• Most Devices Distract Drivers Up to 27 Seconds

    Posted By The Law Office of Daniel D. Horowitz, III, PC || 28-Jan-2016

    Most people are aware that talking on a cell phone while driving is unsafe, but did you know that car infotainment systems can be just as distracting? In a study conducted by University of Utah researchers for the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, it can take up to 27 seconds to regain full attention after […]A deadly explosion at a Pasadena chemical plant last week is just one of at least ten other tragedies that have occurred since the DuPont chemical explosion 14 months ago in La Porte. The explosion occurred early in the afternoon at the PeroxyChem plant, and is believed to have been caused by an over-pressurized tank […]A 43-year-old Mexia woman was tragically killed last Friday night in a head-on collision with an 18-wheeler driven by a state prison inmate. The accident occurred on Highway 7 at County Road 181, east of Marlin, at approximately 5:10 p.m. The woman was travelling eastbound in a 2015 Nissan Versa when she was struck by […]An explosion at a home in northeast Ohio has led to the tragic loss of a family of four. The bodies of a couple and their two daughters were found on the first floor of the Northfield Center Township home, approximately 20 miles south of downtown Cleveland. Investigators from the fire marshal’s office are working […]Last week, a house explosion in Oklahoma City injured three people and resulted in damage to at least 50 homes. Approximately two dozen people had to be evacuated from the scene, with two suffering from smoke inhalation injuries and one man suffering from first- and second-degree burns. A preliminary report conducted by Oklahoma Natural Gas, […]