Category: Car Accidents

car accident compensation

The amount of money a car accident costs depends on several factors, including the severity of the injuries and property damage involved. There are also costs beyond the more obvious ones for medical treatment and property damage. When accidents occur, and particularly when people are injured or killed, it creates…

Frequently Asked Questions About Car Repairs

Roadway safety is everyone’s responsibility. A significant aspect of ensuring this safety lies in properly maintaining your vehicle. Although many drivers often underestimate the impact of maintenance, keeping a vehicle in top shape correlates directly to accident prevention and safeguards our roads. In cases where accidents occur due to poor…

Black car rushing along a high-speed highway

  Hitting the road is a favorite American pastime. However, if you want good memories of your road trip, it’s essential to follow these road safety tips:     Plan Your Route Look at the different routes to your destination and choose the safest one. Look for any potential delays,…

multi car accident

A multi-car crash occurs when three or more cars collide in a series of accidents, often leading to a “pile-up.” A multi-car accident can be particularly traumatic because of repeated collisions that increase the risk of injury. If you were injured in a multi-car crash caused by someone else’s bad…

Although Texas is notorious for having some of the hottest summers in the country, extreme weather can wreak havoc in the winter, too. The combination of cold temperatures and unpredictable precipitation can create dangerous driving conditions for motorists on Texas highways in the wintertime. Here are some tips on protecting…

Fall in El Paso marks the return of Miners football, the end of scorching summer heat, and the coming holiday season. While there is a lot to celebrate this time of year, changing weather and seasonal chores can present opportunities for dangerous accidents. Failing to take precautions could spoil the…

Traffic deaths have soared in the United States in recent years, prompting the nation’s auto safety agency to take measures to discourage motorists from speeding. Steven Cliff, who runs the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), recently announced to Reuters the creation of a “speed campaign” highlighting how speeding is…