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Austin, TX (Law Firm Newswire) November 17, 2016 – Driving without a license is an issue in Austin, and the police department wants to do something about it. A proposal put forth to Austin lawmakers would allow the police department to impound a car when the driver has no license. The police would be allowed to impound and tow a vehicle involved in an accident if the driver has a suspended license or no license. Law enforcement feels that this pro-active step forward would assist with Vision Zero’s goal of reducing traffic deaths. El Paso, Waco, Dallas, Corpus Christi, and […]


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Austin, TX (Law Firm Newswire) November 9, 2016 – Driver distraction may have been a factor in this fatal collision. This fatal crash occurred, in September, in San Antonio. It involved a white pickup truck and a dump truck. Two were left dead and three were injured as a result of this accident on FM 1937 and U.S. 281 South. When police arrived on the scene, they found two vehicles in opposite ditches. The road was littered with debris from each truck. The two-lane country road was relatively narrow and the collision had been a head-on, with one vehicle clipping […]


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Austin, TX (Law Firm Newswire) November 4, 2015 – A 22-year-old biker loses both legs in a grisly accident on San Antonio’s West Loop 1604 and Wiseman Road. This accident was the result of a grey Ford pickup making a turnaround on Loop 1604. Unable to avoid a collision, the biker ran into the truck and was ejected from his motorcycle. The biker’s trajectory connected him with the Sea World 151 sign, subsequently severing both his legs. A police office, enroute to work, stopped at the scene of the accident and applied tourniquets to both stumps. The young rider was […]


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Corpus Christi, TX (Law Firm Newswire) February 5, 2014 – Attorney Alex Hernandez Jr., normally practices on the plaintiff side of the bar but when a small business owner called him and told him she was being sued Hernandez stepped in and represented the small business owner on the defensive side. The small business owner had no insurance and was being sued for over six figures. Hernandez litigated the case for over a year and at the end it was his client who got the best end of the deal, they settled for pennies compared to what the small business […]


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