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Common Truck Defects that Cause Accidents

By Israel Garcia |

For victims of a truck accident, it is not always easy to determine what caused their crash. This is especially true when a crash was caused by a defective part on the truck. Defective parts cause truck accidents more than many people think. When they do, truck drivers can lose control of the vehicle… Read More »

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How to Prove Hours of Service Violations

By Israel Garcia |

Truck driver fatigue is one of the most common causes of truck accidents in San Antonio, and throughout Texas. Truck drivers are under an immense amount of pressure to complete their routes and deliver cargo within strict time constraints. To do this, they often remain on the road longer than they should, and even… Read More »

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Common Types of Truck Accidents in Texas

By Israel Garcia |

Year over year, Texas is consistently in the top ten states that have the highest number of fatalities due to truck accidents. Even when accident victims survive a crash, they will be left with some of the most serious injuries. Traumatic brain injuries, amputations, paralysis, and severe burns are just a few of these…. Read More »

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Frequently Asked Questions After an 18-Wheeler Accident

By Israel Garcia |

Accidents involving 18-wheelers are traumatic and confusing for injured victims. After a serious accident, you may not know what rights you have or what you should do next. You likely also have many questions. Below, our San Antonio 18-wheeler accident lawyer outlines the questions we hear most often, and the answers to them. What… Read More »

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Five Mistakes to Avoid After an 18-Wheeler Accident

By Israel Garcia |

An accident with an 18-wheeler truck will leave you feeling very overwhelmed. You will likely sustain very serious injuries, have to miss time from work, and you will feel many emotions. You may also not know what steps to take next, or what things you should avoid doing. You may end up doing things… Read More »

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Common Defenses Raised in Truck Accident Cases

By Israel Garcia |

Going up against truck drivers, the big trucking companies, and the many insurance companies that represent them is never easy. After a truck crash, you likely sustained very serious injuries and you deserve compensation for your losses. The damages available in truck accident cases are typically higher than settlements awarded in crashes involving two… Read More »

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Important Timelines in Truck Accident Claims

By Israel Garcia |

The aftermath of a truck accident is an extremely stressful time. You will have many questions and concerns during this time. You might think that now is the time to focus on recovering from your physical and mental injuries, and that there will be lots of time to file a claim. However, after a… Read More »

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What Types of Accidents Do Improperly Loaded Trucks Cause?

By Israel Garcia |

18-wheelers are a critical part of the economy in San Antonio, and throughout Texas. Fully loaded trucks come into the city, or use it as a thoroughfare, as they transport cargo from one location to another. Unfortunately, the cargo on commercial trucks is not always loaded properly. Trucks are sometimes overloaded, which weighs down… Read More »

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How are Truck Accidents Different from Other Crashes?

By Israel Garcia |

Any crash on the road can be a traumatic and difficult experience. However, if you have been injured in a truck accident, the situation is often much more serious. There are many reasons truck accidents differ from other types of crashes. Trucks are much larger and heavier than passenger vehicles, which results in injuries… Read More »

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Why are Tire Blowouts on Trucks So Dangerous?

By Israel Garcia |

Anyone who has seen large transport trucks on the road knows that they have many more tires than passenger vehicles. After all, they are known as 18-wheelers for a reason. It is easy to make the assumption that these additional tires are actually a safety measure, in case an issue with another tire causes… Read More »

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