas lawmakers have begun to establish rules that govern how both drivers and pedestrians behave. For example, in Texas, pedestrians always have the right of way over cars when they cross streets at traffic light intersections or intersections controlled by an electronic pedestrian crossing signal. This means that all autos must yield the right of way to pedestrians when there is…

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How to Avoid Parking Lot Accidents?

By Rad Law Firm | Nov 28, 2017

If you drive, there’s a good chance you’ve either been involved in or witnessed a parking lot accident. People tend to drive too fast, are distracted, are in a hurry, and don’t pay attention to other shoppers and drivers. Coupled with the fact that many parking lots are tight on space, it’s no wonder accidents happen often. While many people overlook parking lots as a potential danger zone, an estimated 13 percent of all accidents take place in parking lots. There are numerous reasons for this, including the fact that parking lots are extremely busy places. It is imperative you…

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How to Choose the Best Personal Injury Lawyer for Your Case

By Rad Law Firm | Nov 23, 2017

Finding a personal injury lawyer who you not only trust, but who specializes in your type of case isn’t always easy. Millions of people are injured every single year in preventable accidents, such as auto collisions, construction site accidents, and slip and fall accidents. While the vast majority of these incidents do not have any legal ramifications, many do. Filing a personal injury claim may seem like an intimidating thing for many, but it is necessary if you sustained injuries or lost a loved one because of someone else’s negligence. If you have been injured in some type of accident,…

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I’ve Been Misdiagnosed. What’s Next?

By Rad Law Firm | Nov 15, 2017

Medical patients are misdiagnosed at an alarming rate in the United States. Unfortunately, this is a growing problem with no sign of slowing down. From failure to diagnose a specific condition to missing an allergy, there are many different scenarios that will result in a misdiagnosis. In a worst case scenario, when a doctor or other medical professional fails to properly diagnosis a condition, it can lead to death. However, if the misdiagnosis is caught early on, further damage or harm can be prevented or kept from turning into something deadly. Due to the nature of our healthcare system today,…

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How Apple’s New iOS 11 Can Make You a Safer Driver

By Rad Law Firm | Nov 09, 2017

Car accidents happen on a regular basis and for a wide range of factors, including distracted driving. In recent years the number of accidents caused by distracted driving has risen drastically. This is due to numerous reasons, but namely because of how reliant we have become on our smartphones. People are constantly reading texts, talking on the phone, scrolling through Facebook, and performing other unsafe behaviors with their phones while navigating the streets. This is a serious, growing problem in our country that has caused many states to start implementing strict texting while driving laws. However, state lawmakers aren’t the…

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