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Distracted Driving Crashes Decrease After Texting and Driving Ban

There was a decrease in distracted driving accidents involving electronic devices after the state's ban on texting and driving took effect, according to new statistics from the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office. In a nine-month period after the law took… Read More

Working with an Insurance Claims Adjuster After a Car Crash

If you were injured in a car accident, you should report it to your insurance company as soon as possible. Your insurer will assign an insurance adjuster to your claim. This person will ask you for information on all parties involved, the damaged property… Read More

Actos Link to Bladder Cancer Confirmed by the FDA

In December, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) confirmed that taking the type 2 diabetes drug pioglitazone, also known as Actos, can increase patients' risk of developing bladder cancer. The FDA announced this conclusion in a drug safety communication,… Read More

Investigation Finds Teachers Accused of Sexual Abuse Still Working in Classrooms

More than 100 public school teachers who lost their licenses due to allegations of sexual abuse of students are still working in schools today, according to a year-long investigation by USA TODAY. Reporters reviewed educator licensing and misconduct… Read More

Watch out for these Common Motorcycle Road Hazards

While hazards like uneven roads, potholes and leaves have little effect on cars, these obstacles are much more difficult for motorcyclists to navigate, creating a higher risk of an accident. These accidents pose a serious threat to riders' safety because… Read More

Report Says Missing Two or Three Hours of Sleep Doubles Car Crash Risk

Drivers double their risk of an accident if they get behind the wheel after getting just five or six hours of sleep, according to a new report from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. This is particularly alarming given the fact that 35 percent of… Read More

Texas Statute of Limitations for Car Accident Claims

You have a limited amount of time to file a lawsuit to obtain compensation for damages you suffered in a car accident. This is because the Texas statute of limitations sets a strict deadline for filing lawsuits.   A statute of limitations is a law that… Read More

Texas Tied for First Place in Study of Worst Drivers in US

Texas is tied with Louisiana for having the worst drivers in the country, according to an annual study by CarInsuranceComparison.com. The study used 2014 statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to rank all 50 states… Read More

NHTSA Grants General Motors' Request to Delay Takata Airbag Recall

In an unusual move, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has decided to allow General Motors (GM) to delay the recall of millions of trucks and SUVs with defective Takata airbags. In September, GM requested a one-year delay of the… Read More

Survey Shows Many Drivers Are Distracted in Parking Lots

The National Safety Council (NSC) recently issued a reminder to drivers about distracted driving in parking lots. The NSC cited a survey showing 66 percent of drivers make phone calls and more than 50 percent text while driving through parking lots. The… Read More