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  • Texting and Driving Laws in Texas
    Texting and Driving Laws in Texas

    Here at Clay Dugas and Associates we have seen time and time again the dangers and devastation connected with reckless driving. We are committed to winning justice for our clients who have been ...

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  • Avoid These Seven Common Mistakes After a Trucking Accident
    Avoid These Seven Common Mistakes After a Trucking Accident

    Accidents with 18-wheeler vehicles are not something most motorists ever plan for. If you are involved in a wreck, then chances are you will feel scared and disoriented afterwards. In this confused ...

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  • Clay Dugas Donates to the Family Services of Southeast Texas
    Clay Dugas Donates to the Family Services of Southeast Texas

    We want to call your attention to a very important charity: The Family Services of Southeast Texas. For those who are unfamiliar with this organization, Family Services provides much needed safe ...

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  • Myth: Laying down a Motorcycle Will Help to Avoid Injury
    Myth: Laying down a Motorcycle Will Help to Avoid Injury

    The chances are high that if you have spent a good bit of time around motorcyclists, you have probably heard someone tell the story of how they, or someone they knew, had to lay down their motorcycle ...

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  • Motorcycle Helmets Laws in Texas
    Motorcycle Helmets Laws in Texas

    There is no more hotly debated a topic when it comes to motorcycles and motorcycles safety than helmets. Helmet use, and in particular helmet laws, draw an extreme reaction from both sides of the ...

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  • How Civil Cases Can Benefit a Victim If Criminal Charges Have Been Dismissed
    How Civil Cases Can Benefit a Victim If Criminal Charges Have Been Dismissed

    The American criminal justice system is one of the best, most successful systems in the world. It strives to remain fair, impartial, and protect the American public from the perpetrators of crime. ...

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