1. Tips For Driving On Icy Roads

    While Texas doesn’t typically experience the snowy winters you’ll find in the Northeast and Midwest, we’re certainly no stranger to hazardous driving conditions. In particular, Texas tends to experience icy roads from time to time, especially during these cold winter months when moisture accumulates on the roads during the day and freezes overnight. That leads us to a common question: If I l…Read More

  2. The Easiest Mistakes To Avoid While Driving

    When you get behind the wheel of a car, you are operating an extremely powerful machine. Even though cars are commonplace in our society, they still need to be treated with care and respect to ensure the maximum amount of safety. Unfortunately, many of the millions of car accidents that occur each year in the United States are avoidable. Drivers often make simple mistakes that cause injuries or de…Read More

  3. Symptoms Of Whiplash After A Car Accident

    When you are involved in a car accident due to the negligence of another driver, serious injuries can occur. One of the most common injuries related to car accidents is whiplash. Whiplash is an injury that occurs to your neck when your head moves rapidly forward and backward, which often occurs during an auto collision. We can examine whiplash by looking at Newton’s First Law of Motion, which in…Read More

  4. Common Delayed Car Accident Injuries

    Common Delayed Car Accident Injuries

    Here at our Corpus Christi law firm (serving all of Texas with our multiple locations), we always tell clients who come to us after a car accident not to sign anything or make any statements claiming they do not have any injuries. This is mostly because if you seek out a car accident lawyer to help you gain compensation for your troubles, you might have injuries that you are not yet aware if. If y…Read More

  5. Fatal Bus Crash Kills One, Injures Dozens in New Jersey.

    The Bergen (NJ) Record (1/25) reports with continuing coverage of the “major bus crash on Route 80 in Parsippany,” New Jersey “that left one dead and dozens of people injured.” According to the story, “the bus and two cars were involved in the crash on the eastbound side of Route 80 Thursday at about 7:30 p.m.” The story reports that the bus company, Adirondack Transit Lines, “has …Read More

  6. Train Crash Leaves 2 Children Dead Near Mathis Texas

    Troopers with the Texas Department of Public Safety say two children were killed and two were transported in critical condition after a train struck a car. The crash happened  just south of Mathis, Texas January 26, 2019. Sgt. Nathan Brandley says a car disregarded a train crossing sign moments before the crash. The car was hit by the train. Sgt. Brandley says when first responders arrived on the…Read More

  7. How Social Media Can Ruin Your Personal Injury Lawsuit

    How Social Media Can Ruin Your Personal Injury Lawsuit

    Many people use social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to keep their friends, family, and followers up to date with their lives. However, if you are in the middle of a personal injury claim following a car accident or other type of incident, you need to be careful about what you post. Something seemingly innocuous can lead to losing your personal injury case or not receiving …Read More

  8. Refinery Work Dangers and Injuries

    The oil and gasoline industry demands a lot from its refinery workers. Oil and gas refineries employ hard-working, dedicated refinery workers who are constantly working with hazardous substances under stressful conditions, often over long periods of time. The upside for many is the pay; according to Chron.com and Glassdoor.com, refinery workers average between $60,290 and $75,620 in hourly wages p…Read More

  9. New Orleans Lawyer Files Lawsuit Over Ending to Saints-Rams Game

    A New Orleans personal-injury lawyer has filed a lawsuit over the controversial finish to Sunday’s Rams-Saints game. Frank J. D’Amico Jr. says he “has been approached by numerous season ticket holders and members of the Who Dat Nation to take legal action” against commissioner Roger Goodell and the NFL in hopes of having the game replayed. D’Amico’s reasoning is Rule 17, Section 2, A…Read More