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How to Stay Safe After The Accident

Submitted by Anonymous on Mar 15th, 2011

Most of the time, tips for keeping safe have to do with keeping out of a Dallas auto accident. After you've already been in an accident, however, there are some things you can do to make sure things are as safe as possible.

Let a Car Wreck Lawyer Save You a Headache

Submitted by Anonymous on Mar 10th, 2011

A Dallas vehicle accident attorney is exactly the professional you need if you've been involved in a car wreck that wasn't your fault. There are plenty of instances where drivers are negligent and where someone gets hurt because of it. These attorneys specialize in making sure that the victims of such drivers are able to seek financial compensation for their injuries, their pain and their suffering. With one of these attorneys on your side, you'll stand a much better chance of not being financially devastated by someone who was driving recklessly or downright dangerously.

Fortunately, hiring a car accident lawyer doesn't necessarily mean that you have to have money up front. In some cases, these attorneys will allow you to hire them on contingency, which means that you don't have to pay them unless they actually win your claim. The most important thing, however, is to make sure that, when you are in an accident, you don't say the wrong thing to your insurance company or to the other driver. In fact, the best time to call these attorneys is right after an accident.

Update: Ft. Worth Cop Quit before Chief Could Fire

Submitted by jrlaw on Dec 23rd, 2009

Fort Worth Police Officer Jesus Cisneros turned himself in to the police Monday, and was arrested for intoxication manslaughter after he killed Sonia Baker in a car accident earlier this month. He got out of jail on Tuesday after posting a $25,000 bond.


Investigators found Cisneros to be going twice the posted legal speed limit of 35 miles per hour at the time of the crash. He was also driving with a blood alcohol level of twice the legal amount of .08.
FWPD Chief Jeff Halstead told local news stations he was planning on firing Cisneros when he received the officer’s resignation.
Our firm, which is representing the Bakers, issued a statement to CBS-11.  “This is still a sad and tragic circumstance, and we are going to go to the ends of the earth to make sure anyone responsible is held fully accountable.”
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