Five Steps to Take After a Car Accident

During 2017, Texas logged more than 272 billion miles on roadways from all types of vehicles. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that during the year, there was a reportable crash every 59 secon Read More

Why Truck Rollover Accidents Happen?

One of the most common varieties of truck accidents is a rollover crash. Many truck rollovers involve numerous vehicles. This factor, paired with the sheer quantity of commercial trucks regularly trav Read More

The Dangers of Truck Driver Fatigue

Drowsy driving is a major challenge in driving safety among all drivers of motor vehicles. Four percent of drivers have fallen asleep at the wheel at some point in the last 30 days, according to the U Read More

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