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Trash Truck Accident Attorneys in Houston

The streets of Houston are full of garbage trucks, also called ‘Dump Trucks’. They are an excellent resource for our community because they get rid of our trash. But, with so many large garbage trucks on the streets, they pose a risk to other motorists and to pedestrians. Each year,… Read More »

How to win your truck accident case

Accidents with large trucks can be very damaging. If you have been involved in an accident with a commercial truck, the following questions can help you understand what to do and what rights you have. What qualifies as a commercial truck? A commercial truck is a large vehicle that is… Read More »

Trucking accidents in the winter

It is quite common to hear drivers say how they were involved in truck accidents during the winter. Accidents in the winter happen very frequently, sometimes even when the road seemed to have little traffic. According to the National Highway Traffic and Safety Association (NHTSA) statistics, truck accidents increase exponentially… Read More »

Driving while distracted

In the United States, despite a ban in many states, more than half of drivers admit that they use their mobile phone at least part of the time while driving, according to a report published by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The Smartphone revolution Using WhatsApp, taking selfies… Read More »

Construction Accidents in Work Zones

Accidents in highway construction work zones  Houston’s highway work zones are full of dangers. Workers still face the same hazards found in any other construction project. These include falling objects or accidents involving heavy machinery. But workers on roads also have additional unique threats to their safety. Incoming traffic is… Read More »

Pedestrian Accidents and the Law

Walking is the most basic and ancient form of transportation and a large percentage of people still use walking as their primary way to get where they need to go. However, recent statistics indicate that simply walking across the street is increasingly dangerous. Research from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)… Read More »