David Muñoz | January 4, 2023 | Car Accidents
I Was Hit By a Driver in Texas Who Does Not Have Insurance – What Can I Do?
More than 8% of Texas drivers lack insurance, and that figure doesn’t even count uninsured out-of-state drivers or people driving without a license. If you suffer an accident with an uninsured driver, securing fair compensation can be a challenge. Fault vs. No-Fault Auto Insurance Systems… read more
David Muñoz | January 3, 2023 | Car Accidents
Is Flying Safer Than Driving?
If you ask a room full of adults how many are afraid of driving, almost none of them will raise their hands. But if you ask that same group how many are afraid of flying, you might get several raised hands. Fear of flying is… read more
David Muñoz | December 26, 2022 | California Law
Right-of-Way Laws in California
Until all rural and city traffic is 100% automated, California drivers must be familiar with right-of-way regulations that govern motorists and pedestrians. Unfortunately, many drivers become confused when presented with a right-of-way traffic puzzle. The result is often a car accident that may involve injuries… read more
David Muñoz | December 23, 2022 | Texas Law
Texas Car and Booster Seat Laws
When it comes to keeping your child safe in a vehicle, ensuring proper installation of any car and booster seats is vital. This is because vehicular collisions are, unfortunately, a common occurrence, and according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 46% of car seats… read more
David Muñoz | December 22, 2022 | Personal Injury
Demand Letter Response Time in Texas
A demand letter is a standard method of beginning negotiations in a personal injury case. The attorney for the injured party prepares a letter to send to the insurance company or lawyer for the other party. The demand letter includes the following: The facts of… read more
David Muñoz | November 25, 2022 | Car Accidents
What Is California’s Open Container Law?
In the State of California, it is illegal to drink alcohol or possess an open container of alcohol in your vehicle – and regarding the latter situation, it doesn’t matter whether you are actually consuming it. If you have been injured in a car accident… read more
David Muñoz | November 19, 2022 | Car Accidents
Car Accident Reports in Texas
There are many critical actions you should take after a car accident in El Paso, one of which is filing a car accident report. In all the chaos, it might be easy to forget to carry out this important task. However, to protect your financial… read more
David Muñoz | November 12, 2022 | Texas Law
How Does Weather Affect Road Conditions?
Many people think of Texas as a sizzling hot place. In reality, as those of us who live here know, it depends on where you go and what time of year you go there. Texas temperatures range from 10 degrees Fahrenheit in the winter to… read more
David Muñoz | October 29, 2022 | Car Accidents
I’ve Been in an Accident With a Company Car in Chula Vista: What Should I Do?
Many companies provide their employees with a company car. In addition to being a nice perk, the vehicles serve a purpose. The company intends for the employee to use the vehicle for company business. However, what happens when you are in an accident in a… read more
David Muñoz | October 28, 2022 | Personal Injury
Suing for Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress in San Diego, CA
Negligent infliction of emotional distress is when a party’s negligent actions cause emotional distress to another person. Even if you didn’t suffer any actual physical harm, in California, you could still bring a case for negligent infliction of emotional distress (NIED). Since these types of… read more