Blog Topic: Personal Injury Basics

Personal Injury

What We Look for in Truck Accident Cases by Dan Christensen | Nov 3, 2017 | Car Accidents

Tractor trailers can be 50-feet long and weigh up to 80,000 pounds. When they’re involved in accidents with cars, pickup trucks, and SUVs, the drivers and passengers in those vehicles are at high risk of suffering debilitating injuries that can put them out of work for weeks, months, or even years. At Granados Christensen, it’s…


Austin Injury Victims Must File Their Case Within Texas’ Statute Of Limitations by Dan Christensen | Mar 18, 2016 | Personal Injury Basics

It is important for Austin injury victims to understand that lawsuits must be filed within a certain period of time. Under Texas’ statute of limitations many accident victims only have two years from the date of the incident to bring the suit. If they fail to do so within the two year window then they…


Austin Injury Victims Should Understand Texas’ Comparative Fault Laws by Dan Christensen | Mar 17, 2016 | Personal Injury Basics

Texas is similar to many other states in that it has adopted the idea of “comparative fault.” This means that a victim in an Austin personal injury case may be able to recover even if he or she was partially at fault for the accident. It is important for negligence victims to understand this concept…


Handling Austin, Texas Personal Injury Cases – Series Recap by Dan Christensen | Mar 2, 2016 | Personal Injury Basics

This post concludes our series on the handling of personal injury cases in Austin, Texas. Our goal with this series has been to help those who have been injured by another’s negligence to understand what to expect as their case progresses through the system. It is important to have realistic expectations by understanding the process….