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Texting and Driving Laws in Texas
Jeff Rasansky June 20, 2017

Starting September 1st, 2017, Texas will finally make texting and driving illegal statewide! Governor Greg Abbott announced on June 6th that he’s signed House Bill 62 into law. Under the new law, texting while driving within the state of Texas will be punishable by a fine of $25-99 for first-time offenders, and $100-200 for repeat…

Right of Way Car Accident Lawyer in Dallas
Jeff Rasansky March 31, 2017

Have you been hurt in a Dallas car accident due to another driver’s failure to yield the right of way? Many car accidents result because of a driver’s failure to yield the right of way to another vehicle. While these kind of wrecks are often the result of distracted driving, there are other conditions that enter the picture…

Dallas Distracted Driving Accident Lawyer
Justin King June 7, 2017

Statistically speaking, one out of every five car accidents is caused by a distracted driver. If you’ve been hurt in a car accident involving a driver who was distracted at the time (including texting while driving), call our Dallas car accident lawyers today at 1-877-405-4313 for free information on your legal options, and how we can help. When you’re on the…

Jeff Rasansky June 7, 2017

The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is raising awareness during National Distracted Driving Awareness Month in order to reduce the number of drivers who text behind the wheel. April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month, and the Texas Department of Transportation is continuing to educate Texans on distracted driving through its TALK. TEXT. CRASH. campaign….

Jeff Rasansky December 1, 2016

Driving while distracted is a recipe for disaster which can easily result in serious injuries or death. Over the years, technology has developed to the point where everyone has a cell phone. With this technological boom came the need and demand for information, as well as a certain measure of addiction to our smartphones. I…

Staff December 7, 2016

Answer: Despite federal regulations that are designed to keep Texas truckers alert and attentive while behind the wheel, truckers can still spend many uninterrupted hours on highways for eight consecutive days without interruption or breaks. These long, often monotonous hours mean that truckers often distract themselves with activities inside their cab. At any given time, a trucker…

Jeff Rasansky June 7, 2017

It’s more than a safe bet that most people reading this are guilty of using their cell phone behind the wheel.  Whether answering or making calls, checking email, or texting someone – using a cell while driving has become way too common. The fact of the matter is that using a phone while driving is…

Jeff Rasansky July 17, 2015

As many states add new rules for drivers who are distracted by mobile devices while driving, two states are considering adding new laws that would combat the issue of distracted pedestrians. You don’t have to be behind a wheel to be distracted While many people are familiar with how dangerous it is to talk on…

Jeff Rasansky January 8, 2016

Keeping yourself and others safe on the road means paying attention on the road. To that end, you have to make certain that you strike a happy balance between electronic devices that you depend upon every day and being a safe driver. Statistics show that thousands of people are killed by distracted drivers every year….

Jeff Rasansky May 18, 2017

Texas police officers deal with more distractions when they are driving due to the presence of new technology that’s been installed in their cruisers. According to an article on NBCDFW, those distractions are sometimes the culprits behind accidents involving police vehicles. The report quotes state data that shows that there were at least 70 crashes…

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