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Image of Texas Leads Nation in Roadway Fatalities, Trucking Accidents

Texas Leads Nation in Roadway Fatalities, Trucking Accidents

November 2, 2016

The state of Texas has achieved some dubious honors in the form of being one of the nation’s most dangerous states for drivers. This comes after the nation as a whole recorded the highest one-year jump in traffic accidents in the last fifty years. The National Safety Council (NSC) released its review of 2015 traffic

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Image of How Expert Witnesses Can Help Your Personal Injury Case

How Expert Witnesses Can Help Your Personal Injury Case

The term “expert witness” often conjures up an image of a slick professional on a show like Law & Order who delivers devastating scientific testimony that will make a break a person’s case. As a result, many people think of expert witnesses as an expensive secret weapon that will surely win a case. In reality,

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Image of Wrongful Death: The Difference Between Criminal and Civil Liability

Wrongful Death: The Difference Between Criminal and Civil Liability

The death of a loved one is one of the most common and heartbreaking tragedies that all of us will someday face. While dealing with a loved one’s passing is never easy, it can be especially difficult to move forward when the death was due to someone else’s negligent or intentional actions. While most people

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Image of Trucking Industry Files For Injunction to Stop Electronic Logging Mandate

Trucking Industry Files For Injunction to Stop Electronic Logging Mandate

he Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), a federal agency in charge of regulating the trucking industry, recently enacted major changes which are due to go into effect by the end of next year. The new mandate requires that all truck drivers switch to electronic log books, rather than paper log books, by December 18,

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Image of NHTSA Proposes Testing Backseat Collision Testing with Crash Dummies

NHTSA Proposes Testing Backseat Collision Testing with Crash Dummies

October 31, 2016

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently announced that it will begin conducting tests using crash test dummies in the back seats of vehicles. While many people assume that these types of tests have been going on for years, in reality the announcement marks a change in NHTSA policy. The NHTSA began measuring vehicles

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