A fully-loaded large truck can weigh up to 80,000 pounds. Additionally, these massive vehicles usually carry hundreds of gallons of highly-flammable diesel fuel. This combination often leads to catastrophic injuries, such as serious burns and head or spine injuries.
Two people and the pregnant woman's unborn child are dead following a serious collision on a side road near Interstate 20.
For the second time in two years, a vehicle jumped a curve on South Hulen Street, causing massive property damage.
One person is in the hospital after Arlington police continued pursuing a robbery suspect into Fort Worth.
2020 got off to a very bleak start for the families of four people killed or seriously injured after a vehicle collided with a metallic sign pole.
Comparative fault is perhaps the most common insurance company defense in car wreck claims. This legal loophole basically shifts blame for the accident from the tortfeasor (negligent driver) to the victim.
In a vehicle collision claim, the victim/plaintiff must establish liability by a preponderance of the evidence, a legal term which means "more likely than not."
A crossroads collision in Arlington sent a vehicle careening into a utility pole, killing the driver almost instantly. Doctors speculated that a head injury may have delivered the fatal blow.
Investigators say that adverse weather may have been a factor in a deadly crash which occurred on South Loop 820 near the Highway 287 interchange.
Nearly half of all fatal car wrecks in Texas occur in the energy-producing zones centered around the Barnett Shale/Permian Basin areas of North and West Texas.