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Aaron Allison

1601 Rio Grande Street Suite 520
Austin, Texas 78705

888-300-1476

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Aaron focuses his legal practice in the field of Workers Compensation Law and Personal Injury Trial Law and welcomes the opportunity to lend his knowledge and experience in representing you.

Aaron Allison Proudly Serves Clients In The Following Regions

Austin

Main Office

1601 Rio Grande Street Suite 520 Austin, Texas 78705

Dallas

The City Of Dallas, Texas 75201

Houston

The City of Houston, Texas 77002

San Antonio

The City of San Antonio, Texas 78205
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Workers Compensation

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Aaron Allison is native to Austin.  He shadowed his father, Dick Allison, at the law firm he currently manages since he was 14.  He understands the legal system in Texas and knows how to navigate the workers compensation system.  He is one of only 40 attorneys in Texas that practice workers compensation.

Aaron is a graduate of Southwest Texas State University where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in History. Then, he obtained his law degree from Nova Southeastern University with a focus on Trial Advocacy and Personal Injury Trial Law. He is licensed by the Supreme Court of Texas, as well as the federal court for the western district of Texas. Additionally, he is a member of the bar of the Supreme Court of the United States.
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1601 Rio Grande Street Suite 520
Austin Texas 78705

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San Antonio Texas 78205

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Can’t Get Workers’ Comp in Texas?

Attorney Aaron Allison | 888-300-1476 | FREE Consult After sustaining an on-the-job injury, many workers are surprised to find out that they can’t get workers’ comp in Texas. The state doesn’t require it, so many employers choose to opt out. This puts workers in a pr... […]

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What If I'm in a Car Accident While on the Clock?

Are employers ever responsible if their employees are involved in car accidents? The short answer? Yes. But not always. There are a couple factors that must be true for your employer to be liable for damages sustained in a car accident. When is Your Employer Liable? Here is an example to de... […]

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What is a Third Party Injury Claim?

One frustrating aspect of on-the-job injuries is that employers are often completely protected in the event accidents happen in the workplace. That’s what workers' compensation is for. Yet there are some instances where the situation may involve a third party who is responsible for your injury. This... […]

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Texans: What to Do If Your Employer Doesn't Have Workers' Comp

It’s a fact that most companies are actually required to carry workers’ comp insurance, but the laws are different in Texas. Many companies do NOT provider workers’ compensation to their employees. So what happens if you’re injured on the job and your employer is a non-subscriber? Are you out of luc... […]

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What If I'm in a Car Accident While on the Clock?

What If I'm in a Car Accident While on the Clock?

Are employers ever responsible if their employees are involved in car accidents? The short answer? Yes. But not always. There are a couple factors that must be true for your employer to be liable for damages sustained in a car accident. When is Your Employer Liable? Here is an example to demonstrate a situation where your employer may be liable for damages: suppose your boss asks you to go pick up some clothes from the dry cleaner. Because you were taking an action at the direction of your boss when an accident occurred means the boss has hired you to accomplish a task for him/her. Whether you’re in a company car or not, if you get into an accident—even if the accident was your faul... […]

What is a Third Party Injury Claim?

What is a Third Party Injury Claim?

One frustrating aspect of on-the-job injuries is that employers are often completely protected in the event accidents happen in the workplace. That’s what workers' compensation is for. Yet there are some instances where the situation may involve a third party who is responsible for your injury. This is typically where a third-party personal injury claim comes in. Workers' Compensation Claims Only Cover so Much With workers' comp, you can receive disability benefits and medical payments for your rehabilitation. However what about a worker who dies? What then? Other compensations apply here that wouldn’t be covered under workers' compensation law, which is why surviving members of a family s... […]

Texans: What to Do If Your Employer Doesn't Have Workers' Comp

Texans: What to Do If Your Employer Doesn't Have Workers' Comp

It’s a fact that most companies are actually required to carry workers’ comp insurance, but the laws are different in Texas. Many companies do NOT provider workers’ compensation to their employees. So what happens if you’re injured on the job and your employer is a non-subscriber? Are you out of luck? Not at all. Here’s why: You Have Two Options Available in Texas If Seeking Compensation with a Non Subscriber Texas does in fact serve as the only state where employers can actually choose to obtain workers’ comp insurance policies or operate within the state’s workers’ comp system. You’ll know what your employer has chosen at the time of your injury if your supervisor provides information for... […]