If you have noticed more large trucks on Interstate 35W lately, you are not alone. Already, over two million trucks a year pass through Laredo, the southernmost point of I35, on their way north. Moreover, Customs and Border Patrol officials have recently taken steps to increase the flow of traffic.
As doctors better understand the nature and extent of dog bite injuries, the amount of damages has gone up. In fact, average compensation in dog bite claims has nearly doubled since 2003.
Many vehicle collision and other claims hinge on legal loopholes which are relatively easy to explain but rather difficult to visualize. Since so many injury victims in Fort Worth are visual learners, we wanted to examine some of the most common insurance company defenses in a rather nontraditional way.
Police believe that a motorist was intoxicated when he traveled the wrong way on I-30 and collided with two other vehicles.
Since 2014, the average dog bite settlement has increased 16 percent, to over $37,000. Higher medical expenses explain part of that increase. Better understanding and treatment of dog bite injuries play a role as well.