Tips for Riding a Motorcycle in the Rain

You may not always be able to avoid riding your motorcycle in the rain. It might be your only form of transportation on a rainy day, or you may get caught in an unexpected Texas thunderstorm. Either way, it is possible to ride safely in the rain. The right equipment, preparation and operation techniques…

Read More

How to Safely Drive Near Motorcycles

As a driver, you have a legal responsibility to look out for the safety of all other roadway users – including motorcyclists, bicyclists and pedestrians. Motorcyclists may assume a certain amount of risk, but they do not assume the risks of negligent, aggressive or reckless drivers. Causing a motorcycle accident could make you financially…

Read More

How Much Is My Motorcycle Accident Claim Worth?

Surviving a motorcycle accident is just the beginning of your journey. From there, you and your lawyer will need to navigate the personal injury and auto accident laws in Texas to fight for justice and fair compensation. Holding a negligent or reckless party accountable for your motorcycle accident could help you move forward after…

Read More

Who Is Liable for Motorcycle Accidents in San Antonio?

A motorcycle accident can easily be catastrophic for the motorcyclist. A motorcyclist could suffer life-changing injuries such as broken bones, traumatic brain injuries, severe road rash, and long-term back or spine injuries. Many motorcycle accident victims do not survive their injuries. In 2017, Texas reported 418 motorcyclist deaths in traffic accidents. Holding someone liable…

Read More

What Is a “No Contact” Motorcycle Accident?

Not all motorcycle accidents involve vehicle-to-vehicle collisions. A no-contact motorcycle accident happens when a driver causes a motorcycle accident without a crash. The driver may commit a dangerous act that forces the motorcyclist to react and crash – all without contact between the two vehicles. In a no-contact motorcycle accident, it is common for…

Read More
Nissan Rogue

Two Massive Vehicle Recalls Texas Drivers Should Know About

There are at least two massive vehicle recalls from this month that should be of interest to vehicle owners in San Antonio and throughout Texas. Between the two, close to 5 million vehicles are affected. Nissan Recalls 1.2 million-plus Vehicles This Week According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Nissan North America…

Read More

What Is Considered a Commercial Motor Vehicle?

A commercial motor vehicle (CMV) is one that operates for commercial, or business, purposes. Rather than a driver operating a vehicle for personal reasons, a commercial driver operates a vehicle for business. Commercial vehicles may carry products or passengers. According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), a commercial motor vehicle must also…

Read More
Pedestrian Crossing Logo

Too Many Pedestrian Accidents; What Can Be Done?

There is little doubt that something more must be done to keep pedestrians safe from traffic. For thirty years, pedestrian fatalities steadily dropped, which was significant. However, since 2010,  the numbers have been rising again. In the last ten years, a pedestrian is killed every 90 minutes, which means more than 40,000 have died…

Read More

What Is “Platooning” of Big Rig Trucks, and Is It Safe?

Platooning refers to two or more commercial trucks tailgating one another in a line, or platoon. Platooning is a common way for truck companies to save on fuel in states that allow this practice. Many people, however, debate the safety of platooning. The long history of commercial truck accidents in the U.S. and questionable…

Read More
Move Over / Slow Down Pamphlet

Texas Expands Scope of Move Over/Slow Down Law to Protect First Responders, Road Workers

For first responders, including police, fire, EMTs, and even tow truck drivers and trash collectors, high stress is a major part of the job. And when they have to wrk in traffic, that stress can spike even higher than usual. And while they do their best to keep an eye on the other drivers…

Read More

Awards & Accolades