Reviewing Driving Basics: Yielding the Right of Way

A yield sign on an off-ramp with the words, "yielding the right of way."

It typically takes about five years of regular driving to become a successful driver and ten years to become a professional one. In this time, a driver is able to fully understand and appreciate the laws of the road and master the various skills driving entails. But with so many rules of the road, even […]

Reviewing Texas’s No Texting While Driving Laws

Young woman using cell phone while driving car

The cell phone is a wonderful invention that has helped make the world a more connected place. No matter where you are in the world, you can reach out and call a loved one, make reservations at a restaurant, or get in contact with emergency services with just the press of a button. (Or with […]

How to Navigate Around AT&T Stadium During Game Day

A Traffic Jam on the Road to AT&T Stadium on Game Day

Football season is here again, and with it, many local Cowboys fans are getting ready to plan their next big game day at Dallas’s own AT&T Stadium. Tailgate parties, being surrounded by thousands of fans, and the excitement to watch your favorite players take the field, is so great that many individuals may inadvertently skip […]

After a Car Accident, Speak with an Attorney Before Your Insurance Company

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The Texas Department of Transportation reported that in the year 2020, Texas experienced 12,017 serious injury crashes. Those crashes resulted in a total of 14,656 individuals being rushed to the hospital due to serious injuries. It is no secret, based on the statistics and from the numerous signage on Texas roadways, that accidents are commonplace. A […]

What Are the Most Common Causes of Bike Accidents?

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Bicycle accidents in the DFW Metroplex are not uncommon. In fact, Dallas, Tarrant, Collin, and Denton are among the top ten counties in Texas with the highest number of bicycle accidents per year. Unfortunately, with little protection, bicycle accidents that also involve cars often result in serious injury or even death for the bicyclist. It is […]

What To Do If My Car Was Hit In a Parking Lot?

A packed parking lot with the words, "What to Do If My Car Was Hit In a Parking Lot."

People everywhere are rushing to finish their to-do lists, especially during the holiday season. With people’s minds being occupied, parking lot accidents are unfortunately a common occurrence. Whether it be at the mall, supermarket, or your place of business, a fender bender or a ding in your car’s door or bumper can add to the […]

Texas’s Craziest Traffic Laws

A Police Car Pulls over a Texas Driver after a traffic violation

No matter where you live in the United States, there are bound to be some strange laws that you didn’t even know existed. Even the Lone Star State has its fair share of oddball traffic laws. Our car accident experts at Branch & Dhillon want to make our clients aware of these oddballs to help […]

What can I Do if my Child was Hurt in a School Bus Accident?

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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has determined that school buses are 70x more likely than cars to get children to school safely. Despite this fact, thousands of children get hurt in school bus accidents every year. If your child has been injured in a school bus accident, you may be able to bring […]

Who Is at Fault for a Multi-Car Collision?

A multi-vehicle collision with the words, "who is at fault for a multi-car collision?"

Driving home from work, Driver B notices that the car in front of her has come to a stop. Slowing down, Driver B is able to stop but she is closer to the car in front of them than the recommended two-car limit. Driver C, on her cell phone, didn’t notice Driver B stop and […]

What Causes the Most Rear-End Collisions?

A rear-end collision with the words, "what causes the most rear-end collisions?"

Rear-end collisions happen in a blink of an eye. In the United States, rear-end collisions account for 29% of all accidents and can result in serious injuries and fatalities. Thankfully, according to the National Highway & Safety Administration, most of these accidents occur when one vehicle is already stopped or when one vehicle is slow-moving. […]