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Flood Safety Tips

Floods can occur anywhere, with floodwaters rising gradually or flash floods striking suddenly. Flash floods are the number one weather-related killer in the United States — most flood fatalities happen because people try to drive through deadly waters rather than avoid them. Water’s powerful force can easily overtake vehicles caught … Continue reading

5 Common Causes of Motor Vehicle Accidents

Motor Vehicle Accidents occur every day. Thousands of these accidents result in serious injury and death. In 2013, there were 30,057 fatal motor vehicle crashes in the United States. These accidents can happen due to almost any reason. Below is a list of five common causes of car accidents and … Continue reading

Should Texas Ban Texting While Driving?

As the pace of everyday life becomes increasingly frenetic, it seems that more people are trying to multitask. The multitude of things vying for people’s attention can become dangerous when people are driving. Despite the well-known dangers of distracted driving, the problem continues to grow. Texting and driving in Texas … Continue reading

How Long Do I Have to File a Lawsuit?

There is a general rule in Texas that you have two years. But there are also notice requirements that are important. For instance, some claims like a claim against a governmental entity, whether it’s a federal or local or state entity, the government has to give you permission to sue … Continue reading

Navigating Through a Work Zone Safely

Distracted driving is one of the largest, yet preventable, causes of crashes on our nation’s roadways. Hundreds of road construction workers are injured and/or killed every year due to a distracted driver. Road construction workers across the nation witness distracted drivers passing through work zones, usually inattentive to the reduced … Continue reading

Watch For Road Construction Workers

The next time you feel inconvenienced by road construction, try to put yourself in a road construction worker’s steel toed boots. Angry sneers and obscene gestures from harried drivers are the least of the challenges that road construction workers face daily. The construction season, in many parts of the nation, … Continue reading