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February 2018 Archives

Texas man one in a long line of fatalities on dangerous road

Certain stretches of highway seem to see more accidents than others. Sometimes it is because of the engineering of the road or the environmental conditions that make it difficult for drivers to negotiate, especially if they are unfamiliar with the area. Residents along one stretch of highway in Texas say enough is enough, and they want the Texas Department of Transportation to do something to improve the route for travelers.

Texas accident leaves 1 dead, many questions

Perhaps no one knows better than a motorcyclist that road situations can change in the blink of an eye. Those who travel the Central Expressway in Texas understand that traffic conditions are tense, at best, and that any bit of debris left in the road can create a deadly hazard. One motorcyclist and his passenger recently came across a traffic hazard that resulted in tragedy.

Texas men facing felony charges after drag racing fatalities

Driving is serious business. After all, motor vehicles are dangerous weapons when not driven responsibly and cautiously. Drivers who use the highway as a playground may end up bringing untold tragedy to those with whom they come in contact. Two Texas men are facing criminal charges for their part in a deadly motor vehicle accident that occurred while they were allegedly drag racing.

Look carefully at settlement offers from insurance companies

In the days after a serious collision, you're likely reeling from the sudden changes in your life. Not only must you arrange for repairs to or a replacement for your vehicle, you also may have serious injuries that require treatment. You might miss several days' of work (or longer) and lose income while you recover. That can create a difficult financial situation.

Will Texas lower the legal BAC limit?

Despite increasingly stricter laws concerning drunk driving, people continue to get behind the wheel after consuming alcohol. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that 28 people die in alcohol-related accidents each day. For this reason, there is a growing movement to lower the legal blood alcohol content from .08 to .05. Whether Texas lawmakers will consider this recommendation remains to be seen.

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