Texas Car Accidents

Your Accident is Unique

Texas Car Accidents


All About Accidents

Your case is unique because your accident is unique. The details of your accident form the foundation of your case, and we’re here to help you find and organize those details so you can fight your case from a prepared and educated position. Use this page to familiarize yourself with what to look for in your case, then dive into our page-by-page walkthrough of everything you need to know about Texas Car Accidents.

Here's What you need to Determine:

What Type of Accident Was it?

What Type of Accident Was it?

The type of crash you were involved in is vital for determining fault and your level of compensation. Whether you were rear-ended, T-boned, or some other collision, these details are important.

How did it happen?

How did it happen?

The nuts-and-bolts of your case: who was at fault? Was speed a factor, or was it an unsafe lane change? Did a driver run a red light or otherwise drive recklessly? Those answers can all play a factor in liability, injuries and your settlement amount.

What are the Details of Other Driver?

What are the Details of Other Driver?

Was the other driver under any kind of influence? Do they have a questionable driving history? Did they flee the scene? Information about the other driver(s) and how they behave at the scene can be crucial.

How much damage is there?

How much damage is there?

The damage to your vehicle and the location of the damage is central to your case. Was it minor or major? Was your vehicle totaled or is it repairable? Were you impacted where you were sitting? Take note of these details.

What kind of vehicles were involved?

What kind of vehicles were involved?

Were you struck by a privately-owned car or commercial vehicle? Was it an 18-wheeler or a compact car? It might have even been a garbage truck. The type of vehicle involved is extremely relevant to your case.

Where was the accident?

Where was the accident?

Pay attention to where you are and have those details handy. Were you on a major highway? Small backroad? Maybe even a parking lot? The location can impact several factors of your case.

What else is unique about your case?

Here's Our Four-Step Process

If You've Been in an Accident:

Check for Injuries & Call 911

1. Check for Injuries & Call 911

Make sure everyone in your car and at the scene is okay. Even if there are no injuries, call 911 and request a police officer. A police report will be very important to your case, so make sure you insist that an officer come to the scene.

Gather Information

2. Gather Information

Get the plate numbers of all involved vehicles as soon as you can, in case they flee the scene. Take photos & videos, witness info, officer ID and police report details, and insurance info for all drivers involved in the accident.

Move Your Vehicle Safely

3. Move Your Vehicle Safely

After the scene has been properly documented, move your vehicle to a safe place if you can. If you can drive it home afterward, do so. If not, make sure you get the information of the towing company that picks it up.

Consult With an Attorney

4. Consult With an Attorney

An accident attorney is crucial in helping you see the right specialists for necessary injury treatment and fighting your case against the at-fault insurance company. The sooner they can start helping, the better.

This is a condensed list for what to do if you've been hurt and/or suffered property damage in an accident. We have plenty more information to help be fully educated on every detail of this process, so if you want to learn more, we're happy to set you on the right road to becoming an Texas Car Accidents Expert.

Answers to All Your Accident Questions:

Car Accident Stats
Car Accident Stats
Car Accident Laws
Car Accident Laws
Car Accident Terms
Car Accident Terms
Accident & Driving Tips
Accident & Driving Tips

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Do you or did you experience any physical pain in any way from this accident?

Did the other driver admit fault or were they placed at fault by law enforcement or insurance company?

Does the at-fault driver in the accident have auto insurance?

What type of accident were you involved in?

What is your contact info & the date of the accident?

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