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Wichita Falls, TX · Lawton, OK


Compensation for Rear-End Accidents

If you were rear-ended and injured, it's important to know your potential legal options. Rear-end collisions are some of the most common types of car accidents that occur. For example, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), rear-end collisions account for approximately 29% of all reported car accidents in the United States. However,...

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New Study Reveals Alarming Increase in Car Accidents Across the Nation

Reckless driving habits continue to put others at risk of injury and death. Unsafe driving habits often associated with car accidents have become increasingly common in recent years, according to a recent traffic safety study conducted by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. “The reversal in the frequency of U.S. drivers engaging in risky driving...

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5 Common Traffic Violations That Cause Car Accidents

Drivers put themselves and other road users in danger when they violate traffic laws. Car accidents involving two or more vehicles often occur because one driver is not obeying the rules of the road. While many traffic violations can result in a collision, certain offenses are more common than others. Below, you can learn more...

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What To Do if You’re Hit by a Car as a Pedestrian

You can take steps to protect your health and your legal rights, including contacting a pedestrian accident lawyer to review your potential legal options. Pedestrian accidents can happen anywhere and frequently result in severe injury or even death for the person on foot. In Lawton, OK; Wichita Falls, TX; and nationwide, fatal pedestrian accidents are...

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Concussion Awareness: Brain Injury Facts You Need to Know

After a serious car accident, many crash victims sustain concussions. In fact, more than 70,000 hospital emergency room visits are made every year for concussions related to car, motorcycle, or truck accidents. Concussions are a growing problem—especially among young people. As a result, Friday, September 16, has been designated National Concussion Awareness Day to bring...

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Is Reckless Driving the "New Normal" in 2022?

Speeding continues to wreak havoc on our nation’s roads. Car accident fatalities that involve speeding increased dramatically nationwide in the past two years, despite fewer drivers on the road due to the pandemic, according to a recent study conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). And it’s not just nationwide. In many states...

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Texas Leads National Surge in Fatal Crashes

Texas is leading a national surge in fatal car accidents, according to new data. The state reported almost 4,500 people died last year in traffic accidents, and Texas hasn't experienced that many roadway deaths since 1981. That is 12 deaths per day due to Texas wrecks. Nationwide, Texas crashes accounted for about 10 percent of...

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Share the Road: It's Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

Motorcycle accidents happen far more often than people might realize. That’s why road safety experts in Texas and across the country have designated May as Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. The goal of this educational campaign is to make motorcyclists and drivers aware of the dangers motorcyclists face and offer tips on how to prevent motorcycle...

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Wichita Falls Clears Path for Downtown E-Scooters

Wichita Falls Electronic Scooter Accident Attorneys Discuss the City's New Bylaw Wichita Falls is about to get in on an urban transportation trend that can be fun and affordable. This option, however, has its risks too. The brunt of those risks is often felt by e-scooter accident victims, such as pedestrians, cyclists, and the scooter...

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