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Fatal Needville crash may lead to wrongful death claim

Traveling during the late evening hours can come with many risk to all motorist. It is extremely important for all drivers to remain alert and to be cognizant of other distracted drivers and wildlife such as deer. The traffic may be less dense during this time, but every precaution should be taken in order to stay safe during these hours and to prevent any potential wrongful death associated with these risks.

Family loses child in fatal accident on Texas interstate

Traveling the Texas highways during rush hour is usually not worse than an aggravation to the majority of drivers. However, with such heavy traffic, there is always a risk of becoming involved in a serious or even fatal accident. Unfortunately, a recent rush hour crash led to a family losing their beloved daughter.

Multi-vehicle fatal accident in Texas kills 3

No matter how vigilant a driver may be, not every hazard can be avoided. Along with the heavy traffic that clogs Texas freeways on a daily basis, there are other dangers posed by drivers that may be impaired or otherwise distracted. One recent fatal accident appears to have resulted from a driver's negligence.

Drunk driver enters guilty plea for fatal accident that killed 1

There are few things that are harder to accept than the sudden loss of a loved one to a preventable tragedy. When that loss comes at the hands of an alleged drunk driver who caused a fatal accident, then the family is often left feeling shattered. Recently, a Texas man entered a guilty plea for his role in the death of another driver.

Texas public official arrested after fatal accident kills 2

Texas officials are elected to represent the needs of their residents and as such, they are also expected to uphold the same laws that apply to their constituents. When a public servant is suspected of violating those laws, it is also expected that they will be held to the same consequences. One woman who holds the office of commissioner-at-large in Texas City was recently arrested after a fatal accident.

Man arrested for causing fatal accident in death of woman

One Texas family is grieving the loss of their 23-year-old loved one. She was the victim of a fatal accident when a man reportedly ran her down and left her alone without seeking assistance for her. Police then conducted a search that went into a neighboring state.

Woman critically injured, man killed in fatal accident

Young drivers are more expensive to insure as they are more likely to be involved in an accident. Unfortunately, higher insurance rates do not seem to be an effective prevention against a serious or fatal accident. Many Texas families have had to endure the tragic losses that these wrecks cause.

Fatal accident after one man's suicide kills Texas woman

According to one spokesperson, the incidences of suicides among firefighters have increased dramatically. While this is tragic in and of itself, when an alleged suicide leads to the death of another, the tragedy is compounded. Recently, a Texas woman was killed in a fatal accident involving a man who was purportedly suicidal.

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