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Kirkendall Dwyer BlogThis past winter was rough for many Americans, and those in Dallas are no exception. The roadways in Dallas are dangerous enough without the addition of slick roads and ice.... Continue Reading »Accidents involving semi-trucks are very serious matters. Semis are enormous vehicles and with a full load, they can weigh tens of thousands of pounds. Plus, as they’re... Continue Reading »Weather all around the country wasn’t been particularly cooperative this past winter. All over, states recorded record snowfalls and some even reported snowfalls for the... Continue Reading »
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The driver of an eighteen-wheeler crashed and died in Houston Sunday February 16, 2014. It was at least the sixth traffic death in Houston since the beginning of the month. The accident occurred on the northbound Gulf Freeway ramp of … Continue reading
Just because you don’t drive a semi or 18-wheeler doesn’t mean you may not need a truck accident attorney in the future. Large commercial trucks are just a fact of life now. When you get behind the wheel, there’s a … Continue reading
Few people outside of the profession truly appreciate what a harrowing experience it can be driving a semi-truck. You have the biggest vehicle on the road, often going highway speeds, with tons of cargo coming in behind you and countless … Continue reading
On March 13th, I-94 in Harper Woods (a suburb outside of Detroit) had to be closed for four hours after a garbage truck reportedly collided with the back of a coupe. The trunk of the coupe was completely demolished and … Continue reading
Your life can change in a split second. Every day in Houston, we hear about accidents on the roadways. Reports from local news helicopters will tell you which streets to avoid to bypass wrecks, and many of us only think … Continue reading
If you’re in an accident driving your personal vehicle, there is a range of consequences, whether you were at fault or not. If you were not at fault, you’ll have to deal with the other driver’s insurance company to pay … Continue reading