Hiring a Texas Wrongful Death Attorney

This post lists the essential questions you ought to discuss with a Texas wrongful death attorney prior to making your hiring decision. If a loved one died due to the actions of another, a Texas wrongful death lawyer can help you seek justice. Choosing the right wrongful death lawyer can be challenging, especially when faced...

How to Get Your Fort Worth Police Department Accident Report

In almost every crash, accident reports serve as crucial evidence for your damages and injuries when filing an insurance claim or lawsuit. If you ever find yourself in a car crash, it is essential to obtain a Fort Worth accident report. After the Fort Worth Police Department responds to the scene of your crash, there...

How to Get Your Dallas Police Department Accident Report

If you are involved in a car accident in Dallas, you should get a copy of your Dallas accident report. An accident report is a written record of the crash created by the responding officer. The report serves as foundational evidence for your auto accident injury case. When the Dallas Police Department responds to your...

Why Do West Texas Oilfield Companies Keep Hiring Dangerous Truck Drivers?

"How do we bring the number of Texas oilfield trucking fatalities down?" Media outlets raise issues such as speed limits, road maintenance, and truck upkeep, which all play a role in the problem: What no one wants to discuss is that the biggest factor in whether an 18-wheeler causes a deadly crash is the quality of the truck's driver.

It’s 2020: Why Doesn’t Texas Require Bars to Carry Liquor Liability Insurance?

Texas lawmakers and the public have to make a choice. Drunk driving accidents not only kill and maim, but they leave tremendous financial devastation in their wake. As a community, we must decide who bears that cost. Should drunk drivers and lawbreaking bars pay or victims and the general public? The answer seems obvious to me.

What Is Missing from the Discussion of Deadly West Texas Oil-Field Truck Crashes?

Out of the half-dozen outlets that filed reports on this incident, not a single one mentions that the pick-up that likely caused the crash is owned by an oil services company. While authorities are aware that Imperative Chemical Partners Inc. owns and operates the offending pick-up, and will likely classify this crash as an oil-field truck accident, it's certainly concerning that skilled reporters missed this crucial detail.

Client Stories: Motorcyclist Injured by Drunk Driver Served at Wingstop

The events of this case occurred in May of 2019 in Odessa, TX. According to the police report, a 34-year old man was driving west in a stolen BMW 325i sedan when he failed to yield the right of way to a motorcycle while attempting a left turn. This led the BMW to strike the motorcycle, ejecting our client.