Villarreal & Begum September 24, 2020

Risks of Motorcycle Crashes

Traveling by motorcycle can offer many benefits, such as cheaper and more economical transportation. There’s also a great community of bikers that an enthusiast can join. Whether it be going to a biker rally in...
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Villarreal & Begum September 22, 2020

Traffic Fatalities in Texas

Official state records show that there were approximately 1.29 traffic fatalities in Texas per every hundred million vehicle miles traveled in 2018. This number can be difficult to put into context, but it places our state...
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Villarreal & Begum September 17, 2020

Seatbelt Safety

Every year, thousands of people are injured or killed in motor vehicle accidents. While safety improvements have helped to decrease the number of injuries and fatalities, still almost half of the people who have been...
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Villarreal & Begum September 15, 2020

What is Whiplash?

Whiplash is one of the most common injuries seen in car accidents is whiplash. Even the most minor cases of whiplash can have symptoms last roughly up to 3 months. A more severe case could cause...
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Villarreal & Begum Law Firm September 11, 2020

Protected: [Interactive Map] Dangerous Dogs in the City of Austin and Travis County, Texas

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Villarreal & Begum September 10, 2020

The Dos and Don’ts of Car Crashes.

The big question that comes up after a car accident is what you should actually do and how you should respond. You want to start by making sure that everyone is okay in the vehicle...
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Villarreal & Begum September 10, 2020

Breaking Down Multi-Vehicle Crashes

One of the most confused and most hazardous accidents to be involved with is a chain-reaction car crash. This happens after the initial impact causes another accident. Chain response crashes commonly include at least three...
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Villarreal & Begum September 3, 2020

Traffic Fatalities in Texas

Official state records show that there were approximately 1.29 traffic fatalities in Texas per every hundred million vehicle miles traveled in 2018. This number can be difficult to put into context, but it places our state...
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