You Just Witnessed a Car Wreck: Here’s How to Handle It

By Grant J. Rogers, Associate Attorney In Texoma, citizens look out for one another. Whether it’s a crisis related to criminal activity, inclement weather, or even a family burdened with unexpected medical bills—our community comes together. If you’re crossing the Red River on I-44, or perhaps traveling down Kemp Blvd. in Wichita Falls, and you… Read More

NHTSA’s Cool Tips for Summer Safety

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has recently released their “Focus on Safety” summer driving tips. With an emphasis on prevention and planning, the NHTSA is hoping to improve safety for families traveling across the country on road trips and across town this summer. Listed below are a few cool tips to get your… Read More

600 Crashes in Wichita Falls in 2016

A recent article out of the Times Record News highlights the disturbing report that more than 600 total car crashes in the City of Wichita Falls have occurred in the first quarter of 2016. In fact, the a report out of the Wichita Falls Traffic Safety Commission found 612 total automobile crashes recorded from January… Read More

Technology For Teen Driver Safety

With warmer weather on the way and the school year coming to an end, we can expect to see more teen drivers on Texoma roadways. This also means, we can expect to see more crashes involving teen drivers. Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for teens and young people in the U.S.… Read More

Injury Crash on U.S. 287

On Monday morning, an injury crash on U.S. 287 sent four people to the hospital. According to KFDX News Channel Three, the single-car wreck happened sometime around 8:00 a.m., just north of the 6th Street exit. For currently unknown reasons, the Nissan sedan bounced off of the right side guardrail before swerving and hitting the… Read More

Cow on 287 Causes Injury Wreck

Early Friday morning, a loose cow on Highway 287 sent an Iowa Park man to the hospital. According to KFDX News Channel Three, the incident occurred at about 3:30 a.m. near the Huntington Lane exit. A husband and wife from Iowa Park were driving home in separate cars when the first vehicle struck a cow… Read More

Winter Weather Driving Safety

With winter weather on the way, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has a variety of safe driving tips for motorists. In Texoma, we can expect anything from freezing rain and ice storms to near blizzard conditions this season. We recently reported on how to prepare your vehicle for winter, but are you ready… Read More

Buckle Up to Save Your Giblets

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is currently publicizing their annual seat belt safety campaign for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Thanksgiving isn’t just one of the most traveled weekends of the year, it’s also one of the deadliest weekends of the year. The “Buckling Up Could Save Your Giblets” safety campaign is aimed at… Read More

Auto Insurance Coverage: Need to Know

Do you know what your auto insurance policy covers in the event of a car accident? If you’re like many Americans, you might know your premium costs and deductibles, but beyond that, you could be in for a surprise after a collision. It’s important to understand that not all insurance policies are created equal. The… Read More

National Drowsy Driving Prevention Week

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently hosted “Asleep at the Wheel: A Nation of Drowsy Drivers.” This two-day forum during National Drowsy Driving Prevention Week (November 1-8, 2015) was aimed at raising awareness about the dangers of drowsy driving and developing a dialogue about reducing injury causing and fatal crashes due to drowsy… Read More