Walking into the Danger Zone: Bigger Cars and Higher Pedestrian Risk

As cars get bigger, roads get wider, and speed limits in Texas are ignored more often, pedestrians trying to navigate this dangerous new world are put at a much higher risk of involvement in car crashes.  In 2022 alone, the Texas Department of Transportation recorded 8,098 crashes involving pedestrians and cyclists. (https://ftp.txdot.gov/pub/txdot-info/trf/crash_statistics/2022/07.pdf) 14% of all […]

Pedestrian Rights: What You Need to Know After a Car Wreck in Brownsville

We’ve all been there – walking down the street, minding our own business, when suddenly, a car accident happens right in front of us. This is more common than you’d think in Brownsville, San Benito, Harlingen and other communities here in South Texas. It’s a frightening experience, and the last thing on your mind is […]