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Teen Drivers in the Midst of 100 Deadliest Days

The days between Memorial Day and Labor Day are the 100 deadliest days for teenage drivers. In 2012, more than 550 of the 1,000 people killed in accidents during this period were teens. According to the National Safety Council, teen driving increases… Read More

Dog Attacks 13-Year-Old Boy in East Dallas

A 13-year-old boy was the victim of a Memorial Day dog attack at an East Dallas apartment complex. The boy said the dog attack was unprovoked and that he was simply playing hide and seek outside with a friend. Upon realizing the animal was behind him,… Read More

Increasing Speed Limits Lead to More Accident Deaths

Raising maximum speed limits across the country has caused an unfortunate increase in the number of accident fatalities, according to a study by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). Over the past two decades, approximately 33,000 lives… Read More

Keyless Ignition Systems Pose Hidden Dangers

Keyless ignition is a common feature of newer automobiles, but this convenient feature could be putting you at risk of carbon monoxide poisoning, or even death. Since 2009, at least 19 people have died due to accidental carbon monoxide poisoning resulting… Read More

Could Concrete Bridge Posts Contribute to Fatal Car Accidents?

Unprotected concrete bridge posts that sit close to highways are posing a fatal hazard to Texas drivers. An NBC 5 news investigation uncovered multiple accident deaths as a result of bridge posts that did not have the proper protective barriers. When… Read More

Stephens, Anderson & Cummings Proudly Sponsors Cowboyin’ For The Kids

More than 300 cowboys and cowgirls of all ages attended Cowboyin’ For The Kids, a trail ride held on May 7, 2016. Stephens, Anderson & Cummings is a proud annual sponsor and participant of the event, which raised over $16,000 for the Caleb Larson Foundation,… Read More

Arlington Family Sues Takata, Honda

An Arlington family has filed a lawsuit against Takata Corp., Honda and a local Vandergriff car dealership after their daughter was seriously injured by an exploding Takata airbag in 2014. The lawsuit states that the 17-year-old girl received a 2001… Read More

Multiple Complaints Lodged Prior to Fatal Dog Attack

A 52-year-old Dallas woman was mauled by multiple dogs in a vacant lot on May 2nd. She was in a coma until she died on May 9th. Following the attack, Dallas Animal Services located the owners at a nearby home and issued 16 citations and seized seven dogs. Dallas… Read More

Wooden Pallet in Road Causes Accident, Kills One

A Monday morning multi-vehicle crash on westbound Interstate 20 in Arlington left one person dead, while another was treated for minor injuries at the scene of the accident. According to Arlington police, the May 9 accident involved multiple vehicles… Read More

Largest U.S. Auto Recall Continues to Grow

A new recall order is greatly expanding the Takata airbag recall, already the largest auto safety recall in the history of the U.S. As many as 40 million defective Takata airbags are expected to be added. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration… Read More