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Thanksgiving Travel in Texas to Increase This Year

Texas, along with the rest of the country, is expected to see an increase in the number of Americans traveling this Thanksgiving weekend. According to estimates, 3.9 million Texans will be traveling this weekend, an increase of 160,000 people compared… Read More

Firm Donates Turkeys to Community Food Bank Turkey Drive

Stephens, Anderson & Cummings is proud to announce that our firm recently donated dozens of frozen turkeys to the Fort Worth Community Food Bank's Annual Thanksgiving Turkey Drive. We thank the following SAC staff members for helping drop off the turkeys:… Read More

Takata Considering Bankruptcy to Help with Costs of Airbag Recall

As Takata Corp. seeks a financial backer to help pay billions of dollars in fines and other costs related to the recall of its defective airbags, officials are considering filing bankruptcy in the U.S. Takata has recalled more than 100 million airbags… Read More

Proving Who Was at Fault for a Car Accident

If you want to recover compensation in a car accident claim, your attorney will have to prove another driver was at fault for the accident through his or her reckless, negligent actions. It is usually easy to prove the other driver was at fault for certain… Read More

How to Prevent Drowsy Driving Car Accidents

This week is Drowsy Driving Prevention Week®, an annual campaign by the National Sleep Foundation (NSF) to inform people about the risks of driving while drowsy and offer tips on preventing drowsy driving car accidents. According to the NSF, there are… Read More

$14.7 Billion VW Emissions-Cheating Settlement Formally Approved

Last month, a federal judge formally approved the largest auto scandal settlement in U.S. history, with Volkswagen (VW) agreeing to settle its emissions-cheating scandal for $14.7 billion. If you own one of the 475,000 VW automobiles with fraudulent… Read More

St. Louis Jury Awards $70 Million in Baby Powder Case

Last week, a St. Louis jury awarded a woman more than $70 million in compensation in her lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson over its Baby Powder products. The woman alleged that using Baby Powder for many years caused her to develop ovarian cancer because… Read More

Fatalities from Crashes with Teenage Drivers Increase by 10 Percent

According to a new report from the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA), 2015 saw a 10 percent increase in traffic fatalities from car crashes involving teenage drivers. That is the first increase in deaths from these types of accidents in almost… Read More

Halloween Safety Tips for Drivers and Pedestrians

Last Halloween, more than half of the fatal highway crashes that occurred between 6 p.m. on Oct. 31 and 5:59 a.m. on Nov. 1 involved drivers or motorcyclists who were drunk. That is why drivers, trick-or-treaters, parents and pedestrians who plan to… Read More

NHTSA Confirms 11th Death from Ruptured Takata Airbag

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently confirmed another fatality related to defective Takata airbags, raising the U.S. death toll to 11. Defective Takata airbags are responsible for the largest car safety recall in U.S.… Read More