Texas is so big that North Texas and South Texas are like two different states. We in the Rio Grande Valley share a huge cultural history with Mexico, and a tropic climate, plus the paradise that is South Padre Island. So, we have a lot for which to be thankful.
There are many posts about what to do after a car accident. A lot of this is self-evident. Keep safe. Help yourself, your passengers, and even the folks in the other vehicle. Call the police and/or ambulance if necessary. The immediate thing is to take care of people.
If you suffer injury in an accident that is not your fault but is the result of the actions – or even inaction – of someone else, you are entitled to a settlement from that person’s insurance company.
Accidents happen throughout the Rio Grande Valley. Not just car wrecks, but trucking accidents, slip and falls, boat accidents, animal attacks – all sorts of accidents. That’s predictable. What else is predictable? The insurance companies will fight – HARD – not to pay you what you deserve.
Harlingen is a busy city, and it is very close to Valley International Airport. That means that there are a lot of 18-wheelers carrying goods to and from the airport, and around the rest of the city as well, and this means that there are a lot of road accidents involving 18-wheelers.
We LOVE the RGV! It’s the best place to live, not just in Texas but maybe in all of North America. The nature. The border. The people. It’s an amazing place to live. A lot of other folks love it too, but unfortunately some of them are not very good drivers! So we have more […]
Getting hit by a truck in Brownsville, or anywhere else in Cameron County Texas, is no laughing matter. Compared with another car, trucks are massive, and they can do a serious amount of damage. You can be lucky to survive a truck wreck, but if you do, you have certain rights. Trucks are often heavily […]
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Texas had the most deaths in car accidents of all the states in the Union in 2018.
Nobody knows the future. Anything can happen. Who would have thought – even just a few weeks ago – that we would all be in lockdown, working from home, or perhaps not working at all?
Those of us who live in or near Brownsville, love the RGV – the Rio Grande Valley – that is. It’s a beautiful place to live and has some of the best nature around.