Overall Traffic Fatalities Dip Nationally and in Texas

Overall Traffic Fatalities Dip Nationally and in Texas

Federal data released on October 22, 2019, show a decline in overall crash fatalities in the U.S. Texas is no longer the country’s most deadly driving state. Most Recent Data Shows Decline in Driving Fatalities Figures released by the National Hi...

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Which Age Group Has the Most Fatal Auto Accidents?

A fatal auto accident occurs somewhere in America every 12 minutes. Conventional wisdom would tell you that the most dangerous drivers on the road are the youngest drivers and the oldest drivers, and they must be the cause of most of these crashes. ...

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Understanding Your Rights After an Accident

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Understanding Your Rights After an Accident

Severe car accidents are traumatizing situations for all involved. While car accidents may result in physical injuries such as whiplash, fractures, lacerations and burns, they can also result in emotional and psychological injuries, invisible to the...

Where Do Car Accidents Happen the Most?

Where Do Car Accidents Happen the Most?

Around 6 million car accidents happen in the United States each year. During these accidents, approximately 3 million people experience injuries resulting from the crash. To avoid an accident, it’s critical to remain vigilant while you’re drivin...

Traffic Fatalities in Texas Dropped in 2018 | Ted B. Lyon

Traffic Fatalities in Texas Dropped in 2018

The Insurance Council of Texas (ICT), which keeps a close eye on traffic statistics, has released its numbers for 2018. The figures, released in February 2019, show a 4 percent drop in traffic fatalities on Texas roadways, from 3,720 in 2017 to 3,567...

Texas Car Accident Deaths Drop, But State Still Has Most Deadly Roads

Recent government data shows that while deaths on Texas roads dipped in 2017, the state is now home to the nation’s deadliest roadways. Figures released in October by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration show 3,722 people lost their l...

What Evidence Makes a Successful Personal Injury Claim?

Personal injury cases require evidence. The more evidence there is to support your claim, the more likely you will obtain the compensation you deserve. Evidence cuts down on the “he-said-she-said” arguments and helps judges and juries understand ...

The Deadliest Roads in Texas

Texas is the second biggest state in the US and has more highway miles than any other state. It is not the most dangerous—that dubious prize goes to California and Florida. Yet, a study last year reported in the Texas Monthly showed that 10 percent...

Car accident in which car ran into home injures pregnant woman

A car accident can happen at anywhere at any time. People who head out on the road as drivers, bicyclists, motorcyclists or pedestrians might not think about the prospect of being in a crash with injuries and fatalities, but the possibility is always...