Blog Topic: Pedestrian Accidents

Personal Injury

​Handling Austin Pedestrian Accident Cases – Series Recap by Dan Christensen | Jul 20, 2016 | Pedestrian Accidents

This post concludes our series on the handling of Austin, Texas pedestrian accident cases. We decided to write on this topic due to the fact that we see that many people do not know how to proceed after they have been hit by a car. The goal of our last several posts has been to…


Attending Trial In An Austin Pedestrian Accident Case by Dan Christensen | Jul 15, 2016 | Pedestrian Accidents

This is the fifth post in our series on the handling of pedestrian accidents in Austin, Texas. Our last post discussed the role of experts in pedestrian accident cases. It is important to retain the necessary professionals so that you may fully establish your damages. In this article we will discuss another important topic –…


The Role Of Experts In Austin, Texas Pedestrian Accident Cases by Dan Christensen | Jul 14, 2016 | Pedestrian Accidents

This is the fourth post in our series on the handling of Austin, Texas pedestrian cases. Our last post discussed conducting discovery in pedestrian accidents where a lawsuit has been filed. It is important to conduct discovery as it impacts issues relating to liability and comparative fault. In this article, we will address another important…


Conducting Discovery In An Austin, Texas Pedestrian Accident Case by Dan Christensen | Jul 13, 2016 | Pedestrian Accidents

This is the third post in our series on the handling of Austin, Texas pedestrian accidents. Our last post discussed how comparative fault applies to pedestrian injuries. It is important to understand that one can potentially recover for their injuries if they were partially at fault for the accident. In this post we will address…