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THE SURPRISING HAZARDS OF SPRING DRIVING

The Surprising Hazards of Spring Driving Do you know what things specifically make spring driving more risky? First, balmy spring weather brings out more motorcyclists, bicyclists, skateboarders, runners, walkers, and children playing outside. That means more danger of someone—possibly someone you don’t see until it’s too late—dashing out in front of your car or weaving in and out of traffic. …

DO YOU HAVE THE LUCK OF THE IRISH?

DO YOU HAVE THE LUCK OF THE IRISH? Don’t count on it to protect you from a car accident this St. Patrick’s Day! As the 4th most popular drinking holiday after New Year’s, Christmas, and the 4th of July, St. Patrick’s Day is known for its alcohol-based parties—and alcohol-related car accidents. In fact, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) …

Drive in North Texas at Your Own Risk

YOU SHOULD BE CONCERNED ABOUT CAR ACCIDENTS IN NORTH TEXAS According to the Texas Department of Transportation, in 2016 there were 630,931 crashes in the state of Texas involving 1,263,335 vehicles and affecting 1,655,667 people. That’s more people than the populations of most cities. And of those accidents, 14,202 were serious with 17,582 people sustaining acute injuries. It’s clear that …