Helping the community

Every year we give back to our community through volunteer work and donations.

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2023: We volunteered at the Capital Area Food Bank helping to package boxes with meals

Bicycle Helmet Donations

Our firm believes in giving back to the community through donations and actions.

We are partnering with Ghisello’s Bike Initiative to give free bicycle helmets to kids in need. You can make a donation by clicking on the button below:

Every helmet can keep a child safe from a head injury. Our hope that these helmets will reduce or eliminate the risk of head injuries in children on a bicycle, said Andrew.

According to the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, Cycling was the top sport for head injuries for kids under ages 14 and under.

Currently, Texas does not have a statewide helmet law. As a general matter, it is legal for all persons of any age to operate a bicycle without wearing a helmet unless otherwise provided by a municipal regulation. However, cities such as Austin, Houston, and Ft. Worth have passed mandatory helmet laws for children under 18.

According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, based on 2015 data released in June 2017 and still the most recent data:

  • 818 bicyclists died on US roads in 2015, an increase of 12.2 per cent and the highest number since 1995. (It was 1,003 back in 1975)
  • 45,000 bicyclists were injured in traffic 1n 2015, down 10 per cent from 50,000 in 2014 (52,000 in 2010)
  • 37 Bicyclists 14 and under (7% of total) were killed in 2015. 5,000 were injured.

Ghisallo Cycling Initiative provides semester-long, after-school Bike Clubs with weekly bicycle maintenance and riding classes as well as an Earn-A-Bike program, Bicycle Rodeos, and maintenance and safety clinics. The majority of their participants are low-income, at-risk students.

Let’s keep kids safe!!!

Other Charities

We donate annually to Chabad of Austin.

We also donate to AIPAC and the American Diabetes Association.

We also give away free discount prescription cards and many free resources for people injured in a car, motorcycle, or truck accident.

What Our Clients Say

Great lawyer for personal injury claims - Andrew represented me in a personal injury claim following a major car wreck. I was rear-ended by an under-insured driver, so it was complex in getting compensated by that driver's insurance and then my own insurance. Andrew was thoughtful in dealing with me, and he helped me get the right medical care. He was bulldog determined and meticulous in dealing with the various insurance companies. He found the right balance of maximizing my recovery for damages and injuries but avoiding the pain of going to court. Who wants to sit through a trial!! Andrew recovered a highly satisfactory amount for my compensation, plus all my medical bills were paid, plus my car and property were fully replaced. I'm very happy to recommend him to my friends and to strangers (I hope you weren't in an accident!).

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While most of our clients hail from Austin, Round Rock, Cedar Park, Georgetown, and Pflugerville in Travis and Williamson Counties, we have also worked with clients in Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio. Other clients have come from Lakeway, Jollyville, Anderson Mill, Kyle, and Leander. If your accident was in Texas, we can help you. The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. This information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship.
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