Personal Injury Lawyer Fort Worth Texas


Pedestrian Accidents Involving Trucks Can be Deadly in Fort Worth

Pedestrians are at significant risk of being hurt or killed in any motor vehicle accident. Pedestrian accidents involving trucks are especially likely to cause serious injuries and fatalities because a larger vehicle means more momentum and a higher force of impact. A person's body simply cannot withstand this added force without serious damage. When pedestrian accidents occur involving...

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How the Feds Undermined Fort Worth Truck Safety

A truck accident lawyer knows that the impairments a fatigued driver experiences are very similar to the impairments that are experienced by a drunk driver.  The suspension of the rest-break rule endangers everyone because it means there may be more overtired truckers on public roads. FMCSA Rule Suspended Due to Congress The FMCSA's rule required...

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Texas Trucks Are Among Top Safety Violators

Drivers in Fort Worth, Arlington, Dallas and surrounding areas must routinely share the roads with truck drivers.  While most truckers and truck drivers are safe and responsible, some are not. Truck accidents can occur and victims may be seriously injured in a collision with a large big rig.  A personal injury lawyer knows that there...

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Drinking and Driving Increases Road Risk This Holiday Season

Drunk driving is always a big risk to motorists in Dallas, Arlington, Fort Worth, TX and surrounding areas. Unfortunately, the holidays are one of the riskiest times on the road. Both the period surrounding Christmas and New Years see a significant increase in the number of crashes caused by impaired driving. Any drunk driver is...

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Fort Worth Texas Truckers Should Avoid Hands-Free Devices

Truck drivers must follow safety rules set by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) in order to reduce any possible endangerment to the public. The FMCSA has rules on a wide variety of different issues affecting truck accident risks. A truck accident lawyer knows one of the areas the FMCSA addresses is the use...

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Truck Driver Involved in Fatal Bus Crash Admits to Driving Distracted

A tragic accident occurred in Oklahoma in late September after police said a tractor-trailer truck crossed the center median of a highway and collided with a bus, according to media reports. The accident claimed the lives of four North Central Texas College students and injured a dozen others. While the cause of the accident remains...

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Recent Separate Truck Accidents Claim 5 Lives

Three separate truck accidents in early July resulted in the deaths of five people, including three members of an Indian-American family traveling near Kilgore, about 120 miles from Dallas. The accidents which were reported by the media illustrate how crashes involving trucks can have a devastating impact on people's lives. At Coby L. Wooten, Attorney...

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2 Fatal Texas Truck Accidents Result in Deaths of 2 Drivers

Two recent separate fatal tractor-trailer accidents in Texas highlight just how dangerous such accidents can be in the Lone Star State. Salvador Lozano Delgado, 48, was killed in a truck accident on July 7 on Interstate 10 near Sierra Blanca, Texas, involving two tractor-trailers, according to KFOX 14 News. Delgado was attempting to re-enter Interstate...

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Truck Accidents in Fort Worth-Dallas Area Claim 2 Lives

Two men were killed in separate truck accidents recently in the Fort Worth-Dallas area. On June 17, Santos Narvaez, 25, of Fort Worth died at the scene of an accident on 35W involving an 18-wheeler, according to the Star-Telegram.  The newspaper reported that he was in a Toyota Corolla that hit an 18-wheeler in Fort...

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