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Texas semi accident leaves many injured

Most law enforcement agencies have seen more than their fair share of tractor-trailer accidents. Unfortunately, such accidents seem to be happening with more frequency despite increasing federal safety regulations for the trucking industry. The tragic fact is that many 18-wheeler accidents that result in catastrophic injuries and fatalities are often preventable. A recent accident in Texas is still under investigation, but it contains familiar factors.

Texas boy injured by hit-and-run at dangerous intersection

Victims of car accidents may suffer any number of injuries, depending on the severity of the accident. When the accident involves a pedestrian, the odds are against the victim. With no vehicle to protect them, pedestrians often suffer catastrophic injuries from which they may never fully recover. One young victim of a hit-and-run in Texas continues to fight for his life.

Don't forego professional help in your commercial truck accident

It is never wise to handle a personal injury settlement by yourself, and it is even more unwise to try to handle a personal injury settlement alone when it involves a commercial vehicle. If you suffered injuries in an accident involving a commercial vehicle, it is crucial for you to get proper legal help so that you do not miss out on fair compensation.

Jury convicts Texas man who swerved into motorcycle

Those who ride motorcycles know they cannot take their safety for granted. Many accidents involving motorcycles occur because other drivers fail to see the smaller vehicles. However, a viral video about a recent motorcycle accident may cause strong emotions in Texas motorists, whether they ride bikes or not.

Texas driver admits texting before fatal motor vehicle accident

Ten percent of traffic fatalities involve driver distraction, and the number of fatalities seems to increase each year. Despite this, Texas is one of the few states that has not banned texting behind the wheel, although some local ordinances forbid it. The amount of time drivers spend with their eyes on a device rather than on the road is often enough to cause fatal motor vehicle accidents. A recent collision is a prime example of the devastation that may result.

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