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  • Recovering Exemplary Damages in Texas
    Recovering Exemplary Damages in Texas

    When Can Plaintiffs Recover Exemplary Damages? In Texas, a plaintiff can recover exemplary damages in certain situations (also called “punitive damages”). In order to recover exemplary damages in a ...

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  • THE PERILS OF SHARING THE ROAD WITH A TRACTOR TRAILER AT NIGHT
    THE PERILS OF SHARING THE ROAD WITH A TRACTOR TRAILER AT NIGHT

    18 wheelers share the highway with us 24/7. The most dangerous time to share the road with them is nighttime. There is a reason why truckers call the time from midnight to 6:00am the DANGER ZONE. It ...

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  • 18 Wheeler Leaves 2 Dead on Ih 10 in Orange County
    18 Wheeler Leaves 2 Dead on Ih 10 in Orange County

    Yesterday, on January 10, 2017, another senseless death of two innocent people happened because of inexcusable driving by an 18 wheeler. The lives of an Orange County couple returning home from ...

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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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  • Trucking Companies Fight Hard
    Trucking Companies Fight Hard

    18 wheeler trucking companies don’t quickly admit fault and they don’t quickly pay what is owed. In reality, the lawyers hired to defend 18 wheeler trucking companies are hired guns that come out ...

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  • 18 Wheelers Need 40 Percent More Room to Stop
    18 Wheelers Need 40 Percent More Room to Stop

    An 18 Wheeler will take as much as 40 percent more room to stop than a typical car. Naturally, road conditions can affect that distance as well. But if a car needs anywhere from 280 feet to 370 feet ...

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