2020 Texas Car Accident Facts and Statistics

Texas is a very large state with a population of 28,995,881 residents. There are over 22 million registered vehicles in the state. The chances of being in a Texas car accident are high. In 2019, with 3,294 crashes and 3,615 fatalities from these incidents, Texas had the most accidents and resulting deaths than any other […]

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Can You Sue a Third Party for Your Texas Construction Site Injuries?

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, in the state of Texas in 2019 there were: Fatal injury accidents in construction and extraction jobs: 136 Fatal injury accidents in installation, maintenance, and repair jobs: 42 Fatal injury accidents production jobs: 34 Fatal injury accidents in transportation and material moving jobs: 202 Transportation incidents, fires, […]

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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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Icy Conditions Make Driving Dangerous in Abilene

When you think about the adverse weather conditions that often befall the state of Texas, hail, hurricanes, extreme thunderstorms with striking lightning, fast-moving winds, and tornadoes are typically the type of events that come up. While snow does happen, it is not a weather condition that naturally goes hand-in-hand with the state. In 2021, the […]

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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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