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The Law Offices of Juan A. Aguirre in Lewisville and San Antonio, TX are experienced in many different types of accident cases.  If you were involved in any of these types of accidents, give us a call and let us see what our attorneys can do for you:

  • Auto accident
  • 18 Wheeler or Other Big Truck
  • Bus Accidents
  • Motorcycle/Bicycle
  • Slipped and fell/Other Personal Injury Cases
  • Pool/Boating Accidents
  • Burn Injuries/ Plant Explosions
  • Dog Bites
  • Hurt at Work
  • Drunk Driving Accidents
  • Dangerous Drug / Drug Recalls



Never leave the scene of an accident. The law requires that you stop if your vehicle has collided with another vehicle (including motorcycles and bicycles), a pedestrian, an animal, or with someone else’s property. Leaving the scene of an accident scene can result in having your driving your license suspended. Stop your vehicle in a safe place. Be aware of the traffic situation, and any other potential dangers, such as fire.


An accident scene can quickly become a multi-accident scene. Passers-by may impede traffic by slowing down to view the accident. Debris from your collision or your disabled vehicle can pose hazards that can lead to additional crashes. Although it is wise to try and preserve the scene of a collision, putting safety first is vital. Pay attention to road conditions and traffic around you as you exit your vehicle. If it is possible to do so without placing anyone at risk, mark the scene with flares or other warning equipment.


Notify 911 to report any injuries or fatalities and call for medical assistance. Provide the number of injured persons to insure enough emergency personnel responds to the scene. You should do your best to provide immediate assistance to other motorists, passengers or pedestrians that may have been injured in the accident. Do not attempt to move an injured person unless their life is in eminent danger. If possible, wait for the ambulance to arrive.. Report all injuries to the law enforcement officials who respond to the accident scene.


Even if you feel that injuries you sustained in the collision are minor, do not refuse medical treatment at the scene. Too often, accident victims find that the injuries they thought were minor prove to be otherwise. The "adrenaline rush" from the accident can mask your symptoms -- a physical examination may reveal an injury that you do not yet feel. Tell the doctor if you have any loss of memory, headache, blood or fluid in your ear, dizziness, disorientation, nausea, confusion, or any other unusual physical or mental feeling- it is best to be safe, by reporting your symptoms so that the doctor can rule out the possibility of a concussion or brain injury. Also, if you are injured in the accident and sue the other driver, you may find that the other driver argues that your injuries were not related to the accident if you do not have recent documentation.


If you are involved in an accident, you are required to provide certain information to the other parties involved. Likewise, fellow motorists, passengers or pedestrians involved in the accident must share similar information with you. Also, it is often wise to ask for the information of witnesses to the accident just in case you need to have them testify at a later date. It may also be useful to take notes and photographs at the scene of the accident. If you are physically unable to do so, this may be done by relatives who meet you at the scene.

The key information to exchange in the aftermath of an accident includes:

  • Location of the accident
  • Name, address and contact details of person(s) involved
  • Driver license number
  • License plate number of the vehicles involved
  • Make and model of vehicles involved
  •  Auto insurance information for the motorists involved.

It is also important that you make notes about the accident as soon afterward as you are able to do so. This helps ensure that your recall of the circumstances is as fresh as possible. Write down a description of the events that occurred – how the accident happened, including weather, traffic and road conditions. Also make note of any details you think might be relevant. If you are able to make a sketch of the crash scene, do so. Do not forget to document any obstructions or obstacles in the area, signs, pavement issues (such as potholes, uneven lanes or other damage), vehicle skid marks, and the like. Be aware that if litigation results from the accident, you may have to share your notes with somebody that you are suing, or somebody who is suing you.

Call us - your auto accident attorney and personal injury lawyer in the greater Dallas, Lewisville and San Antonio, TX area.

Juan Aguirre

Juan Aguirre and his staff will go to work for you. Schedule your free consultation today! Se Habla Español!

Juan was born in San Francisco to an immigrant mother from Germany and a Mexican American father in the military. He was raised in the west Texas City of El Paso, where, at a very young age, he was inspired by his father to pursue a future in politics by becoming one of the youngest participants in the 1984 Republican National Convention. Based on his tenacity, he was chosen for an opportunity to intern in Washington D.C where he became passionate about studying law. Juan graduated from Texas Wesleyan School of Law in 2005. In his free time, he enjoys Iron Man competitions, golf, camping and grilling out with his family.

Juan has personally endured the tragedy of a motor vehicle accident. In 2003, he lost his beloved sister due to the negligence of another driver. This personal experience enables him to have great empathy for the heartbreak and frustration YOU may be currently going through..

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Clients all over Texas turn to the Law Office of Juan A. Aguirre, PC for legal representation that gets the right kind of results. Whatever you're facing, our team will move quickly to understand the dynamics of your situation and represent you skillfully and compassionately. Your day in court is just around the corner--rest assured we will be there with you.