Driver Negligence and Texas Bicycle Accidents

One of the ways to get outside, get some exercise, and enjoy yourself is to go on a bike ride. Bicycle riding isn’t just a leisurely activity, but it can also be an alternate way to get from place to place. If you are driving along the busy streets of Abilene, though, it is important […]

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How Texas Train Accidents Happen

Parents teach their children how dangerous it is to play near railroad crossings for good reason. Railroad crossings can be extremely dangerous and when a train is barreling down the tracks, it is likely that if a person is on the tracks the conductor will not see them. Even if the train operator does see […]

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Is there a High Turnover Rate for Texas Truck Drivers?

Different professional industries have their own rate of turnover rates of employees that come and go. Some industries have a higher turnover rate than others and there are generally very specific reasons why. If a working environment is dangerous, highly difficult, unpleasant, or low-paying there are typically going to be many new employees that do […]

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What Can You Do to Ride Your Bike Safely in Texas?

People who ride their bicycles to work, for errands, or for recreation and exercise should always wear the appropriate protective gear. Like motorcycles, there is not much surrounding a bicyclist so if there happens to be a collision with a car, which tends to be the most destructive type of collision for a bicyclist, the […]

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Dangers on Texas Construction Sites

Working on an active construction site, there are many moving parts, obstacles, and hazards. Heavy equipment being used, large and bulky vehicles driving around, debris on the ground, and if the site is near the road other cars and pedestrians are also adding to the chaos. Those that work in the construction industry have many […]

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Texas Gets Stricter with Human Trafficking Charges

According to the Attorney General’s Office of Texas, there are 25 million people enslaved around the globe. In the state of Texas, there are approximately 234,000 people that are trafficked for labor while 79,000 minors are being sex trafficked. As the country grapples with the border crisis, states near the border are becoming stricter with […]

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Does Every Business Carry Workers’ Comp Insurance in Texas?

Every day there are workers that are injured in every industry and in every job across the nation. Workers’ compensation acts as a type of safety net to protect workers who are injured on the job and help them with medical care, lost wages, and even vocational rehabilitation services. There are some industries that have […]

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