Personal Injury Law News: Texas


Dallas STREET LAW FIRM keeps you up to date with the latest in personal injury and wrongful death law.

For the latest personal injury and wrongful death law, click on any of the topics below. For more personal injury and wrongful death information, subscribe to the quarterly newsletter, the Texas Law Alert, by submitting your e-mail at the bottom of this page. The Texas Law Alert covers the latest in tort reform, personal injury law, wrongful death cases and class action litigation. The Texas Law Alert also publishes helpful information and how-to material designed to assist you in the event of an accident or personal injury case. To read past issues of the Texas Law Alert, click here.

Personal Injury Newsletter

Dallas car crash lawyer Dan Street publishes a quarterly newsletter dedicated to informing the public about current trends in personal injury law, tort reform and wrongful death law. To receive a free copy of our personal injury newsletter, the Texas Law Alert, submit your name and e-mail below. Your information will be kept strictly confidential, and never available to any third party.


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News & Notes

The worst insurance companies we have here do the absolute least to attempt to settle claims fairly or in a timely manner.  They are also the most likely to leave you vulnerable to a car wreck lawsuit when you need them the most.
The worst insurance companies are some of the most popular. Why? Because you get what you pay for, and sometimes that's a car wreck lawsuit .
The best insurance companies? It's a rare breed these days, but we have our opinions on where your insurance dollar is best spent.
To find an accident lawyer, it takes a little bit of legal knowledge. Just as with any other kind of professional, when seeking help, it's important to know something about the area of practice in which you need help.
What to do after an auto accident...a handy printable "fill in the blank form" to keep in your glove box in case you become involved in an auto accident.