As a car owner, one of your worst nightmares is getting into a crash. You’re driving along, paying attention and following the rules of the road, when a careless or reckless driver ruins not only your day but possibly your immediate future. Now you have to deal with a damaged or wrecked vehicle and injuries […]Read More
Dealing with an Insurance Adjuster During a Personal Injury Claim
After you are injured in an accident, your first thought may be to reach out to insurance. A car accident is a good example. After a crash in which your vehicle is totaled or damaged and you are hurt, you will pursue compensation from the at-fault driver’s insurance. You may then communicate with an insurance […]Read More
What Causes Trucks to Jackknife?
Semi-trucks and other large commercial vehicles are common sights on Dallas roads. These trucks routinely navigate I-35E, I-30, Airport Freeway, John W. Carpenter Freeway, Dallas North Tollway, U.S. 75, U.S. 80, Woodall Rogers Freeway, the President George Bush Turnpike, LBJ Freeway, and many other busy roadways in the Dallas-Forth Worth area. For the most part, […]Read More
What Causes a Tire to Blow Out?
We have all seen curved pieces of black rubber beside the highway. Evidence that a car or truck’s tire failed. Tire blowouts are all too common, and if one happens to you, it can lead to a crash. To avoid this common cause of single-vehicle incidents and collisions, you need to understand why tire blowouts […]Read More
What Part of the Brain Is the Most Susceptible to Injury?
Your brain is a significant part of everything you do, from conscious thought to involuntary actions like breathing. It is covered by three layers of membranes known as the meninges and is cushioned within the skull by cerebrospinal fluid. All of these protections keep your brain safe on a daily basis, but they are no […]Read More