Written by: The Benton Law Firm Last Updated : March 28, 2017

Dallas Car Accidents News

Bosque County vehicular accident hurts two

Two people were airlifted to Baylor Scott and White Hillcrest Medical Center in Waco, Texas last Sunday, November 13 after their vehicle lost control along Farm Road 56 near Farm-to-Market Road 2490 in Bosque County at around 7:40 a.m. According to Texas Department of Public Safety Sergeant D. L. Wilson, it was not clear what Read More


Friendswood car accident results in one fatality

An individual lost his life after a car accident in Friendswood, Texas on Saturday, November 12 just before 12 a.m.. The Houston Chronicle reported the accident, which occurred in the greater Houston area. According to preliminary investigations, Joshua Parsons was driving a Camaro in the area when he rushed past a stop sign. Neglecting to yield sent him speeding Read More


Vehicular accident kills mother helping daughter-in-law

A woman killed in a vehicular accident was trying to help her daughter-in-law who ran out of fuel. The accident occurred at the Southwest Freeway and Belfort in Houston, Texas around 8 p.m. on Saturday, October 15. The daughter-in-law had her 9-year-old son and 15-year-old daughter with her in the vehicle when she ran out Read More


Drunk driving accident lawsuit filed against intoxicated driver

A drunk driving accident in Texarkana occurred around 2 a.m. on Sept. 29, 2013 and resulted in the deaths of two people. Another person ended up permanently disabled. The case is now at the center of a personal injury lawsuit, filed in Miller County Court in Arkansas during the last week of September. Unfortunately, 38-year-old driver Tameka Pavon and 34-year-old Jercarlos Hawkins Read More


Woman dies, man is injured in separate vehicular accidents

Two unrelated vehicular accidents near U.S. Route 380 in Denton, TX, resulted in one fatality and one injury on Thursday, September 15th. Denton Police Department responded to the scene of the accident around 7:35 a.m. to attend to an unconscious man that was lying on the ground, and who appeared to have sustained a head injury. He was Read More


Intoxication manslaughter charge leaves woman to serve 12 years

Thirty-one-year-old Seadrift, Texas resident Margarita Lissett Galeana pleaded guilty to intoxication manslaughter and an accident involving personal injury or death. Her sentencing occurred on Thursday, September 15 in relation to the death of 34-year-old Emily Jean Brown. Galeana must serve two 12-year jail terms for the charges; however, she can serve her terms concurrently. Investigators found Brown’s Read More


Four of the most dangerous intersections in Texas are in Austin

A new study from the Texas Department of Transportation revealed some of the most dangerous intersections in the state. They included accident sites that had at least 48 collisions within the last four years. According to TDoT, four of the 279 most dangerous intersections in Texas are in Austin. In particular, the worst intersection in Austin is located Read More


Bus-van collision kills four

Four individuals lost their lives during a van-bus collision that happened in Kingman in Mohave County in Arizona on Monday, July 25. According to the Arizona Department of Public Safety, a van collided with the bus of the Dallas Cowboys, a professional American football team of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex in Texas. The people killed Read More


El Paso man arrested for vehicular accident that caused death of 33-year-old woman

El Paso, Texas resident Gonzalo Pasilla II was arrested on Wednesday, July 6 and charged with accident involving personal injury or death in relation to a two-vehicle collision on March 2, 2016 that resulted in the death of 33-year-old Ruth Naomi DeSoto. According to police reports, DeSoto was driving a 2007 Jeep Liberty when it Read More


ATD says traffic backups in Austin caused by distracted driving

Motorists in Austin know that traffic is terrible. We all experience times when we sit in our cars waiting for a red light to turn green, only not to make it through once it does. The Austin Transportation Department (ATD) said even though Austin restricts the use of mobile devices while driving, distracted driving is still rising. In fact, Read More

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