Fatal McAllen crash causes power outage

by Benjamin Treviño | May 22nd, 2024 | Fatal Crash

MCALLEN — A May 8 crash in McAllen left one man dead and caused a power outage. According to McAllen police, the one-vehicle crash happened around 3:00 a.m. in the 4100 block of north Bicentennial Boulevard. They say the victim was driving south on Bicentennial when his vehicle left the street for unknown reason. The… Read More

Harlingen CISD reports bus accident, no students on board

by Benjamin Treviño | May 21st, 2024 | Bus Accidents

HARLINGEN — The Harlingen School District has issued a new release stating one of its school buses was involved in a May 16 traffic accident. According to the district’s transportation department, the school bus was on its way to pick up students when was hit by a red pickup truck at approximately 7:45 a.m. at… Read More

New details released in death of eight-year-old riding bicycle

by Benjamin Treviño | May 15th, 2024 | Blog

PHARR — Pharr police have released new details on the April 26 death of an eight year old boy who died when he was hit by a vehicle while riding his bicycle. The details are found in an investigation report compiled by the Texas Department of Transportation. The report states that at 7:30 p.m., April… Read More

Atlanta man killed in Willacy County crash

by Benjamin Treviño | May 14th, 2024 | Auto Accident, Fatal Crash

WILLACY COUNTY – An Atlanta man was killed after being ejected from his vehicle in a rollover crash in Willacy County on Saturday. Antonio Perez Jr., 44, died at the scene of the crash due to his injuries, according to a Texas Department of Public Safety news release. The crash occurred May 11 at around… Read More

Mother of child killed in accident speaks out

by Benjamin Treviño | May 8th, 2024 | Blog

PHARR – The mother of an eight-year-old boy who was fatally struck while riding his bicycle has shared her grief with the public. Sonia Hernandez of Pharr spoke with KRGV-TV reporter Sarah Cervera about the death of her son, Caleb Ramirez, which occurred April 26 about 7:30 p.m. outside the family home in the 700… Read More

Police pursuit ends in multi-vehicle crash

by Benjamin Treviño | May 6th, 2024 | Blog

BROWNSVILLE — One person was injured when a police pursuit in Brownsville ended in a crash involving multiple vehicles. According to the Cameron County Sheriff’s Office, the incident happened May 3, when Border Patrol agents began pursuing a 2018 Volkswagen occupied by a man and a woman. It was not clear what prompted the pursuit.… Read More

Mediation and personal injury lawsuits

by Benjamin Treviño | April 24th, 2024 | Blog

More often than not, Texas judges will require the parties in a personal injury lawsuit to attend mediation before proceeding to a full-blown trial. The parties are not required to reach a mediated settlement, but more than 90% of personal injury disputes are resolved in mediation. How does mediation work? Unlike a trial, mediation is… Read More

Understanding Texas personal injury damage caps

by Benjamin Treviño | April 22nd, 2024 | Blog

If you’ve been injured due to someone else’s negligence, you have the right to sue the responsible party for damages. In Texas, some types of damages are limited, or capped, but others are not. Here is a basic overview of current Texas law on damage caps. Economic damages There are no damage caps on economic… Read More

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