San Antonio, TX Personal Injury Lawyers
Local 1-210-224-1054


San Antonio's Downtown to Welcome New Bicycle Lanes

Bicyclists in San Antonio often face infrastructural challenges that hinder safety. One of the primary challenges is the lack of sufficient dedicated and protected bike lanes. Without these, bicyclists often have to share the road with motor vehicles, which can be dangerous. The good news is that new bicycle lanes will be coming to downtown...

Read More »

Speeding Driver Narrowly Misses Crashing into South Side Home

Speeding poses a significant and life-threatening risk to all road users. In 2021, 12,330 people died from car accidents caused by speeding. That accounts for 29% of all traffic-related deaths in the United States. San Antonio is also facing a problem with speed. As we wrote about in September, speeding-related crash fatalities in San Antonio...

Read More »

Texas Ranks No. 8 Among States With Highest Rates of Distracted Driving

Distracted driving car accidents have become a concerning issue on America's roadways. Many drivers have become increasingly reliant on technology and multitasking. That's why thousands of people lose their lives each year on our nation's roads and highways. The consequences of these accidents can range from minor injuries to life-altering tragedies. The San Antonio car...

Read More »

San Antonio Speed-Related Fatalities Rise Despite Fewer Crashes in 2022

The numbers are clear: speeding kills. Speeding-related crash fatalities in San Antonio increased in 2022 despite a decrease in the number of collisions caused by speeding drivers in the city, according to car accident data compiled by the Texas Department of Transportation (Texas DOT). "We've seen way too many lives lost in crashes caused by...

Read More »

Pedestrian Deaths Hit Highest Mark Since 1981

What's causing the nation's alarming trend in pedestrian fatalities? At least 7,508 people were killed in pedestrian accidents in the United States in 2022, according to a new report from the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) – the highest number of pedestrian fatalities in the country since 1981. "Every day, 20 people go for a...

Read More »

Texas Ranked in Top 10 States With Highest Teen Driver Fatality Rate

Speeding, alcohol, and distracted driving are often factors in deadly teen accidents. The "100 Deadliest Days of Summer" is an annual period of increased fatal car accidents involving teenagers nationwide. In Texas, the situation is especially dangerous - the state has one of the highest teen fatal crash rates in the U.S. According to data compiled...

Read More »

Texas Drivers Urged To Share The Road With Motorcyclists

TxDOT launches campaign to help prevent motorcycle accidents There are more than 343,000 registered motorcycles in the state of Texas. They’re a common sight on the roads of San Antonio and cities and towns. But motorcycle accidents happen every day, leaving people seriously injured or killed. A statewide campaign is urging drivers to play an...

Read More »

Texas Campaign Aims to Reduce Distracted Driving

TxDOT's "Talk. Text. Crash." campaign raises awareness about the dangers of distracted driving in San Antonio and beyond It's no secret that distracted driving is an extremely dangerous behavior that causes car accidents in San Antonio and throughout Texas every year. But far too many drivers still engage in this behavior and cause crashes on...

Read More »

Why is Loop 1604 Called "The Death Loop"?

Despite reconstruction efforts, Loop 1604 remains dangerous Originally a simple rural road used for reaching dairy farms, the roadway now known as Loop 1604 underwent a significant transformation and emerged as a poorly lit, two-lane highway that became known as "The Death Loop" due to the high number of traffic fatalities that occurred on the...

Read More »
Free Case Consultation

    The Herrera
    Law Firm
    1800 W. Commerce St.
    San Antonio, TX 78207
    Toll Free: 1-800-455-1054
    Phone: 1-210-224-1054
    View map