Month: February 2016

    Many Houstonians are attacked by vicious dogs each year. Of course, the media and authorities warn of certain breeds with dangerous propensities, but in reality, any breed of dog may be susceptible to harming an innocent bystander. According to DogsBite.org, dogs killed 360 Americans between 2005 and 2015. Texas had the highest number […]

  Motorcycle rider suffers deadly fall from highway A motorcyclist is dead after losing control flying off the entrance ramp of Loop 610 near the Eastex Freeway in north Houston. The single vehicle collision occurred early Saturday morning.  Authorities estimated the man fell about 40 feet after tipping over the guardrail.  The investigation into the […]

Boy burned saving puppies in north Houston A 6-year-old boy sustained serious burns requiring hospitalization while attempting to save his puppies on Friday.  According to authorities, the boy’s family was burning trash at their residence located in the 3500 block of Rosemary Lane.  The house caught fire, and the boy rushed in for his puppies.  […]

School bus involved in fatal head-on collision A Cy-Fair ISD school bus was involved in a deadly head-on collision Monday morning in northwest Houston. Darlene Knish was traveling eastbound on the 14000 block of FM 529 when a Ford F-150 pick-up made a wide right turn from a side street striking the right quarter panel […]

    A quick trip can quickly turn unpleasant because of unexpected traffic. These days, many drivers have tossed out their maps and rely upon their smartphones or built-in GPS to navigate them on their journeys. Why not use the same tools to avoid traffic, too? Many apps and built-in GPS systems come with features […]

Single-vehicle crash injures driver and kills passenger A dramatic single-vehicle collision claimed the life of a male passenger and seriously injured the male driver during the early morning hours of Saturday in southwest Houston. According to the Houston Police Department, a silver Chevrolet Camaro was traveling eastbound on the 11700 block of the South Sam […]

Fatal bus crash near Comanche A bus loaded with Texas Department of Corrections inmates traveling from Abilene to Huntsville was involved in a severe collision Friday morning a rural highway near Comanche resulting in a death of a pick-up driver and hospitalization of over twenty inmates.  The Texas Department of Public Safety indicated the driver […]

  Documenting a car crash is imperative to your personal injury case. One of the most effective ways to do this is with pictures. The following pictures are crucial evidence in proving your personal injury case: Scene Photos—Take as many pictures as you can at the scene of the crash before the vehicles are moved. […]

  Terry Bryant has more than 30 years of experience in representing personal injury claimants injured through no fault of their own. With this experience comes knowledge on how to help you, as our client, participate in your personal injury case. Our firm has developed many ways to keep you involved in the process of […]

    The State of Texas requires drivers to maintain financial responsibility, which means that all drivers must have a valid auto insurance policy. Unfortunately, drivers in Texas are only required to carry liability insurance with minimum policy limits of $30,000 per claimant and $60,000 in total coverage for each accident. Selecting the right insurance […]