If you’re dealing with a recent personal injury accident, there’s often uncertainty going forward. After you sign with a lawyer, how do you know they really have your best interests in the case? These resources provide quick information about topics relevant to personal injury cases. Use this information to equip you when meeting with lawyers who may take on your case.

How a Personal Injury Case Works

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How does the process start and how long will my case take? This infographic answers common questions about how a personal injury case works.

Find out when to hire a lawyer, how you can get a maximum settlement, and why many personal injury cases do not go to trial.

Documenting a Personal Injury Case:

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In every case, proving the extent of the injuries and who is at fault can make or break a personal injury case. Getting the maximum settlement can rest on these documents. See why police reports, medical bills, and photo evidence are all part of a car accident or injury case.

McMinn Law Firm’s guide to documenting a personal injury case.

2015: Austin’s Most Dangerous Year for Traffic Deaths

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Why did Austin traffic accident deaths rise more than 60% from 2014 to 2015?
These videos and infographics examine Austin’s record high number of vehicle crash fatalities in 2015.

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Bicycle Rights Safety Campaign

Bicyclist safety is near and dear to the hearts of us at McMinn Law Firm.  We’re honored to sponsor  – with amazing cycling and safety groups around Austin – the Bike Rights Austin campaign.  Visit the campaign page here.

Personal Injury and Accident Law Practice Areas

Visit the Practice Areas page to find information about specific types of injury and accident cases.

Criminal Law 101 for Personal Injury Case Clients

The at-fault parties in a personal injury case sometimes are subject to criminal charges. Click here for basic descriptions of relevant criminal charges and related topics.