Month: March 2014

Texas accidents in the news: Day of March 31, 2014 A fourth person has died from the injuries suffered at the South By Southwest festival in Austin earlier this month. The 18-year-old man died after he was run over by a suspected drunken driver, who crashed through a barrier and into a crowded street.  The […]

Texas accidents in the news: Day of March 27, 2014 A man is in critical condition and two others seriously injured after a car crashed into a stalled pickup truck on Gateway East in El Paso, Texas near Tony Lama Factory Store.  The two men were working underneath the pickup early Thursday morning after it […]

There is an uneasy relationship between brain injuries and football players, with an increasing number of studies showing how dangerous the sport is to athletes.  Given the popularity of football, research into its effects on the body were not received well at first, but there is now no doubt that serious, possibly permanent, damage can […]

Texas accidents in the news: Day of March 26, 2014 A street racing crash killed one person and injured at least five others Tuesday in the 91 block of southbound Scott in Sunnyside.  One of the injured was thrown from the car after the driver lost control and impaled into a tree. Construction workers barely […]

Texas accidents in the news: Day of March 24, 2014   A pedestrian was killed early Saturday crossing the Gulf Freeway service road in the 8200 block between Belfort Avenue and Park Place Boulevard.  According to Houston Police investigators, he was struck by the driver of  Chevy Silverado pickup.  No charges have been filed. A […]

Texas accidents in the news: Day of March 21, 2014 Three special needs students and three adults were injured after their Copperas Cove school bus was struck by a car at the intersection of Farm-to-Market 116 and State Highway 9 Friday afternoon.  According to police reports, the car ran a stop sign and violently slammed […]

The link between asbestos and mesothelioma is conclusive, so much so, doctors consider the presence of the cancer to be a “sentinel” tumor, or a strong sign that a person has been exposed to the material even if the patient is unaware of it.  Researchers who have studied thousands of case histories have asserted that […]

      Commit for Life Gulf Coast Regional Blood Drive Today is no different than any other day  at The Terry Bryant Accident & Injury Law office.  The staff is  helping those in need by donating blood with the Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center.   They know that every donation can help save as many as […]

Texas accidents in the news: Day of March 20, 2014 A 45-bicyclist died in a hit-and-run last Thursday outside a nearby Waterford Harbor Community in the 1900 block of East Marina Bay Drive in League City, allegedly by a nurse, who works at Houston Methodist St. John Hospital in Nassau Bay.  Surveillance video posted online […]

In Texas, vehicle accident lawyers are among the busiest attorneys in the entire country.  Every year, the state’s major roads are the site of tens of thousands of crashes, many of them fatal.  In fact, there were more than 3,000 deaths associated with vehicle crashes in 2011, which is a rather staggering figure.  The Texas […]