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February 2019 Archives

Panic attacks and car accidents

A motor vehicle collision may happen for any number of reasons, whether a driver tries to use their phone when they should be focusing on the road or two vehicles collide because of icy conditions. In this post, we will look into a less common reason why these crashes occur: panic attacks. Although panic attacks may not cause very many crashes in comparison to other risk factors, it is very important to be aware of this issue if you or anyone in your family struggles with panic attacks. Moreover, another driver may behave erratically on the road because they are experiencing a panic attack.

Vigilant motorists can help protect pedestrians

As with many areas around the nation, Texas is a place that many people call home. Each day, when people commute to their various commitments around the state, they must walk or drive around each other. This requires everyone to exercise a great deal of vigilance in seeing that they walk or drive safely, especially in high-traffic areas. 

A third of American teenagers admit to texting and driving

While Texas and other states have taken steps in recent years to tighten their laws relating to cellphone use in the car, teenagers across the state and nation continue to text at high rates, endangering everyone on the road as they do so. At the Law Office of Roland R. Esparza, P.C., we have seen the devastating impact texting and driving has on Americans and families, and we have helped many people who suffered injury or lost loved ones because of someone else’s actions pursue recourse.

The benefits of joint-custody

Going through a divorce can be daunting, especially when there are kids involved. Determining what type of custody arrangement will be in the best interest of the children may seem overwhelming. Traditionally, the courts place the child in the sole-custody of the primary caretaker. Yet, studies show the importance of having both parents involved in the child’s life and how a joint-custody arrangement may be best for a child’s development.