Who is at Fault for a Rear-End Accident in Texas?

The majority of rear-end crashes happen when the front or leading vehicle is moving very slowly or stopped prior to the accident and is hit from behind. Most drivers believe the rear vehicle is always at fault due to following too closely, distracted driving or reckless driving. And while in many cases, it is true that the rear driver is at fault, you might be surprised to learn that the rear driver is not automatically at fault in a rear-end crash in Texas.

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10 Tips to Prevent Accidental Drowning, the Leading Cause of Unintentional Death in Young Children

by the Best Personal Injury Lawyer in Carrollton, Tim O’Hare Follow The Law Offices of Tim O’Hare on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn  & YouTube It’s summer in Texas, and that means…

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