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Motorcyclists, Make Good Choices Regarding Helmets.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration recently published an article regarding motorcyclists and the choices they make. Unlike vehicle drivers, motorcyclists must choose their level of safety. Consider this: laws require cars to meet certain crashworthiness standards and that they … Continue reading

Auto Makers Recall Millions of Cars

According to recent news reports, sevenmajor auto makers plan to recall millions of vehicles equipped with air bags that could explode under certain circumstances. Recalled models will include: Honda: 2001-2005 Civics, 2001-2007 4-cyl. Accords, 2002-2006 CR-V, 2002-2004 Odyssey, others Nissan: … Continue reading

Planning a Bus Trip This Summer? Be Safe!

Many people plan to travel across the United States by bus this summer. Bus tours are a popular, relatively inexpensive way for Texans in church groups or social clubs to travel together to conferences, mission locations, or vacation spots. Continue reading

Numbers Rise of Those Sickened by Foster Farms Salmonella Outbreak

Dallas injury lawyers report on new information concerning the salmonella outbreak linked to Foster Farms. Dallas, TX – The number of those sickened by a salmonella outbreak linked to Foster Farms chicken has increased in recent weeks. As reported by … Continue reading

Be Safe When Photographing Texas Roadside Flowers

Whether you’re a native Texas or a recent transplant, you’re likely to agree that few things are as beautiful as springtime in Texas. The gorgeous weather draws people outdoors to play, to eat on patios, and to photograph their families … Continue reading

Car Accident Settlement Agreement: Confidentiality Clause

If you filed a lawsuit regarding injuries you received in a car accident, chances are high that you will resolve that lawsuit via settlement. And, if you do settle your case, you may be asked to sign a settlement agreement … Continue reading

Hailing a Taxi? Wear Your Seat Belt

Everyone knows how important it is to wear seat belts. Yet, many people who would never drive their own cars without wearing seat belts often forego seat belts when they ride in taxis, limousines, or similar hired car service vehicles. … Continue reading

Are New Generation Air Bags Defective?

A local newspaper reports that General Motors Co.—a company that recently recalled 2.6 million cars for a flaw that can deactivate air bags—may also have produced Chevrolet Impalas with defective air bags. The Center for Auto Safety recently raised concerns … Continue reading

GM Apologizes for Deaths Linked to Delayed Recall

In a move that has been criticized as “too little, too late,” the chief executive officer of General Motors apologized for deaths linked to the delayed recall of over one million small cars. According to news reports, CEO Mary Barra … Continue reading

Fort Worth Community Center Breaks Ground, 1800 CAR WRECK Lends Support

Eberstein & Witherite gives to help build the new Bethlehem Community Center, which has provided resources for underprivileged kids in Fort Worth for 75 years. Fort Worth, Texas – State Rep. Nicole Collier, an attorney with the Eberstein & Witherite … Continue reading

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