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Auto Accident Scenarios in Texas

Were you injured in a car crash in Texas? Do you have overwhelming medical bills you need to pay off? If so, you might be eligible for a personal injury claim in the state of Texas. Car crashes are often serious regardless of location, and help might be available to recover lost wages or medical bills through a PI claim.

Who's At Fault For a Crash in Texas?

If you've been involved in a serious crash in Texas, you'll likely not know where to start when filing an insurance claim to receive damages for your injuries or medical bills. You can save money on premiums when filing against another party, but it might not be possible to file a claim against the other driver if you caused the accident.

The state of Texas uses comparative fault when determining who should be held responsible for an auto accident. This means that if you're awarded a settlement in a personal injury claim in Texas, the damages you receive might be reduced to reflect your portion of shared fault. So long as you aren't more than 50% to blame for the accident, you should still be eligible for some kind of settlement.

For example, if you were involved in a crash with another car totaling $80,000 in damages but the court found you 25% responsible for the accident, your total settlement would be reduced to $60,000.

Specific Crashes in Texas

There are numerous crash scenarios you could experience in Texas, all of which might be entitled to a personal injury claim. The details of your crash and important to note because they'll be used by the insurance company and potentially a judge to determine what kind of settlement you should be entitled to.

Here are some specific crash situations you might have experienced in Texas:

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