Truckers must keep track of the number of hours they drive. Before the electronic log mandate took effect at the federal level in 2017, truckers would keep paper logs or some form of electronic log. B Read More
According to 2017 figures provided by the Texas Department of Transportation, someone within the state died in a motor vehicle crash every two hours and 21 minutes. In one year, 3,721 people lost th Read More
Thousands of people are involved in car accidents every year, and most people will experience some type of motor vehicle accident at some point in their lives. Many accidents occur because of factors Read More
Rear-end accidents happen more often than most people might think, and they are common on all types of roads, from suburban intersections to busy highways. Specific statistics aren’t available for Read More
Nobody starts their day expecting to be involved in a car accident, yet according to recent data, in one recent year a reportable crash occurred every 59 seconds on Texas roadways. In San Antonio, m Read More
We are honored to announce that George Salinas has been selected to the 2019 Texas Rising Stars list.
Each year Super Lawyers® selects outstanding lawyers to recognize as Rising Stars through thei Read More
Bexar County, home to San Antonio, gets more than its share of truck accidents—2,659, in fact, in one recent year, according to the Texas Department of Transportation. Eight died in those crashes, w Read More
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 Read More
During the holidays, most people focus on spending time with family and friends. Unfortunately, many people fail to recognize the increased risk of truck accidents accident that accompanies the holida Read More
No doubt everyone has heard and seen warnings about the dangers of driving under the influence. However, fatigued driving can be equally risky to drivers and others on the roads.
The Centers for Dise Read More