Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) has approached the Dallas Cowboys about reaching out to the team to raise awareness about the dangers of drunk driving. The death of player Jerry[…]
A report published by CarInsuranceComparison.com lists Texas as third on their list of states with the worst drivers. To find each state’s rank, the researchers first collected varying driving and[…]
Five teens, whose names have not yet been released, were driving along Green Oaks Blvd around 3 a.m. when their sedan plowed into a tree, splitting it in half. The driver and the front passenger (believed to be his brother) died at the scene. The three backseat passengers were rushed to John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth where one of them, a young lady, died from her injuries. The remaining two victims are listed in serious condition.
Tavian was riding with his mother when the Honda Accord he was in came up on the four-way stop at Nathan Lowe Road and Petra Drive. After stopping, Tavian’s mother took the right of way and entered the intersection, only to be broadsided by Walter’s westbound SUV. Walter had failed to stop at the stop sign; instead, he had driven full-speed and slammed into Accord.
One man is dead, his friend in serious condition, after a SUV carrying three people crashed into a Dallas residence early Sunday morning. The driver was seriously injured and transported by paramedics to Baylor Hospital. One of his passengers, identified as 19-year-old Humberto Najera, was partially ejected during the car accident and passed away at the scene. A third passenger fled the scene and was picked up by police almost a mile away near Garland Road and Lochwood Boulevard. He confessed to authorities that the three men were drinking prior to the wreck.
The North Texas Toll Authority is lowering “Wrong Way” signs on the Dallas North Tollway in an attempt to prevent head on collisions.
MADD recently released some new print ads (below), courtesy of advertising agency Über in Montreal, Canada. They really drive home the point that drinking while driving can have disastrous consequences.[…]
Walk Like MADD 2011 is right around the corner. Our law firm is participating in both the Dallas and Fort Worth walks – and we want to invite you to join us! You can sign up to be on one of our teams. If you can’t make it, consider donating to MADD. For more information on their DFW chapter, visit www.MADD-Metroplex.org.