Month: August 2014

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  • August
    29 2014

    Texas Truck Accident News for August 29, 2014

    The start of the Labor Day holiday weekend means that many drivers will take to the highways for one final summer trip. These drivers must also be aware of the potential for becoming involved in a Texas truck accident as they travel. Several Texas truck accidents occurred over the past week, some of which had […]

  • August
    22 2014

    Texas Truck Wreck News for August 22, 2014

    The events of recent weeks have shown that Texas truck wrecks have become a serious problem throughout the state. The severity of these Texas truck wrecks have ranged from vehicular damage to critical injuries to fatalities. The attorneys at the Amaro Law Firm stand ready to help victims of Texas truck wrecks across the state […]

  • August
    20 2014

    Study: Dallas Leads Texas Cities in 18 Wheeler Rollover Accidents

    A study conducted by the American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) showed that Dallas led the state in 18 wheeler rollover accidents from 2005 to 2009, with no end to the trend in sight. The ATRI study examined data for 18 wheeler rollover accidents in 31 states from 2001 to 2009, but only showed data for […]

  • August
    19 2014

    San Antonio 18 Wheeler Wrecks Include Rollover, Fatality

    Two major San Antonio 18 wheeler wrecks this week led to serious injuries, including a fatality. A rollover wreck on Interstate 10 left one person in critical condition after a pickup rear-ended a tractor trailer. Another San Antonio 18 wheeler wreck involving a pickup truck, this one on Highway 90, led to a fatality when […]

  • August
    14 2014

    Texas 18 Wheeler Fires Lead to Injuries, Fatality

    State and local police reported a number of accidents that involved Texas 18 wheeler fires. Two major Texas 18 wheeler fires occurred in suburban Dallas. A fuel spill led to fire that shut down a section of U.S. Highway 75 in McKinney. Three vehicles, including an 18 wheeler, collided and caused a fatal fire early […]