Texas enacted a statewide ban on texting and driving on September 1st, 2017. Currently, in the State of Texas, you can only use your phone to play music, operate a GPS, report a crime, or seek emergency help while you are driving. This law could have massive repercussions for the people of Texas. As a Houston personal injury attorney, I want you to stay safe on the road. Keep reading about what the law might mean for you and your family. Penalties for Texting and Driving House Bill 62, which is the law that stipulates the ban, makes texting and… Read More
Houston is the center point of many trucking companies and is a city through which many trucks traveling cross country pass. With the presence of these trucks, truck accidents occur frequently. Though they are important to many of the industrial or commercial undertakings that run our cities, trucks are often the cause of vehicular accidents and roadside injuries because of their enormous size, heavy loads and the heavy traffic on our roads. According to annual statistics from the U.S. Department of Transportation, there are at least 500,000 truck-related accidents recorded in the country every year. Around 5,000 of these result… Read More
If you are involved in a truck or boating accident that causes damage or perhaps injuries to you and your passengers, filing a claim seems to be the natural first step. However, you must take certain steps for you to maximize the chances your claim will go through quickly. Here are some of the basic steps you must take in their proper order so you can get the just compensation you deserve. Report the Accident to the Authorities Any road accident that causes damage or injury must be reported to the police or authorities governing the waterways. This is a… Read More
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