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Texas residents, like their counterparts across the country, use their cars for practically everything - taking children to school, getting the groceries and getting to and fro from work, all requires the use of a functioning car and a driving license to drive the car. Without these, people will have to depend on public transport systems or cabs and both of these options cost money and are not time-efficient and this is what people have to rely on when they lose their driving license due to a drunk driving conviction.

How is pain and suffering calculated?

Being involved in a car accident leaves not only physical scars but also emotional ones. While the physical ones may appear to be healing, the emotional ones often take longer to recover from and may require some assistance to come to terms with. But with medical expenses and property damage bills piling up as a result of the accident, not many Texas residents consider getting their emotional well-being sorted out after a crash. This is where pursuing a personal injury claim against the negligent driver may be helpful.

When truckers are distracted

Anytime you get behind the wheel of your car, you undoubtedly face distraction. Other motorists, children demanding attention and roadside attractions are just a few of the things that can divert your attention away from the immediate task at hand, and just as you face such distractions, so, too, do commercial truckers.

3 mistakes to avoid after sustaining an injury

If you have ever been injured in a car accident, slip and fall or other dangerous situation, you likely know just how serious such an incident can be. Even if injuries are not immediately apparent, sustaining physical harm can have lasting consequences on your life and your health.

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