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POSTED ON 07/03/2018

Fourth of July Safety

The Fourth of July is a wonderful, landmark, celebratory holiday, full of festivities and grandeur to ring in another year of being our own strong, independent nation. Also, it is...

POSTED ON 04/18/2018

You’ve Been in an Auto Accident — What Now?

It's happened. You've been in an auto accident. Nobody ever thinks it's going to happen to them, but when it does, it's all too real. Or maybe even then, after...

POSTED ON 04/03/2018

Settlement Reached in Van Zandt County 18 Wheeler Accident

The Flowers Law Firm is happy to announce the resolution of a long legal battle stemming from an 18 wheeler accident that occurred in Van, Texas. On January 19, 2015, our...

POSTED ON 03/21/2018

How Long Do I Have To File a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

Personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits have very specific timelines that a victim must abide by in order to recover any damages. The amount of time you have to actually...

POSTED ON 03/19/2018

What Is Radiculopathy?

Often times, individuals involved in car wrecks experience a pervasive numbness and shooting pain in their extremities, typically their arms and hands. This condition is called radiculopathy, and it is...

POSTED ON 02/22/2018

What Should I Do After a Car Wreck?

The moments after a car accident are always chaotic. After all, no one plans for a collision to happen. However, that doesn’t mean that you can’t prepare yourself. By following...

POSTED ON 08/26/2017

How Long Do I Have To File a Personal Injury Claim In Texas?

In Texas, a personal injury claim is subject to strict time limits. Any person injured by the negligence of another can file a personal injury lawsuit. However, that lawsuit must...

POSTED ON 08/23/2017

What Is My Car Wreck Case Worth?

First, An Analogy When I was a kid, I collected baseball cards. As often as possible, I would purchase the Beckett Baseball Card magazine that literally listed every baseball card...

POSTED ON 08/22/2017

What is PIP Insurance?

Personal Injury Protection Insurance, commonly referred to as PIP, is a type of coverage that pays for a portion of the covered individual’s medical expenses after he or she is...