Every time you get behind the wheel, you know that you could be involved in an accident. Even though you do your best to avoid trouble, there's no way of knowing if another driver will make a poor decision that puts you in harm's way.
All parents worry about their children's safety from time to time. Even the most laid back parents occasionally fret because worrying about the safety of one's children is instinctual. This kind of worry can be particularly heightened when parents are acutely aware of the fact that even the most common everyday items can potentially harm their children.
What makes our personal injury; immigration and criminal law firm a trusted legal resource in Southern Texas? Our success in achieving favorable outcomes for our clients is one objective measure of credibility, to be sure. Yet in the words of a former client, the Guerra Law Firm provides an extra level of service:
Imagine you are driving your children to school. As you slow at a yield sign before merging with traffic, your vehicle is slammed from behind by a driver in another car.
In the U.S., we are always on the move, squeezing any extra seconds we can out of our day through multi-tasking. This has led to an epidemic that claims thousands of lives and injures hundreds of thousands more every year. Distracted driving is the leading cause of car accidents in the US. What can you do to help fight this growing trend? First, you need to get informed.
For over twenty years, The Guerra Law Firm has provided legal services in the areas of criminal law, immigration and personal injury.
Why does a recent study call summer the "100 deadliest days" on American roads? With the end of the school year, millions of teen drivers have free time to hang out, text their friends, talk on their cell phones and drive around. Unfortunately, these activities often take place at the same time! On roads in Texas and throughout the country, this influx of young (and often distracted) drivers leads to a marked increase in traffic accidents.
Most people will be involved in some sort of car accident in their lifetimes. The vast majority of these car accidents are minor with the vehicle taking the brunt of the damage. Even if everyone is safe and no physical harm is done, a car accident can be a traumatic experience, leaving the driver and passengers badly shaken.