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January 2022

When Are Trucking Companies Liable?

To keep everyone safe on the road, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has enacted several rules and regulations for commercial truck drivers. Trucking companies and their drivers have a responsibility to follow these laws, which include hours-of-service rules, weight limits, and training requirements. Unfortunately, some trucking companies ignore these laws and commit illegal acts, putting all motorists at risk of a…

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How Dangerous Is Texting While Driving?

To drive safely, motorists need to focus their full attention on the road. Any distraction that takes the mind, eyes, or hands off the act of driving can be extremely dangerous. Unfortunately, many drivers engage in distracted driving, focusing their attention on electronic devices instead of the road. Texting while driving is a particularly dangerous act. If you are injured by a driver…

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How Courts Assess Liability in an 18-Wheeler Accident

Commercial 18-wheeler trucks are significantly larger and heavier than the average car. Any type of accident that involve these vehicles can be very dangerous and catastrophic, resulting in severe injuries and devastating fatalities.  You can recover compensation for a truck accident through a lawsuit but proving liability in an 18-wheeler collision can be complex. To protect your future claim, it is important to…

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The 5 Most Dangerous Driving Holidays

Motorists have a responsibility to drive safely. Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs is not only highly illegal in Texas, but it is also extremely dangerous and puts everyone on the road at risk of an accident. Unfortunately, intoxicated driving is more common on certain days of the year compared to others. Certain holidays can be very dangerous for driving due…

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Can you File a Lawsuit for Carbon Monoxide Poisoning?

Every year, hundreds of Americans die or suffer from severe injuries due to carbon monoxide poisoning. This colorless, odorless gas can poison people and animals if it builds up indoors, leading to severe complications. If you were injured or lost a loved one due to carbon monoxide poisoning, you may be eligible for legal action—but only if someone else’s actions are responsible for…

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