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Fort Worth Accident Leaves Two Dead, Others Injured

A woman and a six-year-old child were killed in a rear-end collision on southbound West Loop 820 at White Settlement Road on Monday, August 3, 2015. The Fort Worth car accident lawyer at Stephens, Anderson & Cummings has years of experience representing… Read More

What Does a Personal Injury Lawyer Do?

Have you been injured in a slip and fall accident on your job-site? Were you in a car accident that caused severe injuries and an exorbitant amount of medical expenses? If so, you may need to hire a personal injury lawyer. Our experienced team of personal… Read More

What to Do if Your Car Hydroplanes

Driving in heavy rain can be extremely dangerous but often you have to get where you're going, no matter what the weather. And it can be difficult to know what conditions your car can endure and what conditions are indeed unsafe. Hydroplaning occurs… Read More

Wrong-Way Driver Kills Three in Head-on Collision

A head-on collision on Interstate 45 late Monday morning caused by a wrong-way driver sent six people to the hospital with injuries and killed three others, including children. If you or someone you love was injured or died because of the negligence… Read More

First Injury Accident Reported for Google Self-Driving Car

Googles self-driving cars have been roaming the streets of Mountain View for the last six years as they logged almost 2 million miles on California roadways. Earlier this month, the vehicles were involved in their first car accident that resulted in injuries. According… Read More

Google Self-driving Cars Now in Austin

Googles self-driving cars have officially hit the streets of Austin. The tech giant announced Tuesday, July 7, that this will be the vehicles first lengthy testing outside of California. A white Lexus RX 450h SUV outfitted with the company's sensors… Read More

Avoid Distractions While Driving with Your Pet

For many, a pet is as much a part of the family as anyone else born into the family name. So, naturally where we go, they will too. This often includes family road trips and vacations and other smaller, more regular trips in the car. Unfortunately, when… Read More

Deadly Travel This Holiday Weekend

Troopers across Texas and Oklahoma will be patrolling the highways for drunk drivers over the Fourth of July weekend. Record travel is predicted with over 40 million people set to hit highways, nationwide. National Safety Council statistics reveal that… Read More

June is National Safety Month

Each June, the National Safety Council (NSC) partners with organizations around the country for National Safety Month to raise awareness about what it takes to stay safe while doing everyday activities. Every year, the campaign focuses on the leading… Read More

Sleeping Pills Can Greatly Increase Morning Driving Risks

Millions of Americans turn to popular drugs like Ambien and Restoril when they need help getting a full nights sleep. The next morning, they wake up jump in the car and head to work without thinking twice. Unfortunately, a new study shows that that hopping… Read More