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How to File a Lawsuit on Behalf of a Loved One Who Died in a San Antonio Car Accident

Posted on: Thu Jul 1
How to File a Lawsuit on Behalf of a Loved One Who Died in a San Antonio Car Accident

When you’re injured in a San Antonio car accident and someone else was to blame, you can typically pursue compensation through a personal injury lawsuit. When you lose a loved one to a motor vehicle crash, the process is a bit different. A wrongful death suit is similar to a personal injury claim. But, Texas … Continue reading “How to File a Lawsuit on Behalf of a Loved One Who Died in a San Antonio Car Accident”

Types of Truck Accidents in San Antonio

Posted on: Tue Sep 3
Types of Truck Accidents in San Antonio

Truck accidents killed 4,102 people across the United States in 2017, the last year for which statistics are available. Unfortunately, Texas is one of the top 10 states for truck accident-related deaths, according to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). Approximately 107,000 large trucks were involved in collisions that caused injuries nationwide. Deaths as … Continue reading “Types of Truck Accidents in San Antonio”

San Antonio Trial Lawyers Association (SATLA) Announces 2019 President George Salinas

Posted on: Wed Feb 13

The Law Offices of George Salinas, PLLC is proud to announce that George Salinas has been sworn in as the 2019 President of the San Antonio Trial Lawyers Association. For the past 51 years, the San Antonio Trial Lawyers Association has been a dedicated and active collective of trial lawyers that fight to ensure our … Continue reading “San Antonio Trial Lawyers Association (SATLA) Announces 2019 President George Salinas”

San Antonio’s Rapid Population Growth May Lead to More Traffic Accidents

Posted on: Mon Jul 16
San Antonio’s Rapid Population Growth May Lead to More Traffic Accidents

San Antonio has experienced significant population growth in recent years. In fact, recent reports indicate that the city grew more than any other U.S. city over 50,000 people from 2016 to 2017. In one year, more than 24,200 people moved to the San Antonio area, which means the city grew by about 66 people each … Continue reading “San Antonio’s Rapid Population Growth May Lead to More Traffic Accidents”

San Antonio Distracted Driving Law

Posted on: Thu Aug 10

The Texas Department of Public Safety is now requiring a one-hour course on the dangers of distracted driving before you can obtain your license. Starting Sept. 1, all skills examinations applicants 18 and older must complete, and obtain proof of completion, of the free ITYD course. For more information on the new license requirements visit: http://www.dps.texas.gov/DriverLicense/ITD.htm