Accident Injury Resources for Texas
An accident injury may have you asking a lot of questions. Texas Personal Injury Attorney Robert White wants to help you find answers. These links may get you started.
The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services can help you find services, report suspected abuse and learn about the Texas state laws that cover your elderly or disabled loved ones.
Get links to your local community health department, product recall information, disaster preparedness guides, support services and more at the Texas Department of State Health Services.
Pressing On Texas is a San Antonio-based non-profit fitness program for Texans with paralysis and other physical disabilities.
Injury Prevention and Control from the Centers for Disease Control includes podcasts and fact sheets about dog bites, falls, fireworks, playground injuries and more.
The National Institute of Mental Health offers videos, downloads and help resources for one of the most common, but invisible, car accident side effects — Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
Amputee Coalition supports and educates amputees, their families and communities. The coalition works with children and adults.
Empowering Amputees is an online social network for amputees to share stories and support.
Support medical research for traumatic brain injury, read the latest medical news and get statistics from the Brain Trauma Foundation.
The United States Administration on Aging National Center on Elder Abuse is the premiere resource for nursing home abuse helplines, laws and research statistics.
National Spinal Cord Injury Association provides a New Injury page with links to news, services and benefits rights especially for new spinal cord injury suffers and their advocates.
Get tips for teen drivers, traffic safety developments, statistics, crash test results and news from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety & Highway Loss Data Institute, a non-profit organization funded by a collective of auto insurers.
Safercar from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration provides an easy 5-star safety rating system for vehicle safety devices and crash test results, plus vehicle recall information, child passenger safety and more.
The Truck Safety Coalition is the joint effort of Citizens for Reliable and Safe Highways (CRASH) and Parents Against Tired Truckers (P.A.T.T.), two grassroots organizations working to decrease the number of truck accident injuries and fatalities.
A national group of volunteers formed the Underride Network to educate law enforcement, trucking companies and government officials about unsafe practices of the trucking industry.
The Motorcycle Safety Foundation has rider tips, state motorcycle laws, product information and more.
Education and current laws from the Texas Department of Public Safety and the Texas Motorcycle/ATV Safety Unit.
National Safe Boating Council provides links to safety information for avid boaters and hobbyists alike.
See the Texas Parks and Wildlife Boating Safety website for local FAQs and regulations.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission lists the latest product recalls and news for everything from clothing and household goods to swimming pools and safety devices.
The Austin, Tex. office of The Public Citizen educates and lobbies specifically for clean energy. The organization as a whole also fights for consumer safety.
The Texas Department of Insurance explains workers’ compensation in our state.
Information about workers’ comp for federal employees, longshore and harbor workers, and coal miners from the United States Department of Labor.
Take Justice Back was formed by a group of trial lawyers to fight for the rights of injured citizens and hold the powerful corporations accountable.