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Truck Accidents and Roadway Lighting

Posted in truck accidents on November 3, 2021

Roadway lighting plays a large role in driver safety. Adequate road lighting makes it easier for drivers to identify signs, other vehicles, and hazards. Though proper lighting is crucial for all drives, it’s particularly important for those manning big rigs. Commercial truck drivers depend on streetlights to guide them down urban and rural roads and…

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What Can I Do If a Sinkhole Has Caused Damage or Injury?

Posted in Premises Liability, Slip & Fall on October 27, 2021

Residents of San Antonio sometimes encounter a threat from sinkholes, which can damage property and injure or kill people. The holes occur more frequently in Texas than any other state. They occur naturally and can form without any obvious warning signs. Texas law includes protections for citizens and insurance companies, but many find these regulations…

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A Guide to Safe Tailgating at Cowboys Stadium (AT&T Park)

Posted in Safety on October 25, 2021

Football season is more than a sport. It brings people together for good times at house parties and tailgating before games. People of all ages tailgate around the Cowboys Stadium, drinking a few beers and enjoying the game atmosphere. However, if you tailgate at the arena, you need to understand the rules so you don’t…

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When Can I Sue for a Parking Lot Injury?

Posted in Slip & Fall on October 22, 2021

Parking lots are the scenes of a variety of harmful personal injuries in Texas every day. Customers may suffer slip, trip, and fall in public or private parking lots, as well as be victims of car accidents, physical assault, or theft. Never assume that because you aren’t inside of a store you don’t have the…

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What Happens If I’m Driving Without a License in Texas?

Posted in Car Accidents on October 19, 2021

Anyone who operates a motor vehicle in the State of Texas must have a valid driver’s license. A license is proof of the legal authorization to operate a motor vehicle. Driving without a license in Texas is a misdemeanor that can come with serious penalties – especially if you cause an accident as an unlicensed…

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Truck Accidents Caused By Driver Fatigue

Posted in truck accidents on October 14, 2021

Commercial trucking companies and their drivers are responsible for the safety of their transports. Commercial trucks pose significant risks of injury and even a wrongful death to other roadway users. They are much larger and heavier than passenger cars, leading to catastrophic collisions. Unfortunately, truck drivers do not always fulfill their responsibility to drive safely….

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What Happens If a Drunk Driver Hits You in San Antonio, Texas

Posted in Car Accidents on October 12, 2021

Driving while intoxicated is a dangerous and reckless driver behavior that causes thousands of injuries and deaths in Texas every year. In 2018 alone, 961 people in Texas lost their lives due to drunk drivers. This represented 26% of all car accident deaths in 2018. If you get into an accident with a drunk driver…

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What Can I Do if My Child Was Injured in a Haunted House?

Posted in Slip & Fall on October 11, 2021

Creepy music, dimly lit passages, and eerie décor set the stage for paying customers seeking to feel startled and scared in the classic Halloween-time haunted house. As costumed employees jump around corners and faux guillotines drop right in front of guests, people suffer premises-related injuries every year. In certain cases, haunted house owners bear responsibility…

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Common Defenses in Trucking Accident Cases

Posted in truck accidents on October 9, 2021

Tractor-trailer accidents can lead to catastrophic property damage, severe injuries, even deaths. These accidents can happen for any number of reasons, including driver errors, faulty vehicle parts, poor maintenance, or aggressive driving. When a person suffers an injury in a trucking accident, he or she may attempt to pursue a personal injury lawsuit against the…

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The Basics of Statutes of Limitations in San Antonio Car Accident Claims

Posted in Car Accidents on September 24, 2021

If you get injured in a car accident in Texas, it is vital that you file an injury claim before the state’s statute of limitations. This is a strict time limit that all injury claimants must obey. With only a few exceptions, if you miss your statute of limitations, the courts will dismiss your case….

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