Other than brain injuries, spinal cord injuries may be the most feared and potentially debilitating of all major injuries associated with motor vehicle collisions. Your spinal cord is the conduit that allows your brain to communicate with the rest of your body. Spinal cord injuries can impede or completely disrupt the ability of your brain to communicate with the nerves throughout your body.
Drug possession charges are a serious matter, especially for individuals who are still young and establishing themselves. Many college students, for instance, catch drug possession charges that derail their education and burden them with a criminal record that makes it difficult to find strong employment and housing.
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.
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.
Imagine driving down Loop 337 through New Braunfels on your way to River Road for a nice Saturday on the Guadalupe River. Traffic is heavier than usual with tourists coming into town for an afternoon or weekend getaway and many of these driver’s do not know exactly where they are going. This means they are paying more attention to road signs and their GPS systems than what traffic is actually doing. In addition, this means you are more at risk of becoming involved in a car accident.
Semi-truck accidents are far too common in Texas, and overloaded or improperly loaded trailers is one of the leading causes of accidents. In 2016, Texas had the highest fatal truck accident rate in the nation according to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. Semi and other industrial trucks were involved in accidents that resulted in 484 fatalities.