Can Traffic Noise Make You Sick?
DALLAS, Texas. We hear often about the many ways cars can make us sick and injure us. We know aboutRead more.
To Prevent Injury, Doctors Should Take Their Time
DALLAS, Texas. If you’ve been injured in a car accident, truck accident, or suffered a personal injury, your first stepRead more.
How Often Do Truck Brakes Fail?
DALLAS, Texas. Six people were sent to the hospital after a dump truck careened through an intersection in California, accordingRead more.
Do Natural Disasters Increase Drunk Driving Crash Risks?
DALLAS, TEXAS. According to Mothers Against Drunk Driving, natural disasters like hurricanes Harvey and Maria can increase substance abuse. ResearchersRead more.
Fraternity Hazing Injuries: Can I Sue?
DALLAS, Texas. Fraternities have come under fire in recent years for a number of pledge deaths and injuries due toRead more.
Five Tips to Overcoming Trauma After a Car Accident
DALLAS, Texas. One of the unspoken injuries suffered by car accident victims is trauma. While the most serious cases mightRead more.
Is Pumping Your Own Gas Safe?
DALLAS, Texas. Oregon recently became the center of a national joke when the country learned that its residents weren’t permittedRead more.
Injured in a Car Accident? Have Insurance? It Might Not Be Enough
DALLAS, Texas. If you’ve been in a car accident, and have medical insurance, you may think that your medical billsRead more.
How the Truck Industry Can Put an End to Distracted Driving Accidents
DALLAS, Texas. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, every year 3,477 people are killed in distracted driving accidents.Read more.
Woman Sues Nazi Website for Damages
DALLAS, Texas. As the internet plays more and more of a central role in our lives, it opens up newRead more.
Do Toll Plazas Cause Car Accident Risks?
DALLAS, Texas. In 1983 a deadly accident killed seven people in Connecticut. A semi-truck carrying potatoes hit a line ofRead more.
Safe Driving for the Holidays
DALLAS, Texas. According to USA Today, it is estimated that 50.9 million people will be traveling more than 50 milesRead more.