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The increase of oil field production and oilfield traffic may increase oilfield accidents and oilfield injuries.

RRC: Top 8 Permian counties produce 51.29% of Texas oil in April Midland County again dominated production inside Texas with more than 13.7 million barrels during the month of April. The Railroad Commission of Texas released preliminary statistics in late June that showed Midland County accounted for 13.07 percent of the 104.81 million barrels...
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When equipment and items fall off 18 wheelers, you may have a personal injury claim and a property damage claim for your vehicle.

No one hurt after pole crashes through car windshield in Midland MIDLAND, Texas (KOSA) - It was a scary situation for two women driving home from the Southside Walmart in Midland on Monday morning. A metal pole that was on top of a truck turning into a parking lot came loose and went straight...
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Hobbs Attorneys Urge Uninsured Motorist Insurance

Auto accidents happen and people without fault get hurt.  The father and son team at Stout and Stout Attorneys recommends uninsured motorist insurance, seat belts, and avoiding texting as the top three ways to survive the unexpected.  During a recent Hobbs Chamber of Commerce “Lunch and Learn” event, hosted by the law firm, Mark...
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Uninsured Motorists Insurance may cover hit and run collisions involving unidentified vehicles

OPD investigating hit and run in Odessa An Odessa man is in critical condition following an auto-pedestrian crash that occurred late Saturday night in south Odessa, according to a press release from the Odessa Police Department. OPD and Odessa Fire Rescue responded at about 10:30 p.m. to the 3300 block of South Dixie in...
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New Mexico Distracted Driving Accident Attorneys

INJURED IN A CRASH WITH A DISTRACTED DRIVER? Distracted driving is any activity that diverts a person’s attention away from the primary task of driving. Any activity a driver engages in that isn’t driving is a potential crash-causing distraction. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), there were 3,477 people killed in crashes involving...
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