Biking to Work? Know the Risks

Commuting to work by bicycle when the weather allows has many benefits. It can save you money, help with parking, and keep you in shape, among other things. However, riding a bicycle to work i

We Welcome Our New Attorney

We are very excited to announce that Trial Attorney Eunice Fernandez Moore has joined the Law Offices of George Salinas. Previously, Mrs. Moore worked as an Insurance Defense Trial Attorney

What to Do after a Texas Car Accident

Involvement in a serious car accident can be an extremely stressful experience. In an ideal world, innocent victims would be able to recover compensation for their injuries and other losses auto

Important Information for Work Injury Victims

Dealing With Your Employe Your employer should be prepared to handle the aftermath of a workplace accident and injury. If you’re injured on the job, you should immediately report the injury t

Common Slip and Fall Injuries and Losses

A regular shopping trip can easily turn into a life-changing event, for people who slip and fall. Slips and falls may not sound serious, but they can result in shockingly severe injuries that can

Road Work Accidents: Who Is Responsible?

Road construction is necessary to maintain, repair, and improve roads and highways in and around San Antonio. These work zones, however, create many traffic accident risks—both to construction w

The Value of a Personal Injury Claim

Injuries can happen in any type of preventable accident. Every day, people in the San Antonio area are hurt in car accidents, slips and falls, bicycle accidents, workplace accidents, and other

Establishing Liability in Truck Accident Cases

Truck accidents injure thousands of people in the United States every day. In many cases, people sustain extremely serious injuries, often resulting in substantial medical expenses, lost incom

When Truck Drivers Speed, People Can Get Hurt

In recent years, as many as 3.5 million people worked as commercial truck drivers in the United States. Truck driving allows people to make a good living while seeing the country. The industry,