Category: car accidents

Avoiding distractions can save a life. Plan ahead before you drive. Go Hands-Free. Avoid eating while driving. Keep your passengers under control. Use a co-pilot. These are just a few suggestions to avoid serious injury or death.

If you are in a Texas car wreck, does the insurance company have to pay off your auto loan if you owe more than the car is worth?

On September 1, 2017, Texas law now includes a ban on texting while driving. Except, the new Texas law is full of loopholes.

Dash cameras preserve evidence of a car wreck in video format. Having video evidence helps prevent liars from getting away with lying.

A Texas personal injury lawsuit must be filed within two years of the injury. However, there are a few exceptions to this rule.

First, An Analogy When I was a kid, I collected baseball cards. As often as possible, I would purchase the Beckett Baseball Card magazine that literally listed every baseball card by year, player, and “value.” I would get extremely excited when my Ryne Sandberg rookie card or my Wade Boggs rookie card would get a […]

Personal Injury Protection Insurance, commonly referred to as PIP, is a type of coverage that pays for a portion of the covered individual’s medical expenses after he or she is injured in a car accident.

What happens if you get in a car wreck and you owe more than what the car is worth? Gap insurance may be your answer.

Investigators looking into a fatal Texas tractor trailer accident near Dallas claim that the chain-reaction wreck that also left two people injured was caused by an 18 wheeler that failed to stop. A report from the Texas Department of Public Safety showed that the driver of the tractor trailer rammed into the rear of a […]

A report from the U.S. Department of Transportation showed that the number of fatal 18 wheeler accidents has increased since 2009. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration reported that the number of fatal accidents involving large trucks or buses increased by 8 percent from 2014 to 2015, and by 20 percent from 2009 to 2015. […]