Bicyclists in Texas are protected by law. You need to be aware of your rights and privileges that you may exercise as a bicyclist, and more importantly if you meet with an accident. In 2015, Texas witnessed 51 fatalities for bicyclists. Bike accidents are quite common, and even if these don’t involve fatalities, there is a risk of serious and debilitating injuries. Injuries suffered because of b…Read More
18-Wheeler Accidents Texas
If you have been involved in an 18 wheeler accident, chances are you have sustained fairly, if not extremely serious injuries and you are going to need the assistance of an experienced attorney who can get you the settlement you deserve. Don’t settle for less than the very best. Contact the legal office of Alex Hernandez Jr. today for more information about how we can help you. Alternatively, get all the information you need regarding 18 wheeler accidents and their legal ramifications below on our blog. We are the most trusted personal injury attorneys in Texas and would love to be the legal team you choose to represent you.
When it comes to accidents on the road, there is only so much that you can do. A lot depends on others on the road. While it is always a good idea to ensure safety when driving on the roads, an accident may happen for no fault of yours. That is when you need an experienced attorney to represent your case so that you are not held liable for something that you did not do. You may also be deserving o…Read More
An 18-wheeler is a 40-ton behemoth that can be 70 feet long. It takes special skills to drive an 18-wheeler. Controlling it is not easy, and stopping an 18-wheeler takes up to 40% longer than it takes a car. Slippery roads and poorly maintained brakes can compound matters for large 18-wheelers, tractor trailers and single unit trucks. No doubt, these massive monsters of the highways are marvelous …Read More
Yesterday, on 9th August, an accident west of Orange Grove on FM 624, resulted in the death of a lady driving an 18-wheeler carrying 8,800 gallons of unleaded fuel, half of which spilled on to the road. The driver, pronounced dead on the scene, was an employee of Mission Petroleum Carriers. The accident site near County Road 308 was the scene of hectic activity as Department of Public Safety troop…Read More