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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

Differences Between Survival Actions and Wrongful Death Actions

Wrongful death claims and survival claims in Texas are similar because they deal with the effects of someone's death. However, that is where most of the similarities end. Wrongful death claims offer compensation for dependents, while survival claims… Read More

Woman Dies in Crash with Pickup Truck While Fleeing Police

Early Friday morning, the driver of a sport utility vehicle was killed in crash that happened while she was running from police near I-40 and Agnew in Oklahoma City. At approximately 8:05 a.m., police officers noticed a black Ford Explorer being driven… Read More

Prevent Drunk Driving After the Super Bowl by Planning Ahead

Are you hosting or attending a Super Bowl party where alcohol will be served? The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and local law enforcement want hosts and partygoers to plan ahead to help prevent people from driving home after… Read More

More Than 652,000 Vehicles Added to Takata Airbag Recall

The Takata airbag recall was recently expanded to include more than 652,000 vehicles from 13 carmakers. Defective Takata airbags have caused 16 deaths around the world, including 11 in the United States, and injuries to 180 people. The recall already… Read More

Jason Stephens Quoted on Reuters.com About Liability for Self-Driving Systems

Founding partner Jason Stephens was quoted in an article published last night on Reuters.com about the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's (NHTSA) decision not to order a recall of the Tesla Model S. Stephens pointed out that the NHTSA decision… Read More

Volkswagen to Pay $4.3 Billion in Emissions Scandal Penalties

Volkswagen (VW) has decided to settle civil and criminal allegations stemming from the emissions cheating scandal involving approximately 590,000 diesel vehicles in the U.S. VW will pay $4.3 billion, $2.8 billion for criminal penalties and $1.5 billion… Read More

TxDOT Installs New Wrong-Way Driver Technology in Tarrant County

Texas has led the nation in wrong-way crashes for several years. In recent weeks, the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) started adding signs, advanced sensors and other features to freeways in Tarrant County to try to reduce these collisions… Read More

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