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What to Do if Your Child Was Injured in a Bicycle Crash

Posted on September 24, 2021 Bicycle Accident
Your child could be at risk of a serious accident while riding a bicycle, especially on public streets or sidewalks. No matter how well you have trained your child to be careful, dangerous and distracted drivers could put him or her at risk. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, children ages...
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What to Do After a Bicycle Accident in Texas

Posted on September 20, 2021 Bicycle Accident
If you get injured in a bicycle accident with a car, truck or van, what you do in the immediate aftermath of the wreck can be critical to the future of your injury claim. Taking the correct steps to protect yourself physically and financially can impact the outcome of any lawsuit that results from...
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What Causes Tire Blowout Bicycle Accidents?

Posted on September 17, 2021 Bicycle Accident
There are many reasons why a bicycle could crash. One is the failure of a part or piece of equipment, such as the tires. A tire blowout is different from a flat tire. A blowout is abrupt and explosive, creating a frightening experience for a biker, such as an accident and serious injuries. Understanding...
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Texas Bicycle Laws You Should Know 2021

Posted on September 13, 2021 Bicycle Accident
As a bike rider in Texas, understanding the laws and rules that apply to you is your responsibility. Obeying Texas’ bicycle laws, as stated by the Texas Transportation Code, can keep you out of the path of motor vehicles and make your actions more predictable to drivers. Learning the Texas bicycle laws for 2021...
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How Is Fault Determined in Bike vs. Car Accidents in Texas?

Posted on September 9, 2021 Bicycle Accident
Automobile and bicycle accidents take place relatively often in Texas, especially in bustling downtown areas such as Dallas and Houston. In Texas, the fault-based insurance law requires injured accident victims to determine fault before filing insurance claims. This is because claims are filed with the insurance companies of the at-fault parties. Find out how...
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