As this blog has discussed on previous occasions, distracted driving is not only illegal in Texas, it is also very unsafe and leads to serious personal injury. A Killeen resident who engages in this sort of behavior, even if he only takes his eyes off of the road for a second or two, runs the risk of causing a fatal car accident or, at least, an accident that leaves a victim seriously injured.
Some of the latest statistics regarding distracted driving are not encouraging when it comes to evaluating whether and to what extent stepped up enforcement against texting in driving here in Texas and in other parts of the country are working.
The classic Walt Disney movie The Aristocats paints a cute picture – without any human relatives, a wealthy woman leaves her fortune to her beloved cats. You love your pets as much as the character in the movie did. However, leaving an inheritance to your furry family members doesn’t happen like it sometimes does in Hollywood. You and other Texas pet lovers can make sure your pets are taken care of after you die, but it doesn’t mean leaving your estate to them.
Having a physical or mental limitation that it makes it hard for a person to work can be a real emotional burden on Texans.
Many residents of Killeen and Fort Hood, even those not affiliated with the military, find themselves needing to make a move to another state. Of course, with Texas being so large, even certain moves in state can have the same effect as moving to another state.
Slip-and-fall injuries are the most common types of personal injuries people experience, and they can occur anywhere, from the workplace to a public shopping mall. These injuries may seem relatively inconsequential, but the truth is that sometimes they provoke quite serious injuries that require extensive medical attention.
Whether you have been involved in a car accident or were hurt because of another individual's negligence, it is important to see a medical professional as soon as possible after the incident regardless of what symptoms do or do not appear. Too many people neglect to get medical care because there are no signs of an injury that are immediately apparent. Many injuries show symptoms later, though.