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. Illinois Man Dies After Crash Between Tractor and Semi Truck

    An Illinois man died after his tractor was hit by a semi. Around 1:37 p.m. Sunday, Illinois State Police were called to a crash on US 45 at Muddy Road. Troopers say 60-year-old Raymond Bowles of Harrisburg was driving a tractor at a slow rate of speed in the right lane of US 45 at Muddy Road. 56-year-old Kevin Voelker of Omaha, Illinois was driving a semi truck on the same section of road at a hig…Read More

  3. What is the Mental Health Effect of a Car Accident?

    Emotions are High in a Car Wreck When you think of a car accident you immediately think of words like "whiplash", personal injury, property damage and the immediate effects of a car crash but what about the mental effects of the car wreck? Those things that you also recognize as "pain and suffering" and intentional infliction of emotional distress are also relevant factors in assessing the damages…Read More

  4. Involved in an Accident in Texas – Take these Steps

    Take the following steps if you’re involved in an accident in Texas – Act immediately – Memorize the following steps that you must take. It may be difficult to gather yourself after the shock and injury, but if you can then ensure that your vehicle does not block the traffic. You are prohibited by law from leaving the scene of an accident without confirming injuries and damage. If you can, h…Read More

  5. Involved in an Accident in Texas – Don’t Make These Mistakes

    If you’re involved in an accident in Texas, you need to know what to do and just as importantly you must know what not to do. The previous article discussed the do’s. This article will focus on the don’ts. Delaying legal guidance Under Texas law, there is a statute of limitations governing the timeframe within which you can file a personal injury lawsuit. This statute may vary with the facto…Read More

  6. Accidents Involving 18-Wheelers – Some Stats

    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