$15 Million Year for the Loewy Law Firm

The Loewy Law Firm is proud to announce we recovered over $15 Million for our clients in 2017. The recoveries were highlighted by 3 7-figure settlements in the amounts of $8.5 million for a truck crash, $2.5 million for a burn case and $2.2 million for a wrongful death truck case. We recovered significant money for Austin residents involved in car crashes, truck crashes, bike crashes, motorcycle crashes, burn incidents, slip and falls and injuries to children. If you or a loved one have been hurt, call us today. We can help. (512) 280-0800. Read More

Winter Weather Tips for Motorcyclists

Riding a Motorcyle in the Snow

It doesn’t matter if you are a new rider or have been riding for years. Driving a motorcycle in the winter can be vastly different than driving during the warm-weather months. Changing winter weather can greatly affect the way your motorcycle handles, and you must be prepared for what Mother Nature throws at you. As winter takes a stronghold on Texas, cyclists must be ready for icy roads and slick streets. Thanks to El Nino, residents of our great state can expect this winter to be at least 50% wetter than normal. To help you stay safe, here are a… Read More

Truck Versus Motorcycle Crash on FM 812

BASTROP COUNTY, TX – On October 23, 2015, a motorcycle and a car collided on FM 812 near Highway 21. The driver of the car, a Chevy Avalanche, has been charged with two counts of intoxicated manslaughter. According to officials, the crash occurred around 2:00 a.m. at the 2100 block of FM 812. A motorcycle was heading north on the highway when a Chevy Avalanche, heading south, crossed into the northbound lane, hitting the motorcycle head on. The riders on the motorcycle, a 51-year-old man and a 39-year-old woman, were pronounced dead on the scene. The driver of… Read More

U.S. 183 Closed After Accident

AUSTIN, TX – An accident shut down U.S. 183 last Monday for several hours. The accident occurred just south of Austin in the morning hours. One man was taken from the scene with life-threatening injuries and another man died. A man thought to be in his 20s was transported from the scene via helicopter. He had to be extricated from his vehicle by emergency responders. Another man, also thought to be in his 20s, was pronounced dead at the scene. The crash was not cleared until just before 11:00 a.m., nearly two hours after the accident occurred. All… Read More

4 Reasons Why You Must Have UIM Insurance

UIM insurance is extremely important. Our firm has handled countless cases in which this elective coverage is the difference between having ample money for medical expenses and being forced to come up with money because another driver was not properly insured. As an example, here are two settlements in which UIM was crucial: $52K Settlement in UIM Case and $350K Settlement in South by Southwest Crash Case. This handy infographic explains the top four reasons why UIM coverage is so important. As always, if you are involved in an accident and are not sure if your injuries will be… Read More

Austin Needs More ‘No Refusal’ Weekends: Crash Leading to $600,000 Settlement is Proof

The Austin Police Department conducts a July 4th “No Refusal” weekend every year. Many people grumble about the strict measures. However, anyone who has been affected by a drunk driver knows the terrible repercussions of drunk driving. Our personal injury law firm specializes in catastrophic injuries. Some of the worst we have seen? From drunk driving accidents. Two Austin women were driving when a truck slammed into them. The truck belonged to a local Austin company and was driven by one of their employees. The two women suffered painful injuries and were rushed to the ER. The aftermath of… Read More

Adam Loewy Featured in Austin MD Magazine

Adam Loewy was featured in the premiere health and medical community magazine in Austin – Austin MD. The article is a snapshot of how our firm helps clients and gives back to the community. You can read the full piece below. Adam Loewy Practicing law differently sets this attorney apart by Jon Black “We focus on leaving a legacy in our clients’ lives,” says Attorney Adam Loewy. “We aren’t just here to work a personal injury case. We help our clients any way we can whether it’s medical care, counseling or anything else. It doesn’t matter if they don’t have… Read More

Austin Needs More ‘No Refusal’ Weekends: Crash Leading to $600,000 Settlement is Proof

The Austin Police Department conducts a July 4th “No Refusal” weekend every year. Many people grumble about the strict measures. However, anyone who has been affected by a drunk driver knows the terrible repercussions of drunk driving. Our personal injury law firm specializes in catastrophic injuries. Some of the worst we have seen? From drunk driving accidents. Two Austin women were driving when a truck slammed into them. The truck belonged to a local Austin company and was driven by one of their employees. The two women suffered painful injuries and were rushed to the ER. The aftermath of… Read More

Family Sues Bar for Negligence

AUSTIN, TX – A deadly car crash in April took the lives of two young children. The family of the siblings has filed suit against the bar, Cover 2, that allegedly sold the driver of the other vehicle alcohol. According to the lawsuit, the Cover 2 patron continued to consume alcohol until he was drunk. Bar employees then allowed John Alvarado, the alleged intoxicated driver in the collision, to leave the bar. The establishment is located on U.S. Highway 183, just under a mile from Anderson Mill Road. Plaintiffs in the lawsuit are listed as Robby and Crystal Draper. The… Read More

$500,000 Settlement in Motorcycle Accident Case

Loewy Law Firm settled a policy limits case for an Austin man who was badly injured while riding a motorcycle on Bee Caves Road. Our client, the motorcyclist, was pulling out of a Walgreens parking lot. He was blindsided by an elderly driver who was speeding past and could not slow down in time. The collision threw our client off of his motorcycle. Thankfully, he was wearing a helmet – a safety precaution that undoubtedly saved his life. However, he was catastrophically hurt, went to the ER, and was unable to walk for three months. We advocated for the… Read More