If you've watched the distracted driving conversation in recent years, you know that a lot of it focuses on teen drivers. Critics note that they tend to talk on their cellphones, send text messages, talk to friends in the car, take pictures, listen to music, eat snacks and engage in a host of other distracting activities.
A collision with a large truck or commercial vehicle can be a devastating event for a Houston resident. Aside from the process of caring for their own injuries and trying to manage the repair or replacement of their vehicle, they may struggle to get back to work so that they can continue to provide for the people that count on their income. Depending upon the facts and circumstances of their case, a truck accident victim may have options for litigating their claims and recovering their damages.
It can be scary to suffer an injury while doing one's job. Depending upon the nature of the victim's work and the circumstances surrounding the accident, their injury could range from very minor to life-threatening. Texas residents who are involved in on-the-job accidents that lead to injuries should report their harm as soon as possible to their employers.
When you left for work in the morning, the last thing you expected was to be taking an ambulance to the hospital. Unfortunately, while you were driving, the person beside you thought it would be a good idea to move into your lane. This caused a chain reaction, and you ended up with serious injuries.