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There are times when you know that you’re driving into a traffic jam, such as during your morning or evening commute. And there are also times when traffic congestion may suddenly pop up out of nowhere, such as the result of a new construction project or an accident.

There are specific steps you can take to drive safely when traffic picks up. Here’s what you should do:

  • Focus on the road, and nothing else: This is a good tip to follow at all times, especially in heavy traffic. Even though you’re moving slowly, it doesn’t mean you should take your attention away from the task at hand.
  • Leave a greater following distance: Yes, traffic has slowed to a crawl, but don’t sit too close to the bumper in front of you. A few car lengths gives you plenty of time to stop in the event of an emergency.
  • Don’t get involved with aggressive drivers: Should you come across an aggressive driver, such as someone who is swerving all over the place or changing lanes without signaling, keep your distance. Engaging them, such as by yelling or using hand motions, will only put you at greater risk of an accident.

These are the types of tips that can help you drive safely when traffic picks up. If you’re injured in an accident despite your best efforts to avoid trouble, call for help and accept medical treatment. You can then turn your attention to the accident's aftermath, including filing an insurance claim and protecting your legal rights.


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All types of auto accidents are dangerous, but if such accidents involve a truck, then the risk of serious injuries and even death increases drastically. The cost of injuries and damages rise in accidents in which trucks are involved.

A victim of a truck accident has to enter into a legal battle with the driver, the trucking company, and the insurance company to receive full compensation for Injuries which is impossible without the able guidance of a competent and experienced truck accident lawyer.

If you have been the victim of a truck accident, then the actions you take soon after a truck accident can have a major impact on your case. Our truck accident lawyers recommend that you do the following:-•STAY AT THE SCENE OF THE ACCIDENT.After an accident, do not leave the scene of the accident. Stay in the vicinity of the accident scene and remove yourself, your passengers and the vehicle from being exposed to further harm.


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Walking is one of the best ways to get around Houston. Unfortunately, pedestrian accidents due to negligence are one of the greatest causes of deaths and serious injuries in Houston and throughout Texas.Negligence is defined as “Failure to take reasonable care to avoid causing injury or loss to another person.”

To prove negligence, the plaintiff (the injured party) must establish the following four main elements:-•The defendant (the accused party) owed the plaintiff a reasonable duty of care.Drivers owe a duty of care towards pedestrians and others on the roadway when they get behind the wheel of a vehicle.

•The Defendant breached his or her duty of care.The breach of care by the defendant is the crux of the personal injury law. It is the plaintiff’s burden of proof to convince the judge or jury that there was a breach of care committed by the defendant.


No matter how safety-conscious you may try to be, the behaviors and decisions of other people can still lead to you or someone you love suffering a serious injury or even dying. You probably already recognize that the actions of other people can immediately affect you on the road. What may not be quite as obvious as that you could also wind up hurt in your own home because of what someone else does.

The vast majority of adults in Texas have the legal right to own and safely store a firearm in their home. If your neighbor is not safe about how they store their firearm, how they store their ammunition, how they clean their weapon or how they practice with it, you or someone in your family could wind up accidentally wounded when a bullet enters your residence.

Bullets can sometimes go through multiple walls

Being inside your house won't necessarily stop you from getting hurt when someone fires a weapon outside or in an adjacent unit in a multi-unit building. There have even been cases of bullets traveling through the home of the person who fired the gun, through an empty apartment and then into someone's home.


Every summer sees an increase in packed cars and RVs on the road, full of families off on their summer vacation road trips. This number may increase this summer as families search for ways to safely leave their homes during COVID-19. Road trips are adventures that build memories for families, but accidents can happen. Prevent mishaps and injuries by preparing for your trip with safety in mind.

Get Your Car ReadyYour car will play a big role in keeping your trip safe and on schedule. Before you take the trip, you should give your car a thorough inspection. Schedule necessary maintenance such as oil changes or a tune-up.When looking over your car, be sure to check:•Windshield wipers•Fluids•Tires•Battery•Brakes

Make necessary fixes or replacements or take your car to your mechanic to have the necessary services performed. Taking the time to get your car ready can prevent breakdowns or accidents.

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