Texas Accident Reports and Accident Guides

Austin personal injury lawyer Andrew Traub recognizes the simple fact that if you’re viewing this website, you need answers. This is why he has created videos and written books and pamphlets that could make a difference in your life. These downloadable texts and videos are free, because we believe everyone deserves to know their rights if they’re injured. The first step in recovering from your accident at the hands of others is learning the correct information. This information can be critical in determining whether a prospective lawyer is right for you. Hiring a lawyer just because he appears on billboards or television could be a major mistake. These guides will give you all the inside information you want to make an informed and educated decision.

7 Deadly Sins that Can Wreck Your Auto Accident Case in Texas

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New and Revised! Learn the mistakes that could sidetrack your injury claim through this concise manual outlining what you should and should not do.

Questions You Should Ask the Insurance Adjuster

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Most insurance adjusters are highly trained adversaries, and very good at what they do. Learn how to get important answers from the insurance company.

Everything Insurance Companies Know About Truth and Justice

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Get inside the insurance company’s head with this short guide. You will learn how insurance companies think when it comes to truth and justice. Essential when handling your own accident claim.

31 Tips to Handling Your Own Personal Injury Settlement

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Sometimes you just don’t need a lawyer. This is why we’ve written this concise report for those who have the time and energy to go it alone against the billion-dollar insurance company.

How to Choose the Right Personal Injury Attorney

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If you hire the wrong lawyer to represent you, you will soon come to regret it. Learn what to look for in personal injury representation.

Your Free Vehicle Accident Glove Box Companion

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Distress over a car accident is immediate. Confusion can settle in quickly, which is why this pamphlet can help you ensure you handle this circumstance with the attention and care it requires. Download this guide and keep it in your glove box.

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Browse our accident articles here. The topic areas include accidents in or around Austin, animal injuries, arrests of note, case results, defective product warnings, DUI accidents or arrests in Austin, frequently asked questions, government, injury law in Texas, insurance, medical malpractice, studies and updates in medical treatments, safety tips and other tips.

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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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