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August 25, 2014 | Firm News

How Common are Trucking Accidents?

While commercial trucks are involved in only a small percentage of all accidents, they pack a high fatality rate. A passenger vehicle is no match for an enormous 18-wheeler. So when these accidents occur, tragedies almost inevitably ensue. Approximately half a million trucks get in accidents across the United States in a given year, resulting…

August 20, 2014 | Firm News

What Constitutes Negligent Driving in Texas?

A driver is doing 60 in a 25 mph zone, and can’t stop in time when a kid’s skateboard suddenly shoots into the road, followed by the kid retrieving it. A driver is only going half a block on what appears to be a deserted street, so ignores a one-way sign, causing a collision. Another…

August 12, 2014 | Auto Accidents

What if a Friend Crashes My Car?

Most of us have loaned our truck to a friend who’s moving between apartments, or our car to someone whose own auto is in the shop. Perhaps your boyfriend or roommate routinely help themselves to your keys to do their errands. But next time someone starts to close in on your driver’s seat, take a…

August 6, 2014 | Firm News

Texas Texting and Distracted Driving Laws

People send more than 171.3 billion text messages per month in the U.S. and its territories. Quite a few of these are sent while driving. When it comes to banning texting while driving Texas is, not surprisingly, one of the nation’s last holdouts. Despite the fact that one in four crashes involves distracted drivers, and…

August 1, 2014 | Practice

Why Choose a Board Certified Attorney?

“Board certified” is one of those terms that sound good. But unless you’re very familiar with the legal profession, your eyes will skim over the term uncomprehendingly when you read it on a website or an attorney’s business card. So what does it mean to be a board-certified attorney? And why should you, the consumer,…