Studies Find Distracted Drivers Also Impede Emergency Vehicles

By devDistracted Driving

Studies by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), dating back to at least 2008, have consistently shown the dangers posed by distracted driving. Drivers who are busy texting, making phone calls, eating, or performing other tasks behind the wheel are more likely to cause serious injuries to other motorists, bicyclists, or pedestrians. Now, studies are showing that distracted drivers …

Four Ways to Improve Your Texas Lemon Law Case

By devLemon Law

You’ve recently purchase a new car and after multiple trips to the dealership and repeated repairs, your vehicle simply does not work like it should. If you suspect you have a lemon law claim, talk to an experienced Texas lemon law lawyer for specific advice. Texas’s lemon law allows vehicle owners to seek compensation if they’ve purchased a new vehicle …

May Is National Bike Month. Are You Ready to Ride?

By devBicycle Accidents

May is National Bike Month. The weather in Texas is beautiful, and bicyclists all over the state are taking advantage of it by heading outdoors for a ride. Experienced Texas bicycle accident lawyers encourage riders to stay safe as they enjoy their favorite sport. One of the easiest ways to prevent a bicycle wreck is to make sure your bicycle …

How to Share the Road Safely With Bicycles

By devBicycle Accidents

Texas motorists have probably noticed an increase in bicyclists on our state’s roads. As the weather warms up, riders of all ages are cleaning off their bikes and hitting the streets. Although bicyclists have the same legal right as motorists to use the roads as long as they follow all traffic laws, experienced Texas car accident lawyers know that sharing …

May Is National Electrical Safety Month

By devProduct Liability

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) estimates that over 400 people suffer electrocution in U.S. households each year. Nearly half of these accidents occur when a common household item either has an electrical defect or is used improperly because its owners did not have the information they needed to protect themselves against electrocution. In the workplace, about 4,000 people …