Pedestrian Accidents

An Unlikely Effect of the Pandemic: Rising Pedestrian Fatalities

Pedestrian Accidents

Since the beginning of the pandemic, the United States had seen an increase in pedestrian deaths at the hands of motorists. While many people have minimized their driving time due to varied...

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Who Can be Held Liable when a Bus Strikes a Pedestrian in Texas?

Pedestrian Accidents

If you or someone you love was struck by a bus, you are probably wondering how to reclaim your life. A well-versed bus accident attorney could explain the ways in which different...

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More than 600 Pedestrians Died in Texas Last Year

Pedestrian Accidents

Yes, you read that right. Over 600 pedestrians died in Texas last year. What is more, the long-term trend in Texas and throughout the United States is ominous for pedestrian deaths and...

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Deaths from Cars Running Red Lights are at a 10-Year High

Car Accidents, Pedestrian Accidents, Truck Accidents

According to the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, the number of people killed in automobile and truck wrecks from drivers running red lights reached a 10 year high in 2017. Continual increasing...

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Tips and Tricks for Cross-Examining a Defendant Driver

Car Accidents, Pedestrian Accidents, Personal Injury

One of the most critical moments in a car accident personal injury trial is the cross-examination of the defendant driver. Often, a capable personal injury attorney can expose traffic violations and other...

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Update on the Unfair Insurance Tactic of Swoop and Settle in Texas

Bicycle Accident, Car Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Pedestrian Accidents, Personal Injury, Truck Accidents

Earlier last month, I wrote about another reason not to talk to an insurance adjuster. In that blog, I wrote about testimony that I provided to the Texas House Insurance Committee on...

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Pedestrian Deaths at a 28-year High

Pedestrian Accidents

According to the Governors Highway Safety Association, pedestrian deaths in the United States are at a 28-year high, rising 4 percent to a total of 6,227 fatalities in 2018. Analysis by the...

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Serious Scooter Accidents on the Rise

Pedestrian Accidents, Personal Injury

Last week I spent some time in Austin, protecting Texas families from bad bills and advocating for good bills. It is a biennial tradition beginning in January every odd numbered year and...

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Halloween Safety Tips for Pedestrians and Drivers

Car Accidents, Pedestrian Accidents, Personal Injury

Halloween is a favorite of children and adults. Kids get to dress up and trick-or-treat, while adults get decked out for costume parties. October 31st can be a night of funny ghouls...

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The Dangers of Car Accidents in School Zones

Car Accidents, Pedestrian Accidents

School zones in Texas are a protected stretch of roadway around a campus where speed limits are reduced during school hours and cell phone use is prohibited. Both regulations are designed to...

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