Lubbock Truck Accident Attorneys

18-Wheeler Accident Critically Injures Driver

Accidents can happen at any moment on busy Texas roads; and, crashes involving large trucks or 18-wheelers can be particularly devastating. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), in 2016 alone 4,317 people were killed in accidents involving large trucks. These larger vehicles can cause an incredible amount of damage when an accident…

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Lubbock Personal Injury Attorneys

Should You Visit the DMV During COVID-19?

With a continuing influx of cases and deaths related to the new coronavirus or COVID-19, many have found themselves under shelter-in-place or stay-at-home orders. While these orders are in place to protect us from contracting or passing on the virus, they have raised many questions as to what one should or shouldn’t do during this…

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Lubbock Drunk Driving Attorneys

Most Dangerous Holidays for Drunk Driving

During an average week, people get behind the wheel and drive to work or school, out with friends, to see family, and for many other reasons. Holidays, however, can be much different. While there may be fewer drivers on the road during holidays, the threat of an accident with a drunk driver is much higher….

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Lubbock Car Accident Attorney

Lubbock Police Pull Over 750 Drivers in Effort to Curb Fatalities

Though car accidents can happen at any moment when driving down a busy highway or street, Texas has been prone to fatal car crashes for some time. According to the Texas Department of Transportation, between 2010 and 2018, more people died on Texas roadways than in any other state. Now, Lubbock’s local police force is…

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Lubbock Car Accident Attorneys

TxDOT Study Reveals Fatal Reality of Texas Teens Not Buckling Up

No matter the age of the person, buckling up when driving should always be one of the first things a person does before hitting the road. Seatbelts help to protect drivers and passengers in the event of an accident and should always be used accordingly. Unfortunately, however, a Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) study has…

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Lubbock Car Crash Attorneys

How “Springing Forward” Can Cause A Spike In Car Crashes

Car accident causes vary broadly, including everything from speeding and distractions to impaired driving. One thing that is often not discussed, however, is how the yearly time changes can affect drivers. Just last weekend, Daylight Savings Time kicked in and clocks were set ahead by one hour. Though the ongoing ritual of “springing forward” and…

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Lubbock Truck Accident Attorneys

Self-Driving Trucks Will Soon Hit Texas Roads

Self-driving vehicles have been in the works for several years. While some vehicles now offer autopilot functionality, the feature has yet to be rolled out across all car manufacturers. As self-driving large trucks and 18-wheelers slowly begin to roll out in Texas and New Mexico, how these new autonomous vehicles will affect drivers across the…

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Lubbock Construction Accident Attorney

Top Heavy Machinery Safety Tips for Incident Prevention

It’s no secret that construction is one of the most dangerous industries for workers. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), 5,250 workers died on the job in 2018 alone. Heavy equipment, falling objects, electrocution, and getting stuck in-between or crushed by objects are risks these workers face on a daily basis. Safety…

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