Blog Posts in 2018

  • Why you need an auto accident attorney

    You see us on TV, hear us on the radio, you see billboards and many other ads for personal injury attorneys. To most people, these ads don’t mean much. For some people, they get irritated and accuse us of being “ambulance chasers” and “money hungry.” However, for the victims of personal injuries, car accidents and even death, we make an enormous difference in their lives. Nobody wants to ever get ...
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  • Human error or product failure?

    Auto accidents happen every single day. In most cases, human error is to blame. Speeding, not keeping the distance, running stop signs or red lights, failure to yield and many other human errors are responsible for auto accidents that can create serious injuries. Product failure or negligence? However, a sometimes overlooked cause of an accident is product failure or negligence on the part of the ...
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  • Speeding accident injures victim

    Speeding can kill or injure innocent victims Unfortunately, irresponsible and negligent drivers still take on public roads for street racing, and other dangerous activities while putting others in danger. Recently, a couple of vehicles racing in the Cypress area of greater Houston, injured an innocent driver. Two vehicles were racing, when one of them struck the vehicle of an innocent bystander. ...
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  • Another tire blowout fatality

    As the summer heat increases on Texas highways, so does the risk of having an accident due to a tire blowout. According to a 2003 NHTSA report, an estimated 414 fatalities, 10,275 non-fatal injuries, and 78,392 crashes occurred annually due to flat tires or blowouts before tire pressure monitoring systems (TPMS) were installed in vehicles. The TREAD act mandating use of tire pressure monitoring ...
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  • Memorial Day  opens the summer season

    “It’s summertime!” As we enter Memorial Day Weekend, American, and especially Texans, declare the summer season officially open. As graduations parties and celebrations, wrap up and pools open up and beach houses open up for “the season”, alcohol starts to flow more often and in bigger quantities. As a result, individuals lean towards heavier than normal drinking behavior, leading to more auto ...
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