The holidays are a time for fun, family, food, and festivities. During this season, we often spend much more time than usual driving, whether it’s driving to purchase gifts, a road trip to grandmas, or simply driving to the office holiday party. While all of this sounds like a great way to get into the spirit of the season, it’s important to keep safety measures in mind for when you may need them.
Driving comes with many risks and it is a driver’s responsibility to do everything in his or her power to minimize these risks by driving safely. Unfortunately, this doesn’t always happen and some drivers are worse than others.
Using a bicycle for transportation is an increasingly popular way for people to get around. In addition to being a healthy choice, it is also good for the environment. However, when cities do not provide bicycles their own lanes on the road, it greatly increases the likelihood of accidents. While many people share the road with bicycles responsibly, some drivers can be careless or reckless, and this can cause collisions between cars and bicyclists. To help keep both bicyclists and drivers safe, the city of Lubbock is implementing more bike lanes.
The holidays are meant to be a joyous time for people to come together, but sometimes accidents can dampen the mood. To help keep the holidays happy this year, follow these ten safety tips.
Every summer, millions of Americans go to amusement parks, carnivals, and fairs for a little summer fun, but these places can be extremely dangerous if the proper safety precautions aren’t taken. To best protect yourself and your children from injury at an amusement park, follow our safety tips.
Motorcycles are fast, fuel-efficient and exciting. For these reasons, and the seemingly never-ending warm weather in Texas, we see motorcycles on the road regularly. Unfortunately, more riders on the road increase the number of motorcycle injuries and accidents each year, ranging from fender-benders at lower speeds to more severe, tragic collisions.
Nearly everyone knows that, if you have experienced a personal injury accident caused by someone else’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering through a personal injury claim in Texas.
There are few things in life more painful than the unexpected death of a loved one. Sometimes that pain is even greater when it is believed that the loved one should not have died, especially if they are only gone because of someone else’s negligence. Quite often, recovering some of your losses requires filing a wrongful death lawsuit.