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How Serious Are Escalator Injuries?

Published on May 19, 2022 at 10:11 pm in Premises Liability.
what can lead to serious escalator injuries

A few different places around Albuquerque have escalators, including the international airport, some hotels, bookstores and department stores, movie theaters, entertainment or sports facilities, government offices, and some skyscraper commercial buildings in the downtown area.    Many individuals don’t think twice about riding an escalator. However, others find themselves crippled with fear over the prospect of […]

New Speed Limit Reductions Approved for Austin

Published on May 12, 2022 at 6:01 pm in Car Accidents.
New Speed Limit Reductions Approved for Austin

In February, the Austin City Council passed a handful of new ordinances that lowered the speed limit on roads in Southwest, Southeast, and Northeast Austin, TX. These speed limit reductions are the first to be approved for the city’s outer districts, following an Austin Department of Transportation initiative kicked off in 2020 targeting urban-central traffic […]

How Does a Personal Injury Lawyer Support You?

Published on May 5, 2022 at 9:50 pm in Personal Injury.
How Does a Personal Injury Lawyer Support You

There’s no shortage of advertisements that you hear on the radio or see on the television or billboards where personal injury attorneys offer to help you with your case. While many of these ads highlight how their firm’s attorneys can get you the compensation that you deserve for your injuries, very few, if any, of […]

How Do You Know When You Need New Tires?

Published on Apr 25, 2022 at 6:42 pm in Car Accidents.
car tire

Keeping your vehicle in good working order will extend its overall life and limit your risk of being involved in an accident. Performing regular maintenance is about much more than just getting the oil changed, though. Your vehicle’s tires also need regular attention, and you should be prepared to replace them when necessary.

What Is the Three Second Rule for Driving?

Published on Apr 20, 2022 at 5:22 pm in Car Accidents.
Cars in side mirrors

If you’ve ever dropped food on the floor, someone around you might have yelled, “5-second rule!” People have typically taken that to mean, whether rightfully so or not, that so long as the food that fell on the floor has only been there five seconds or less, it’s safe to pick it up, brush it […]

What Should You Do When There’s an Aggressive Driver on the Road?

Published on Apr 14, 2022 at 2:22 pm in Car Accidents.
person driving car

It takes everyone’s effort and cooperation to keep traffic flowing safely and smoothly. As a safe driver, you know this means keeping to the posted speed limit, yielding to other drivers’ rights-of-way, and maintaining a safe following distance. Despite all these efforts, you may still encounter an aggressive driver on the road. It does not […]

What Happens When Truck Drivers Violate Regulations?

Published on Apr 7, 2022 at 1:14 pm in Truck Accidents.
truck and car on road

What happens when truck drivers violate regulations? The safety regulations put in place to protect truck drivers and those who share the road with them are an essential aspect of highway safety. When these regulations are broken, accidents—and fatalities—become much more probable. Below, we’ll examine a few of the most common safety violations and the […]

How Often Should You Rotate Your Tires?

Published on Mar 25, 2022 at 5:38 pm in Car Accidents.
view of car tire

Many motorists tend to think of their tires as indestructible. This way of thinking leads many car owners to drive on their tires until they provide little to no traction in inclement weather and cause a crash. Others ride on the same tires until something gets stuck in them, they can no longer be patched […]

Tips for Driving in a Traffic Jam

Published on Mar 18, 2022 at 5:12 pm in Car Accidents.
Traffic jam

As someone living in Texas, you’ve likely seen your fair share of heavily congested roadways. While the traffic in Dallas is certainly bad, it’s just as awful, if not worse, in the state’s other major cities like Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio, and Austin too.



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