5 Tips to Stay Safe on the Road This Holiday Season

AAA expects more than 120 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more as they hit the road this holiday season. Roads and highways in Dallas and around Texas will be busy, and there could be more accidents than there were the past couple of years when people weren’t drivin...

Who Is at Fault in a Self-Driving Car Accident?

Throughout automotive history, human beings have been behind the wheel and in control of their vehicles. When a crash happened, the cause could usually be traced back to a person, and that person could be held legally responsible for injuries suffered by others. But now, the ...

Traffic Deaths Surge Again in 2022

Early numbers are in for 2022, and the news is not good. The first quarter of the year showed the highest number of motor vehicle accident deaths of any quarter in 20 years. This continues a worrying trend—American roads are getting more dangerous. The Pandemic or Something ...

Hit-and-Run Accidents: 2 Things You Should Know

Hit-and-run accidents can be some of the most challenging collisions to experience. In addition to the physical pain, injury survivors often have to process the mental and emotional pain that comes from being hurt by someone who chose to do the wrong thing.  If you ...

Rear-End Accidents: 3 Things You Should Know

Rear-end accidents happen when one vehicle runs into the back of another. There are many different situations where this happens, including at stop lights and stop signs, in Dallas’s stop-and-go rush hour traffic, and when exiting parking lots.  If you’ve been i...

What If You’re Partly At Fault for a Texas Car Accident?

At our Texas injury law firm, we often hear from people who have been involved in car accidents and who are very worried. They worry that their actions may have made them partly at fault for the collision. They blame themselves and are concerned that they may not be entitled to...

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 an...

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 thr...

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.  ...

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 th...