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Posted By Aguirre Law | June 17 2024 | Car Accidents, Personal Injury

How to Obtain an Accident Report After an Accident in San Antonio

If you are involved in a car accident in San Antonio, you will want to obtain a copy of the accident report. This report is critical to filing an insurance claim to secure compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, and other damages. Here is what you need to know about obtaining your accident report…

Posted By Aguirre Law | June 4 2024 | Car Accidents, Personal Injury, Truck Accidents

Texas’ Variable Speed Limit Law

Texas is on the cutting edge of road safety. After studying the effectiveness of variable speed limits, lawmakers passed House Bill 1885, allowing for the temporary adjustment of speed limits in dangerous conditions without needing approval from statewide transportation commissioners. Here is everything you need to know about Texas’ variable speed limit law. What Are…

Posted By Aguirre Law | May 10 2024 | Car Accidents, Personal Injury

What To Do After a Car Accident in San Antonio

Car accidents can be scary situations, and you may not always be thinking clearly immediately after an accident. Knowing what to do in those situations can help keep you safe and protect any potential legal claims related to the accident. If you are involved in a car accident in San Antonio, make sure you follow…

Posted By Aguirre Law | May 2 2024 | Car Accidents, Personal Injury

Types Of Car Accidents in San Antonio, TX

Car accidents are scary and can be devastating for those involved. Some types of car accidents are usually worse than others in terms of injuries, but a serious injury can be sustained in any type of motor vehicle accident. Below are some of the most common types of car accidents in San Antonio, TX, and…

Posted By Aguirre Law | April 29 2024 | Car Accidents, Firm News, Personal Injury

Delayed Injuries After a San Antonio Car Accident

After being involved in a car accident, some injuries may not be apparent for days, weeks, or even months. These types of injuries are referred to as “delayed onset injuries” and they are considered to be very dangerous. This is because they often go undetected for long periods of time, allowing them to become more…

Posted By Aguirre Law | January 8 2024 | Car Accidents, Firm News, Personal Injury, Truck Accidents

Stopping Distance: Semi-Trucks Vs. Cars

Stopping a semi-truck is vastly different from stopping a car. Under typical weather and road conditions, semi-trucks take approximately 40% longer to stop than a passenger vehicle. The driver of the truck has no bearing on physics. This is why truck accidents are typically much more severe than car accidents and require the assistance of…

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