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bigstock-Handing-Over-Stacks-of-Cash-to-23756378-300x200With the substantial growth of drivers on the road, at some point in your life, there’s a large possibility you will be involved in a car accident.

In fact, Forbes addressed the how large the possibility is in the article “How Many Times Will You Crash Your Car?

“If you got your license at age 16, the odds are quite good that you’ll experience some kind of crash by the time you’re 34, at the latest. Over the course of a typical long, driving lifetime, you should have a total of three to four accidents.”

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Mr. Hike. of Dallas, Texas, shares his Reyes Browne Reilley experience and level of satisfaction with our staff and customer service while helping her recover from damages stemming from a car wreck in Dallas.

“My name is Derek Hike. I came to the Reyes Law Firm after having a wreck. Tim, the attorney that I had here, was just really, really good. The staff here at Reyes is good as well.

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The article below is a repost of a New York Times article found here, written by Tiffany Hsu.

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Deane Berg of Sioux Falls, S.D., was the first to go to trial after suing Johnson & Johnson over accusations that its talcum powder products caused her ovarian cancer. A jury found the company negligent but did not award damages. Credit Zora J. Murff for The New York Times

Thousands of women across the country are suing the consumer goods giant Johnson & Johnson over its baby powder, claiming that talcum particles in the popular product caused their ovarian cancer.

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Mr. Thomas of Dallas, Texas, shares her Reyes Browne Reilley experience and level of satisfaction with our staff and customer service while helping her recover from damages stemming from a car wreck in Dallas.

“Hello, everyone. How you doing? My name is Derek Thomas and I’m here today to share with you my experience with the law firm.

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A Pennsylvania mother shook by a car crash that could have taken her boys lives on Monday is telling parents: Buckle up your kids. Every time.

A photo Jenna Casado Rabberman shared on Facebookshows a mangled 2015 Honda CRV with seemingly pristine carseats sitting outside. Those carseats, Chicco and Graco models, protected Rabberman’s 6-week-old and 3-year-old, she said.

“This is why you buckle your kids into their car seats correctly every single time,” Rabberman said in a Facebook post. “Even when they scream because the straps are tight. Even when they complain about the chest clip or being rear facing.”

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David Tucker of Dallas, Texas, shares her Reyes Browne Reilley experience and level of satisfaction with our staff and customer service while helping her recover from damages stemming from a car wreck in Dallas.

“Okay. I’ll try not to smile so much [laughter]. Hi, my name is, David Tucker. I was in a pretty bad car wreck about, say, July of 2016, and I broke my nose. I was thrown from my seat in the back seat, and I hit my nose on the middle console.

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buckles-032614Should a Person be Held Accountable for Texting a Driver Who is Involved in an Accident?

We all know that in many states it is illegal to text and drive. The dangers associated with such distracted driving are clear. However, the courts currently are trying to determine whether or not a person who knowingly texts someone who is driving can be held accountable if the person receiving the text is an accident. Recently in New Jersey, three judges decided that you don’t need to be the one driving to have accountability.

In 2009, a couple was badly injured when a truck driving in the opposite lane drifted into the center of the road and hit them while they were riding their motorcycle. As a result of the accident, both victims lost their left legs among other serious injuries. While they had already finished settling the case with the driver of the truck – who was convicted of texting and driving, they wanted to sue the driver’s girlfriend who had been sending him text messages right before the accident. Police were able to break down the events that happened during that day to determine that the driver had sent a text to his girlfriend mere seconds before the accident.

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Mr. Bohanon of Dallas, Texas, shares her Reyes Browne Reilley experience and level of satisfaction with our staff and customer service while helping her recover from damages stemming from a car wreck in Dallas.

“How y’all doing? My name is Cedric. I was in a accident. I got hit from the back and it took a long time for me to catch up with the person that hit me, but they finally took care of me. They take care of me– they took care of me the best of their knowledge, and I don’t have no complaints about too much or nothing. But they did the best they can, which is a blessing from God.

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Mr. Valentine of Dallas, Texas, shares her Reyes Browne Reilley experience and level of satisfaction with our staff and customer service while helping her recover from damages stemming from a car wreck in Dallas.

All right. [Reyes Browne and Reilley] were helping me with my case. I got my money. Help me through the bills, through all the time. And now I’m here, getting paid and I appreciated that. Hey, if you want to get your money, you want to get it on time, and you want to get it, you want to get help with the real case, go to [Reyes Browne and Reilley].

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Acquiring car insurance can often seem overwhelming or a flat out burden. However, it is very important.

We obtain car insurance because it’s a financial safeguard against damage to your car or injury to you or others, and mainly because it happens to be legally required in some form in the state of Texas. Car insurance is complicated, and drivers often don’t know what to expect from the process.

Let’s break down the basics so you’re better able to find the right coverage for you. Here are six things you need to know, originally written by Neil Richard of Credit.com.

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