A death in the family is always difficult to come to terms with. In fact, it is more difficult when the person killed is young and has the rest of their life in front of them. The reality gets harder to accept when that death is due to the negligence of someone else. A recent fatal car accident is an example of one such unexpected loss.
Summer in New Braunfels usually means regular weekend trips to the Guadalupe or Comal River for some tubing. On any given weekend, these areas are filled with people from Austin to San Antonio enjoying the cooling effects of the water and drinking beer.
When driving, you won't have to look far to spot a commercial truck. In fact, if you find yourself on the highway, theses vehicles may surround you.
It probably goes without saying that a motor vehicle accident can wreak havoc in the lives of the victims and their loved ones. In fact, the damages can be far worse if the victim was struck by a large truck. Usually, the sheer size of the truck is enough to inflict serious damage to the victim and their vehicle. It is due to this fact that claims related to truck accidents are often more complicated.
A recent report that analyzed 2018 data found that an alarming number of people in Texas were arrested for Class C misdemeanors, which are generally considered to be minor traffic offenses or violations of city code. According to Reason, the report found that about 45,000 drivers were arrested for Class C misdemeanors at traffic stops in Texas in 2018.