Car Crash News

by Amber Cortez | April 27th, 2018 | Auto Accident, Recent News

Tragedies Across the Rio Grande Valley: Crashes Lead to Multiple Deaths

Multiple deadly accidents across the Rio Grande Valley have shaken our community in recent days. A two-vehicle crash in Monte Alto on April 21st left two people dead. The accident occurred just after 10 p.m. off FM 88. One vehicle was traveling north when the driver lost control and veered into the southbound lane, crashing… Read More

Scam Lawyers

by Amber Cortez | April 17th, 2018 | Blog, Legal Representation

Don’t Be a Victim! Beware Scamming Lawyers and Their Runners

While being approached by a lawyer after an accident may not seem like a big deal, it is actually against the law for a very good reason. When unethical lawyers do this, they are only interested in their own wallet. The team at J. Gonzalez Injury Attorneys firmly believes that nobody should have to deal… Read More

Car Accident Fire

by Amber Cortez | April 16th, 2018 | 18 Wheelers, Auto Accident, News

Car on Fire: Major Accident in Cameron County

As reported by KTXS, DPS Troopers were on the scene of a major car accident in Cameron County on Monday, April 16th. Authorities said that the crash involved two 18-wheelers and several other vehicles. One of the vehicles is said to have caught on fire. Law enforcement is still investigating the crash and no details… Read More

Bus Accident

by Amber Cortez | April 14th, 2018 | Bus Accidents

How Dangerous Texas Roads? Multiple Accidents Involving Buses Lead to Multiple Deaths & Injuries

Multiple accidents involving buses occurred in Texas, all within a 3-day span. Tragically, these incidents included multiple deaths and injuries. The first accident occurred on the afternoon of Tuesday, April 10th,  in Walker County. A Kia Sorento was being driven recklessly on I-45 when the vehicle negligently crossed into the southbound lanes and struck a… Read More

New 18 Wheeler Rules

by Amber Cortez | April 5th, 2018 | 18 Wheelers, News

Commercial Truck Drivers Now Required to Use Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs)

Back in December 2017, a federal requirement that all 18-wheeler trucks nationwide be installed with an electronic logging device (ELD) went into effect. While the law was in a “soft enforcement” period, April 1st saw full implementation of this federal mandate. This means truck drivers, fleet owners, and trucking companies can now face stiff penalties… Read More

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