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August 2015 Archives

How am I supposed to know if my vehicle is subject to recall?

The news has been full of notices about auto recalls due to defective parts lately. The latest and perhaps greatest is the one centered on faulty safety air bags. We've written about them in an effort to bring the issue to the attention of Texas readers. The hope is that by adding our voice to the choir that a lot of lives might be saved.

What are bar servers supposed to look for to avoid DWI liability?

If you are hurt or lose a loved one in a drunk driving accident is the drunk driver the only party liable to be held accountable the pain and suffering that results? Maybe. Maybe not. If that drunk driver took to the road after being served at a bar or restaurant, it is possible that the person who served that driver could be liable, too.

List of alleged bad acts long in deadly truck crash case

Crashes involving semitractor-trailer trucks tend to be among the more complicated motor vehicle accidents to resolve. These behemoths on Texas roads can cause some of the most serious injuries, very often death. But the layers of regulations at both the state and federal levels and the additional layers of business separation that industry players often employ as a shield from liability can make accountability a challenge.

Rep for pedestrian accidents a challenge for San Antonio planners

Data suggests that the San Antonio area is into alternative modes of transportation. That means that a lot of people opt to walk or ride bicycles to get to school, work, run errands or just get out for some exercise.

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