Accident & Safety Articles

Oct
31

How to Drive Defensively in Inclement Weather

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Did you know that rain causes more fatalities on the road than snow? Frozen roads may seem more dangerous. However, a federal data shows that rain causes the most driving fatalities in 39 out of 50 states in the U.S. According to the Texas Department of Transportation, 50,013 automobile crashes occurred during rainy weather conditions in […]

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Do you like to text while driving? Unless you also like breaking the law, you should break that habit immediately. Effective September 1, 2017, House Bill 62 introduces the first Texas statewide ban against texting while driving. Texas governor Greg Abbott opted not to veto over 670 bills from the 2017 Legislature back in May. This […]

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Anyone who lives in a  large metropolitan area, like Dallas or Fort Worth, knows that large trucks are an everyday occurrence.  A car accident is bad enough.  But when a large truck is involved, the stakes are much higher. According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), approximately 415,000 crashes involved large trucks in […]

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May
31

How Bad are Texas Drivers?

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Do you live in Texas, whether it be Dallas, Fort Worth or any other major city? If so, then you have probably been in a car accident. When it comes to driving, are we among the best?  The statistics look surprising.  Maybe even scary.  But when considered in light of the more populous areas like […]

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Apr
14

Five Things Every Motorcyclist Should Know

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Maybe you ride your motorcycle strictly for transportation. Or, maybe you ride just for fun. Either way, you need to know the laws in Texas that govern motorcycle operation, and the rights that you have as a motorcycle operator. For starters, Texas offers multiple levels of motorcycle instruction. The basic motorcycle operator’s license is a “Class […]

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Apr
01

Should I Admit Fault in a Car Accident?

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When a car accident happens, whether on the roads of Dallas, interstate highways or back road of Texas, you are naturally rattled and upset. You may even admit fault before you fully understand the circumstances that caused the accident in the first place. However, the scene of an accident is never the place to make […]

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Texas Transportation Code, Section 550.065 is the law that governs the release of accident reports. However, the legislature just passed House Bill 2633, which amends Section 550.065.  This new law limits who is allowed to obtain car accident reports. Why is this necessary? When a car accident happens and the police make a report, the […]

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Jan
25

Top Five Causes of Car Accidents

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Since 1994, I have handled a countless number of personal injury cases in Dallas, Fort Worth and throughout North Texas.  Because the vast majority of those cases involved car accidents, I have come up with my top five most common causes of car accidents: 1.  Driving While Intoxicated or Under the Influence.  Car accidents due […]

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Oct
31

Hit And Run…Left the Accident Scene

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Hit and run car accidents are unfortunately way too common.  Sometimes people just panic and leave the scene, and other times there is something that the hit and run driver is trying to avoid.  Maybe the other driver doesn’t have a driver’s license, insurance, is driving while intoxicated, or just doesn’t want to get in […]

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Oct
18

How to Win a Slip and Fall Case

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What are your chances of winning a case if you were injured in a slip and fall accident or a trip and fall?  That all depends on what caused you to fall.  Any personal injury lawyer in Texas will tell you that slip and fall cases are some of the most difficult cases to win. […]

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Aug
30

Tips to Stay Safe this Labor Day Weekend

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Labor Day is a US national holiday which commemorates the social and economic contributions of labor workers in America.  It has been observed since 1894, but with the decline of union membership, the holiday has been used as an opportunity for cookouts and large gatherings of family and friends.  With the many celebrations over the […]

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