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HB 62: The first step in stopping distracted driving accidents

Back in March, we wrote a post detailing the passage of House Bill 62, a bill that is designed to save lives by making it illegal to text and drive anywhere in Texas. By May, the Senate had also passed the bill and at the start of last month, Governor Greg Abbott had signed the bill into law.

B-2 visas: When a visit is more than just a visit

No one plans on getting into a serious accident or suffering injuries that leave you unable to care for your family for months on end. This is just a part of life that causes most people to look to their family members for support while they recover.

A look at personal injury claims down the road

If you're interested in technology and have been following the news in recent years, then you know self-driving cars are just around the corner. For more than a year, Google and other tech companies have been testing self-driving vehicles on actual roads, making progress toward a future that could mean major changes to the way we get from here to there.

Texas's Roads Are The Country's Most Dangerous

Texas's highways are the nation's most deadly. According to statistics recently released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the 3,757 fatalities on our roads in 2015 were the most recorded in any state. We also lead the country in alcohol-related driving deaths.

Workers at nuclear facilities in New Mexico and Texas face special risks

A major explosion that took place at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant, a dumping ground for radioactive material in southeastern New Mexico, has been linked to the use of the wrong type of kitty litter. Namely, workers switched from using clay-based kitty litter--used for decades to soak up and stabilize nuclear waste--to organic, plant-based kitty litter. Unfortunately, they failed to realize that the organic product was "full of chemical compounds that can react" with toxic material.

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