Slowing Down Texas Drivers

The Texas Department of Transportation is teaming with local law enforcement agencies on a program designed to slow down Texas drivers. “Operation Slowdown” is scheduled to run from June 7th to June 21st. The program is aimed at the number one factor when it comes to car and...

Picking a Car for Your Teen Driver

Experience matters when it comes to safe driving. Teens and other new drivers have long had the highest rates of car accidents, including fatal car accidents. No matter how responsible or reliable your teen driver is, there is simply no substitute for having seen and worked thro...

Where Car Accidents Happen

Where Car Accidents Happen It is very rare to find a car accident that does not involve mistakes by one or more drivers. A typical car crash involves negligent driving of some kind. Some places are more likely to see at-fault car accidents than others.  A re...

The 4 Most Common Car Accident Injuries

The 4 Most Common Car Accident Injuries Every car accident affects the personal injury victim in a unique way. While the injuries you sustained may be common overall, it’s likely that they’re having a very personal effect on you—changing the ways you function in the wor...

Unsafe Vehicle Loophole Closed by Texas DMV

Unsafe Vehicle Loophole Closed by Texas DMV Temporary tags and 30-day permits have been misused to allow unsafe vehicles on Texas roadways. After taking steps to curtail fraudulent tags being issued by car dealers, the Texas DMV has now turned its attention to 30-day permits ...

Government Plan to Slow Down Semi Trucks

Government Plan to Slow Down Semi Trucks Federal officials might finally be moving forward with a plan years in the making. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration recently filed a notice of intent to proceed with rulemaking that would require speed limiters to be p...

Can You Sue a Drunk Driver for Hitting You in Texas?

Can You Sue a Drunk Driver for Hitting You in Texas? Many people think of drunk driving as a criminal activity, and it is. A drunk driver can go to jail, especially if they cause a vehicle crash that injures someone or destroys property. However, in addition to crim...

Texting While Driving: How Lawyers Prove it in Court

Texting While Driving: How Lawyers Prove it in Court Texting is one of the most dangerous things a driver can do behind the wheel. Indeed, research shows that people who compose or read text messages while driving can be up to six times more likely to cause a car acciden...

Texas Trucking Company Declared an Imminent Hazard

Texas Trucking Company Declared an Imminent Hazard There are many things a trucking company must do to be a safe operator. These requirements exist to ensure that company profits do not come at the expense of the driving public. Recently, a motor carrier based in Te...