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May 2018 Archives

Can a trucking company be held responsible for an accident?

One look at the massive semi-trucks often seen traveling on Conroe roads is typically all that is needed to confirm that such vehicles have the potential to cause massive devastation in the event of an accident. If you have already had the misfortune of being in such an accident, then you know this firsthand. Right now, you could be facing massive medical bills due the injuries you and/or your family members sustained in the collision, as well as the expenses needed to repair the damages done to your own vehicle. Who is going to pay for those? 

What to do immediately after a car accident

Texas car crashes are all too frequent events. Whether a fender-bender or something much more serious, there are several things you should – and should not – do immediately after one. First and foremost, never leave the scene unless and until law enforcement officers give you permission to go. If you leave too early, you could face charges of leaving the scene of an accident or even hit-and-run.

What are the DUI penalties in Texas?

Texas has a reputation for being tough, rugged and an individual thinker. It is not a coincidence that it is called the Lone Star State, after all. In keeping with its reputation, Texas takes a tough stance on DUI too. Although DUIs in most states carry the possibility of time in jail and worse, depending on the severity of the offense, many drivers are likely to escape with probation instead of jail and a small fine. That is, assuming the DUI is a standard offense.

Understanding blast injuries

If you work in one of the many Texas refineries, you know that explosions are the most feared accidents. Refinery explosions have the potential to severely injure or kill dozens, if not hundreds, of workers like you. Even nonfatal blast injuries can cause you to sustain multiple bodily traumas.

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