April Car Wreck Blog

April is typically Distracted Driving Awareness Month, but The National Safety Council (NSC) has postponed observing Distracted Driving Awareness Month amid concerns stemming from the spread of COVID-19. That doesn’t mean we can’t observe it on our own. Here are some crashes reported in Texas over the last several days:

Houston, Texas

A multiple-vehicle accident Wednesday, April 9, 2020 in north Houston is being blamed on a distracted driver who told Harris County sheriff’s deputies that he was distracted by a spider, causing him to hit three vehicles, pushing one of them into another car. Photos from the crash show multiple damaged vehicles, three of which were parked at the time of the accident.

Tyler, Texas

Around 10:30 p.m. Friday, April 10 th, Troopers responded to a fatal crash on FM-856, about five miles southwest of the city of New Summerfield near Tyler, Texas. The investigators’ preliminary report indicates that the driver of a 2008 Dodge Saturn, Joe Roy White, …

Remote Workspaces and The Evolution of Technology in Advanced Personal Injury Firms

Bringing Your Work Home with You:

Remote Workspaces and The Evolution of Technology in Advanced Personal Injury Firms

I’ve been monitoring feedback within articles, news reports, and social media posts written mostly by employees from companies who have responded to the Coronavirus epidemic by sending everyone home to work remotely. One thing I’ve noticed is that overall, it’s a ‘win’ for employers and employees alike. My conclusion of course comes after weighing the positives and negatives. I thought it might be helpful to take some of the most prevalent topics from my reading and comment on them from a personal injury attorney’s perspective. Helpful to whom? Not sure, but any firm who isn’t in the know yet might be wise to not only check out my comments below, but also to do their own research…and fast.

Why did it take so long for firms to make the shift, even without taking COVID-19 into account?

From an employer’s perspective, accountability is …

What To Do In Case Of A Car Accident

In case of a car accident usually you are in the middle of the road or at an intersection.

If you haven’t been injured today seriously what you need to do is actually move over. If you have been seriously injured in the car wreck then don’t move and just wait until someone shows up,

A lot of people who just kind of stay in the middle of the road and wait for the police to come wait for the place show up and actually there are law that says you get move over that says carefully and consciously as possible move over to decide it can be the shoulder and then wait for the police to show up.

If you can wait for the police, do an insurance exchange with them present to have the adverse drivers information put on a crash report.

If you are in one of those Texas cities where there are not enough resources to …

Two Dead and Two Injured in Fatal Semi-Truck Accident in Arizona

Call Now ButtonClick Phone to Call