Why Speeding is Dangerous for Truckers

There are several Texas highways that allow speed limits of up to 85 miles per hour. Some roadways may have double speed limits posted, such as 75 miles per hour for passenger vehicles and 65 miles pe Read More

Poorly Maintained Trucks Lead to Accidents

A semi-truck might weigh as much as 80,000 pounds or more when fully loaded, making it at least 20 times heavier than the average motor vehicle. When drivers, trucking companies, and owner-operators f Read More

Texas Motorcycle Laws

Texas has several motorcycle laws to help bikers stay safe on the roads. But, unfortunately, other drivers often don’t look out for motorcycles. Frequently after an accident the other driver says th Read More

The ELD Mandate Deadline

While the federal electronic log device (ELD) law has been in effect for nearly two years—it mandated compliance by December 18, 2017—intrastate truckers were not required to follow the new laws. Read More

Living With a Serious Injury

Anyone who has suffered a catastrophic injury must inevitably make changes to their lifestyle. At the least, they may spend months recovering, and, at the worst, they may be permanently affected to th Read More

CTE Crisis: Are You At Risk?

Chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE, is a neurodegenerative disease caused by repeated injuries to a person’s brain. Brain injuries cause nerve cells in the brain, along with other parts of the Read More