Motorcycle accidents continue to occur in Texas, both in San Antonio and El Paso. Recently, a man that died in a motorcycle accident in the North Side of San Antonio has been identified. His name is Jose Vargas and he was 36 years old. Reports indicate that he lost control of this bike. However, we wonder what lead authorities to this conclusion. Where their witnesses? Or did someone run him off the road. Was another driver not keeping a proper look out? Friday morning after losing control of his bike has been identified.
Motorcycle accidents not only happen in Texas; they happen in Lodi, N.J. A motorcyclist died after colliding with an 18-wheeler on an interstate highway in northern New Jersey. According to police officials, the motorcycle driver was 41-years old. He name: Mark Candelario. A report indicated that he was from Elmwood Park and rode his motorcycle in the left lane of westbound Route 80 in Lodi. That was when the crashed took place. It occurred around 1:00 a.m. Police authorities say that Candelario apparently failed to maintain his lane and struck the tractor-trailer, but it that accurate? What evidence do they have? Could it have been the error of the truck driver? After the accident, he was thrown from the motorcycle and was pronounced dead at the scene. Does this bike accident trigger a wrongful death case?
Reports out of Kenedy County, Texas indicate that a head-on car accident claimed the life of a 53-year old man in Karnes County. He was from Bishop, Texas. One of the passengers in the Ford pickup, Juan Beltran was pronounced dead at the scene. The other two individuals inside the Ford truck were taken to a hospital in San Antonio. Texas is proud to have the quality of San Antonio hospitals to help individuals that are seriously injured in accidents. Similarly, people are proud to have the high quality of Texas personal injury lawyers in the San Antonio area.
Many Texans have experienced that personal request from a family member or friend to be a child's guardian in the event anything should happen to the parent. Now that the child's parents have died in a car crash on a Texas Highway line I-35 or I-10, or another Houston or San Antonio road, you may find yourself in that position to care for the child. You would do anything for this child, but what do you do next?
A fire allegedly injured two people at a Chevron Phillips plant on Monday night. Luckily no fatalities, wrongful death, was reported. The fire was believed to have started at about 8 p.m. Monday. The cause of the fire is undetermined and remains under investigation.
Too many children are burned due to fireworks accidents. Sometimes a burn injury can lead to a wrongful death case involving a child. With the Fourth of July around the corner, we all should allow professionals to handle fireworks. Let's be spectators. Too many Fourth of July celebrations are ruined because children are taken to the hospital Firework injuries can lead to blindness and scarring.
Slip and fall injuries take victims by surprise. Often times the person is shopping at a grocery store or working on the job. The injuries happen from the storeowner or property owner's failure to pick-up the liquid on the floor.
America has learned that a truck driver, allegedly working for Wal-mart has been charged with causing the multi-car crash that killed one person and left four injured, including comedian Tracy Morgan. Morgan starred in NBC's "30 Rock" and "Saturday Night Live." A report indicates that Morgan had a broken leg and was unconscious, but doctors anticipated he would recover. Law enforcement authorities have reported that they believed the driver was dozing off and did not see traffic slowing.
In San Antonio, Texas, a teenage boy was walking on Loop 410 when several cars hit the boy. Unfortunately, the boy who we believe was a student at Southwest Independent School District died. The boy was reported missing. Reports also indicate that the boy was autistic. Too often in Texas, in cities like San Antonio and Houston, pedestrians are hit by automobiles, which often result in wrongful death cases. The boy's family may have questions like how did the boy escape his caretaker? Who was watching him? Could his loss have been protected?
Update on Texas Real Estate forms for use. The Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) has revised new real estate forms that go into effect for mandatory use on June 1, 2014. Looking to prepare a real estate contract? The revised forms include: