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...

Ride-Sharing Services Offer Pluses & Minuses

Ride-Sharing Services Offer Pluses & Minuses Texas was one of five states to receive a grant from the Governors Highway Safety Association to encourage ride-sharing services this holiday season. The grant is meant to help drivers make the decision to call an Uber rather t...

Impaired Drivers & Car Accidents

There’s no shortage of dangerous driving on Texas roadways. Car and truck accidents are an everyday reality in Dallas-Fort Worth. For the victims of those accidents, it’s important to understand the cause or causes that led to a crash. The Substances of Impairment Drun...

How Common Are Drunk Driving Fatalities?

How Common Are Drunk Driving Fatalities? The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is currently running a campaign designed to show people the seriousness of drunk driving. The campaign, “Faces of Drunk Driving,” attacks a problem that is more common than many people...

Why Is Less Driving Leading to More Deaths?

There is a normal relationship between how many miles people drive and how many car accidents there are. For example, lower gas prices have long been associated with a rise in highway fatalities, because cheap gas means more driving. One of the few bright spots associated wit...

Truck Drivers Under the Influence of Alcohol & Drugs

In the United States today, impaired truck drivers are a surprisingly big problem. You’d think that anyone responsible for a massive truck in dense traffic would want to be very sober, but this isn’t always the case. Truck drivers are known to face many on-the-jo...