Berenson Injury Law’s year in review

Goodbye 2010s

It is hard to believe that another decade is coming to an end. My, how time has flown, right?

As an example, Mr. Berenson was attending the board of directors meeting and annual convention of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association downtown at the Hilton Hotel last month. He loves history and old photographs and spotted this one that captured President Kennedy’s last morning in front of the hotel.

Mr. Berenson still vividly remembers JFK’s death being announced to his fourth grade class in Nashville in 1963. The photo is a stark reminder that you never know what the future will bring.

Another outstanding year

2019 has been another great year for our firm. We worked tirelessly representing several hundred injured North Texans to get them the compensation they deserved. More information about some of those lawsuits and claims is here.

The best part of the year has been getting to know so many wonderful people. And we are delighted that they all reported that they were very happy with their results. Thank you to our wonderful clients for allowing us the privilege of representing you and for writing all of those 5-star reviews. For example, here is a typical one written by a very nice woman from Dallas:

★★★★★ Very good lawyer, excellent work team, they treat you like family and fight for the right thing for you, I am very satisfied with their services. I highly recommend them!

More reviews are here (for those people who have been injured in a collision and are researching a car accident lawyer).

Community service

Mr. Berenson has spent many hours and devoted substantial resources into his favorite community projects, especially education, nutrition, and fitness.

Among other activities he

  • donated to and delivered for Meals on Wheels and donated to the Tarrant Food Bank,
  • donated to and served again on the advisory board of directors of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (and placed third in MADD’s 5K race because it was such a small one),
  • mentored and gave out Christmas presents to the elementary school he adopted 15 years ago, and
  • sponsored the Cowtown Marathon’s C.A.L.F. race for children.

Information for the public

From new laws that affect North Texas drivers to how to  win trials and obtain the biggest out of court settlements, we have posted useful articles to inform the public about car, truck 18-wheeler, motorcycle, and pedestrian crash cases – the only cases we handle. We stay on top of the latest legal cases and developments. Many other posts are here.

Car and truck collisions

1. Texas car accident laws to know after crash

2. Red Light Cameras Legal: Texas Supreme Court

3. Vision Zero adopted to end Fort Worth car crash deaths

4. How to win mediations

5. Texas UIM benefits to be easier to collect: new decision

Commercial truck crashes

1. Key federal regulations for 18-wheelers

2. Fatal commercial truck crash in Texas: what to do

3. Tractor trailer crashes have to be stopped

4. How America’s trucker shortage is making our highways more dangerous

5. How good truck accident investigation can win case

Looking forward to the 2020s

Mr. Berenson is excited that 2020 marks his 40th year practicing personal injury law in Fort Worth.

He will keep fighting for injured Texans. Based on the crazy way that people drive, he expects that it will be another busy year for his firm. And we are working up several catastrophic crash cases for trial.

Mr. Berenson will also continue to support North Texas. He believes he has an obligation to give back to the community.

He and his team will also keep blogging about issues that affect the safety of drivers and advocate for change. We will discuss the future of DFW’s transportation in our next post. Who knows what North Texas traffic will look like in the years ahead?

Happy New Year from the Berenson Injury Law. 

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