Month: March 2018

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  • March
    29 2018

    10 Steps Truck Drivers Should Take Immediately after Suffering an On-the-Job Injury

    Commercial truckers have the 8th most dangerous job in the U.S., according to the latest findings.1 While driving a commercial truck can be risky due to the possibility of traffic accidents, loading and unloading trucks, inspecting and maintaining trucks, and operating trucks can also contribute to truckers’ risks of suffering job-related injuries. However truckers sustain […]

  • March
    27 2018

    Why Is Treatment an Essential Part of a Personal Injury Claim?

    In the aftermath of an accident that causes physical injuries, medical care can be important to preventing further health complications and, in serious cases, saving lives. What accident victims may not realize, however, is that seeking medical treatment is not only critical to physically healing. It can also be vital to the strength and success […]

  • March
    20 2018

    Children Lost to Fatal Motor Vehicle Accidents: A Look at the Latest Data & Statistics

    Over the past decade, motor vehicle accidents have been the number one cause of death among children 14 and younger.1 Tragically, there are no signs of this trend reversing, according to the latest data from regulators at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).2 In fact, according to the NHTSA’s most recent findings: Since 2015, […]

  • March
    14 2018

    Bus Transporting High School Band Plunges into Alabama Ravine, Killing Driver & Injuring Dozens More

    At about 5:30 a.m. on Tuesday March 13th, a chartered tour bus transporting 46 people veered off of Interstate 10 in Loxley, Alabama, causing the bus to plummet 50 feet down into an adjacent ravine. The bus was driving 40 Channelview High School band members and 6 chaperones back home from Disney World, following an […]

  • March
    06 2018

    How Seatbelt Use Can Impact Car Accident Cases

    When car crashes happen, wearing a seatbelt can reduce the risk of moderate to catastrophic injuries by 50 percent – and the risk of deadly injuries by 45 percent.1 Despite this – and the fact that Texas law mandates seatbelt (or childseat) use for those traveling in motor vehicles, about 1 in every 10 people […]