Recent Blog Posts
Large trucks such as buses, semi-trucks, and tractor-trailers have an inherent capacity to do major damage when involved in an accident. In order to reduce the risk of a crash as much as possible, the US government has created an agency—the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)—charged with creating and enforcing a detailed set… Read More »
Getting hurt in a Texas motor vehicle accident can send your life into a tailspin. In trying to figure out how you should proceed in finding a temporary or permanent replacement vehicle or treating your injuries, you may be wondering about how much you can expect to recover from an insurance settlement or personal… Read More »
Dashboard cameras, or “dash cams,” might seem like an unnecessary piece of technology for you to have in your car. However, these devices offer more benefits to the average driver than you might realize. Read on to learn how a dash cam could help you in the event of a serious car accident. An… Read More »
Identifying when drivers caused a crash due to being distracted by their phone has historically been a challenge for law enforcement. There is rarely any way to identify whether a driver was on their phone before a crash if an eyewitness cannot testify to seeing it, since drivers are rarely willing to admit to… Read More »
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently announced that the deaths of nine women were caused from a rare form of cancer which has been linked to their breast implants. Read on to learn about the link between certain types of breast implants and cancer, and contact an experienced Texas breast implant injury… Read More »
If you’ve ever worked in agriculture or landscaping, or even maintained a home garden, you’ve doubtless heard of the pesticide Roundup. The pesticide is a mainstay of home improvement stores and garden sheds across the US, but a growing body of research shows that the compound could cause the growth of a specific and… Read More »
The CDC reports that, during a study of traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) occurring in 2010, approximately 2.5 million Americans either sought emergency room treatment, needed hospitalization, or were killed by a TBI. The most common form of TBI is the concussion, which is often caused by trip-and-fall accidents and motor vehicle, bicycle, or pedestrian… Read More »
Gilbert Adams answers viewer submitted questions about what to do when you’ve caused a wreck and who is liable for attorney fees.
Gilbert Adams answers viewer submitted questions about what to do if your pet was run over and killed, as well as whether or not it’s legal to record a conversation.
Gilbert Adams answers viewer submitted questions about the violation of divorce decrees and a health insurance company not covering a medical costs.