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March 2017 Archives

The aftermath of a Texas car accident

Car accidents are never easy to deal with, even the most minor ones. When they become severe, leading to injuries and even death, you and loved ones will have a lot to handle afterwards. The aftermath of a Texas car accident can be stressful, emotional, painful and confusing. Here is what to expect if you are involved in a motor vehicle crash.

Drunk driving accidents in Texas: Statistics and remedies for victims

Car manufacturers have embraced a number of changes in recent years. Advances have been included in vehicles that can help keep cars within their own lane, can cause a vehicle to stop automatically to avoid an accident and can even warn a driver if he or she is becoming drowsy.

Can a lawyer help with insurance after a car accident?

Absolutely! Insurance policies are some of the most confusing and misunderstood documents of modern times. The language used in these policies is difficult for the layman to understand. As such, many Texas motorists have no accurate idea of what their policies actually cover. After you have been injured in a car accident is no time to learn how your policies will or will not cover your medical expenses.

Intoxicated driver causes wrongful death near rodeo grounds

A defendant has already been identified in a fatal crash that occurred near Houston's NRG Stadium on March 7. The wrongful death crash left one victim dead after the at-fault driver struck another car and then ran into buses that were being used for transportation for rodeo attendees. The at-fault driver, age 43, is being charged with intoxication manslaughter. He is thought to have been drunk at the time of the collision.

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