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According to the Association for Safe International Road Travel (ASIRT), over 2 million people sustain injuries in car crashes each year in the United States.  Additionally, over 37,000 people die in crashes each year.  If you sustain injuries in a car accident, there are several steps you should take. They include: Put the safety of yourself and others first; Contact authorities; Gather information; Contact your insurance company; Document your medical care; Document your property loss;…
Halloween in North Texas can be one of the most fun holidays of the year. Candy, costumes and the spooky thrills of the season delight kids and adults alike. However, 2020 has brought quite a few challenges when it comes to Halloween fun. Here at David K. Wilson & Associates, Attorneys at Law we want you to be safe this Halloween. So, we have collected a list of Halloween hazards that you and your kids…
An airplane accident can result in devastating personal injury for those who survive this ordeal. But after the chaos is over and the publicity has died down, there are still victims who must obtain compensation for their life-altering injuries. What process will help the injured prove that a carrier’s negligence led to the incident? How can they prove the carrier is liable for their injuries? How To Prove An Air Carrier Is At Fault For…
For years, experts have anticipated that self-driving vehicles would be coming to our roads soon. However, this new technology has hit several roadblocks in the past few years. These incidents have brought the safety of self-driving cars into question. So, why are companies bringing a new wave of autonomous trucks to test in Texas? Our truck accident lawyer from Sherman, Texas takes a closer look at recent developments and how they could affect you. More…
The average passenger vehicle weighs around 3,000 pounds. However, the average fully-loaded commercial truck can weigh up to 80,000 pounds. This is why a collision between these vehicles often results in severe injuries and fatalities. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration claims that 5,000 people lost their lives to truck accidents in 2017. Tens of thousands more people also suffered injuries in these crashes. But what are the most common causes of truck accidents? Our…
Rear-end collisions are the most common type of car accident in our country. In fact, there are an estimated 1.7 million rear-end crashes in the U.S. each year. These crashes lead to 1,700 fatalities and 500,000 injuries. Improved driver behavior and crash prevention safety systems can help avoid these accidents. However, the frequency of rear-ended collisions does beg a question. What leads to these horrible crashes? This week, our Sherman car accident attorney examines the…
Did you know that Texas has not had a day without a traffic fatality since November 7, 2000? It is no secret. The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) launched a campaign to fight this statistic. They call it #EndTheStreakTX. With drivers all over Texas stuck inside due to the coronavirus pandemic, you would think ending the streak was possible. Unfortunately, you would be wrong. Has the Coronavirus Pandemic Made Driving in Texas More Dangerous?…
The Texas stay-at-home order expired at the beginning of May. As a result, the amount of traffic on the roads has increased significantly. Thus, you can expect to see an increase in car accidents, particularly drunk driving accidents. Our Sherman car accident lawyer wants you to stay safe while driving during the coronavirus pandemic. Here are some steps that you can take to avoid a Texas drunk driving accident. Texas Drunk Driving Statistics Texas…
Personal injury is a vast topic, and claims in Texas can range from automobiles to oil mining accidents. While most lawsuits end in some form of compensation or settlements, knowing your rights can help protect you and ensure that you get justice for your loss. You have two years from the date of the injury to file a claim, otherwise the right to file could be lost. It’s wisest to speak to a legal professional…
The novel coronavirus is responsible for more than 55,258 U.S. deaths as of April 28. These are only recorded deaths. It is not possible to determine whether the death toll is higher without additional widespread testing. While the deadly virus continues to spread throughout the country, some businesses are already facing lawsuits for infections. Walmart was recently sued by the estate of a worker who died from COVID-19. COVID-19 is the illness caused by…