Personal Injury Attorneys in Dallas, Texas
At Glen Larson Law, our personal injury lawyers in Dallas, Texas are committed to providing any of our city’s over 1.33 million residents with dedicated and unique legal strategies by taking an aggressive approach to producing solution-driven results.
Our personal injury attorneys in Dallas, Collin, Denton, Kaufman. and Rockwall Counties represent fellow Texans in each of our Districts to provide the top-notch legal representation they deserve after suffering injuries caused by negligence.
If you have been hurt or have tragically lost a loved one to negligence, call our bilingual personal injury staff, who is available seven days a week, 24 hours each day to discuss the impact your injuries have had on your physical, emotional, and financial well-being to explore your legal options — and more importantly, justice.
Personal Injury Attorneys in Dallas, Texas Who Produce Dedicated, Driven Results
Our managing attorney and law firm founder, Glen Larson, has represented injured Texans — and injury clients throughout the United States — for more than 15 years with one important goal: To pursue dedicated results for the injured.
Today, we are more than a personal injury law firm in Dallas, Texas.
We are an organization that provides our fellow Texans with access to a skilled team of legal professionals and support staff, investigative resources, research analysts, medical experts, and some of the sharpest minds in accident reconstruction and engineering, so they get top-notch legal representation.
Our Dallas, Texas personal injury attorneys represent our fellow Texans in the following practice areas:
- 18-Wheeler Accidents
- Auto Accidents
- Bicycle Accidents
- Boating Accidents
- Business Interruption Claims
- Catastrophic Injuries
- Child Care Abuse & Neglect
- Commercial Vehicle Accidents
- Company Vehicle Accidents
- Construction Law
- Dangerous Premises Injuries
- Delivery Vehicle Accidents
- Drug & Product Recalls
- DWI Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Homeowner Insurance Claims
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Nursing Home Abuse Neglect
- Oilfield Injuries
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Product Liability
- Railroad Accidents
- Slip & Fall Injuries
- Uber/Rideshare Accidents
- Workplace Injuries
- Wrongful Death
Call us today or contact us online to have one of our skilled Dallas personal injury attorneys or intake specialists come to you, so you can share your story and learn more about your legal options.
Who is Responsible for an Accident Caused by an Uber, Lyft, or Another Rideshare Driver in Dallas, Texas?
Uber, Lyft, and other rideshare options provide a valuable resource for our Dallas residents, and are often one of the safest ways to travel, especially for those who are spending a night in the town and making the conscious decision to not drink and drive.
However, negligent driving can find its way behind any vehicle’s wheel, even when the driver is responsible for paying passengers and the safety of other motorists sharing the roadways.
At Glen Larson Law, our rideshare lawyers in Dallas help our clients understand their financial recovery options after they have suffered injuries involving Uber or Lyft drivers by first determining the at-fault rideshare driver’s designation.
Many Uber and Lyft drivers work for both services to maximize their income, so we must start with which coverage umbrella they fell under during the crash.
If the Uber or Lyft driver was on the clock — either on their way to pick up a scheduled ride or actively transporting a passenger — when the collision occurred, we will pursue the maximum financial recovery options to include the multiple forms of insurance coverage for your injuries and the resulting damages.
When a large company is involved, the stakes go up, and time is of the essence to ensure the supporting evidence is not destroyed before we can preserve it to help build your case.
With seemingly endless resources to position the collision in their favor, rideshare representatives will make sure to point out that they have plenty of firepowers when contacting the injured party.
So do we.
Our Dallas rideshare attorneys respond quickly and aggressively to company representatives with our very own arsenal of collision experts and engineers who help build our cases for success.
If you have been injured by an Uber, Lyft, or another rideshare driver, call our skilled personal injury lawyers in Dallas today to pursue the financial recovery results you deserve.
Who Can Be Held Liable for an 18-Wheeler Accident in Dallas, Texas?
At Glen Larson Law, our team of experienced personal injury lawyers in Dallas have the professional resources to thoroughly investigate a crash involving an 18-wheeler to pinpoint whether the truck’s driver, trucking company, manufacturer, another third-party — or a combination of each — is liable for the collision that injured our clients.
If you have been hurt in a crash with an 18-wheeler, call our skilled personal injury attorneys in Dallas today to schedule a free consultation. We have the experience, leadership, and extended resources to aggressively pursue your injury case inside and outside the courtroom.
How Do I Know if I Have Been Injured in a Collision with a Company or Commercial Vehicle in Dallas, Texas?
While many people use the words commercial and company interchangeably when it comes to vehicle collisions — and who may potentially be responsible — they are quite different.
Here is why.
Commercial vehicles require most operators to have a Commercial Driver’s License, or CDL, to transport goods or paying passengers. These large vehicles may include 18-wheelers, dump trucks, or charter buses, to name a few.
They are also subject to oversight by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and must abide by driver capability requirements, occupancy or freight restrictions, and Hours of Service guidelines.
Company or corporate vehicles can be any type of vehicle that ias used for business purposes, which can include, but is not limited to, passenger vehicles, pick-up trucks, or SUVs, even when it is owned by the driver, instead of a business.
When a vehicle is used for any work purpose — including running work-related errands, traveling to meetings, and employee rental car usage — it can be considered a company vehicle.
While the details regarding who is liable for collisions involving a company or commercial vehicles are increasingly complex, they are no match for our Dallas personal injury law firm’s skillset.
Call our personal injury lawyers in Dallas, Texas today to learn more about our experience, connections, and resources that will help produce dedicated, driven results for your claim.
Contact Our Committed Team of Personal Injury Attorneys in Austin, Texas for a Free Consultation Today
At Glen Larson Law, our clients are the reason we pursue justice each day.
We believe injury victims deserve to have a skilled legal advocate by their side, who will aggressively pursue the negligent person or party who caused them harm, without charging upfront fees, or any fees at all if we do not provide a positive resolution for your case.
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