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As drivers, we have become accustomed to the fast-moving highways of Texas. These interstates and state highways help us get from place to place quickly, but they also pose serious, preventable dangers. Speed kills on Interstate 10 (I-10), Route 410, Highway 1604 and other routes in the area. Driver negligence can change your life in seconds.

Our Texas car accident lawyers can help if you or a loved one have been injured in a highway accident. Call The Law Giant, Personal Injury & Accident Lawyers and speak to The Law Giant at 866-523-4167 or contact us online. We offer free case consultations so there is no risk in scheduling a time to talk and learning more about your legal options.

Causes Of Highway Accidents

Many highway accidents involve vehicles operated by irresponsible drivers. Often, the problems are caused by:

  • Drivers who are speeding and not paying proper attention to the road
  • Distracted drivers who are texting, talking on the phone, accessing the internet, eating or multitasking behind the wheel
  • Tailgating by drivers who fail to leave enough room to brake safely in stop-and-go traffic
  • Drivers who are drunk or under the influence of illegal substances or prescription drugs
  • Motorists who pass other vehicles or change lanes recklessly
  • Truck drivers who are tired and inattentive
  • Drivers who fail to see motorcyclists on the road

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*The outcome of any individual case depends on factors unique to that case. Past case results listed on this website do not guarantee or predict a similar result in any similar or future case.

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The Four-Second Rule

Failure to adhere to the “four-second rule” leads to multiple-car pileups. Safety authorities recommend allowing yourself four seconds to be able to stop behind the vehicle in front of you. Experts say that it takes approximately 127 feet to come to a stop when traveling at 50 mph. Many drivers tailgate other vehicles at higher speeds; this problem can have fatal consequences.

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