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What You Need to Know About Texas' Modified Comparative Fault Rules

While some personal injuries are clearly one person's fault, there are many other personal injury situations where multiple people or entities are at fault. That is why many states, such as Texas, have adopted comparative negligence or comparative fault… Read More

AAA Survey Finds Majority of Americans Afraid to Travel in Self-Driving Cars

Even though 59 percent of U.S. drivers say they will look for autonomous vehicle technology in their next vehicle, 78 percent of drivers say they are afraid to travel in a self-driving car, according to a new survey from AAA. The survey also revealed: Just… Read More

What You Need to Know About Dog Bite Laws in Texas

Dog bites can cause devastating injuries that affect victims for months, years or the rest of their lives. Dog attacks can also cause long-term psychological trauma that may require years of mental health counseling.  If you have been a victim of a dog… Read More

Study Says IVC Filters Do Not Improve Survival Rate of Trauma Patients

An inferior vena cava (IVC) filter is a cone-shaped device that is implanted in the inferior vena cava just below the kidneys to capture blood clots and prevent them from reaching the heart or lungs, which could be fatal. Hospitals around the country… Read More

Wrong-Way Driver Causes Three Crashes on Interstate 35W

Just before midnight last night, a wrong-way driver caused three separate crashes on Interstate 35W near the exit for the airport. Around 11:45 p.m., a Fort Worth Police Officer was heading north on I-35W when he swerved into another lane to avoid a… Read More

Stephens, Anderson & Cummings Awards 2016 Texas Scholarship of Academic Excellence

Stephens, Anderson & Cummings is proud to award the 2016 Texas Scholarship of Academic Excellence to Ashley Potter, a senior at New Caney High School. Potter is ranked third in her graduating class with a 3.89 grade point average and is also currently… Read More

Study Shows Nearly 80 Percent of Drivers Engaged in Aggressive Driving in Past Year

Aggressive driving increases the risk of accidents that can cause severe injuries or death. Unfortunately, nearly 80 percent of drivers have engaged in some form of aggressive driving at least once in the past year, according to a study from the AAA Foundation… Read More

Traffic Deaths, Injuries in Texas Have Jumped 20 Percent Since 2011

In 2015, Texas had the highest number of car accident deaths out of all 50 states, according to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Unfortunately, the number of traffic fatalities in Texas was even higher in 2016, as… Read More

New Study Says Almost 90 Percent of Young Adults Text and Drive

Many people assume teenagers are the main driver of the nation’s growing texting and driving problem, but a new AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety study has found that texting and driving is more prevalent among young adults. Young millennial drivers… Read More

Study Shows Ignition Interlock Laws Can Reduce Deaths from Drunk Driving

All-offender ignition interlock laws are associated with a seven percent reduction in fatal drunk driving accidents, according to research from the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health. These laws are in place in the District of… Read More