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The Dangers of Speeding

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Speeding is a Leading Cause of Car Wrecks As drivers hit the road to go to work, school, the grocery store, or anywhere else, a host of distractions arise while driving to their destination. People find themselves speeding, even when they might not realize it. Others have the intention of speeding, whether they are running late or are impatient. Regardless …

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I Got in a Rental Car Accident. Now What?

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The last thing on your mind when vacationing or on a business trip is being in a car accident, but unfortunately, it happens. Often, these accidents occur with rental cars, adding an extra layer of complication. Whether you are a novice when it comes to renting a car, or this is something you do all the time, getting in an …

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Thanksgiving Traffic Accidents

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Thanksgiving is traditionally one of the most widely celebrated holidays of the year. And while this holiday season may look a little different, and family gatherings may be smaller, the same risks will be there. Unfortunately, Thanksgiving is considered one of the deadliest holidays in the United States, especially in traffic accidents. Not only do more people travel for Thanksgiving, …

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Understanding Texas’ Click It or Ticket Laws

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Texas leads the nation for the number of fatal traffic accidents, an honor that is nothing to brag about in the state. Given the high number of deadly car accidents in the Lone Star State, it should come as no surprise that numerous laws have been put in place over the years to protect motorists. One such law emerged in …

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The Growing Number of Commercial Trucks

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A drive around the Dallas-Fort Worth area will quickly tell you that large trucks are everywhere. In recent years, we have seen an increase in the number of commercial vehicles on the highways, interstates, and city streets. Trucking remains the number one industry in America. Although the trucking industry has faced a shortage of qualified drivers in recent years, it …

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Common Types of Large Truck Accidents

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The trucking industry is booming across the United States, especially in Texas. With more than 12.5 million large trucks registered in the U.S., it is no wonder these large vehicles are often involved in deadly accidents. According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), over 100,000 truck accidents result in injuries every year on American highways. Unfortunately, these types …

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What You Should Know About Truck Accidents

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Accidents involving large trucks are more common in Texas than many people realize. As more people move to the Lone Star State and the trucking industry continues to rise in the U.S., we expect to see these numbers increase. In the U.S., commercial trucks are responsible for transporting 70 percent of products. Unfortunately, the trucking industry has a reputation of …

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Pain and Suffering

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Accidents happen every single day here in Texas and throughout the United States. Often, people are left with serious injuries that result in immediate medical attention as well as long-term rehabilitation. In these instances, many are faced with mounting medical bills and loss of wages. Medical bills and lost wages are two of the most common types of damages accident …

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Why Large 18-Wheeler Trucks Cause Car Wrecks

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18-Wheeler Accidents Are Often Fatal 18-wheeler trucks are a vital part of our economy and a common sight on Dallas highways. Large trucks can weigh as much as 80,000 pounds, compared to about 4,799 pounds for the average SUV. This extreme difference in weight is just one of the reasons large trucks can pose severe dangers to other drivers, motorcyclists, …

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Dallas Police Present Plans to Curtail Street Racing

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Street Racing Puts Everyone at Risk Street racing has become a severe problem in Dallas, motivating police and lawmakers to move forward with plans to curtail it. Last month, the Dallas police department reached out to Dallas City Council for support in drafting policies to tackle the city’s street racing problems. The ordinance would make it a crime to both …