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Texas newlyweds killed in car crash just after the wedding

August 30, 2019

Two young Texas newlyweds promised last week to stay together and love each other until death parted them. Unfortunately, that event happened much sooner than anyone anticipated. They left the courthouse where they had just exchanged vows in a car last Friday afternoon when another vehicle reportedly crashed into theirs and killed them instantly. The…

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Negligent entrustment in Texas

August 9, 2019
Houston Car Accident Lawyers

Many in Houston may incorrectly assume that those who seek legal action following a car accident are simply trying to profit of the incident. In reality, a lawsuit may be the last thing on your when dealing with the consequences of a car crash. Yet their may be times when you are forced into seeking…

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How can I ensure my child is safe while driving?

July 20, 2019

Driving in Houston is stressful enough on its own. Driving with kids can be even more harrowing, especially when it comes to distractions and other issues. You want to rest assured that your child is safe and secure within a vehicle whether you’re driving across town or across the country. That’s why Consumer Reports offers the following…

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What does comparative negligence mean for your accident claim?

July 7, 2019

The aftermath of a car accident is frightening. If you suffered injuries in a crash, you understand how complex it can be to try and put the pieces back together. From dealing with your injuries to facing the mounting medical bills, you may be unsure of where to start and how you can move forward….

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Can you help victims of an automobile accident?

June 24, 2019
Car Accident Victim

There is not much as terrifying as witnessing a car accident happen right in front of you when you are commuting in Texas. Preventing shock from debilitating your senses is important to help you safely navigate the scene and help the victims as you wait for medical personnel to arrive.  Being prepared with ways that…

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City could be sued for car crash

February 14, 2019

Cristyn Cordova was driving on busy Colorado Boulevard in Los Angeles when another car veered into her lane. Cristyn was forced off the road into the median, where she struck a large magnolia tree. She and three of her passengers died. Cristyn’s family sued the other driver, but they also sued the city, claiming that…

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Texting while Driving is Deadly…and Rampant

September 14, 2018
Erie car accident lawyer

As I ride to work on I-10, when the traffic slows, I see about half the drivers looking down at their phones. Surprising? Hardly. Terrifying? Absolutely. It’s terrifying that the technology in our hand has such power over our minds, that for a text or a post or an instant message-for their immediate and ephemeral…

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Car Crash Victim Gets Both Insurance and Disability Payments.

July 4, 2016

A woman who became disabled after a car accident can be compensated for her lost wages under her auto insurance policy, even though she’s also receiving Social Security disability benefits, according to a federal judge in Pennsylvania. Francine Smith became totally disabled after a car crash with another driver. The other driver had a $100,000…

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South Texas: Bus Rollover Claims 8 Lives, Many Others Injured

May 15, 2016

Another catastrophic bus rollover in South Texas has claimed the lives of 8 passengers and has injured another 44 passengers.  Authorities say the chartered bus belonging to OGA Charters was headed from San Juan, Texas, in the Rio Grande Valley, to Eagle Pass, Texas.  The crash happened on US 83 north of Laredo in Webb…

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Auto Accidents Are Not Accidents.

April 22, 2016

On any given day on the highways and streets of Houston, there are motor vehicle collisions.  People call them car “accidents,” but the truth is that these are no accidents.  Why?  Because the drivers that cause these crashes have the ability to prevent them, but instead they make dangerous decisions.  They decide not to look…

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