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Dallas and Fort Worth car accidents cause more injury, death, and economic loss than any other crime or civic issue

Motor vehicle accidents are a common occurrence in Dallas and Fort Worth. Many crashes are completely avoidable, caused by drunk drivers or distracted drivers. Whatever the cause, car accidents are a major safety and economic issue for the Dallas/Fort Worth community.

Get information on car crashes from the region's police departments

The Dallas Police Department may provide information on accidents, as does the Fort Worth Police Department.

These departments are good resources to get information after a car crash.

The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles provides information on traffic laws and licensing and insurance requirements.

Go here to learn more about Dallas car accidents and legal resources.

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Learn more here about Carrollton car crashes and legal information.

Learn more here about Cedar Hill car accidents and legal support.

Go here to learn more about Colleyville car crashes and legal information.

Learn more here about Coppell car accidents and legal resources.

When someone is injured in a Dallas or Fort Worth car crash, what needs to happen next?

In an injury accident, it is crucial to get appropriate medical treatment, regardless of the financial cost.

The major hospitals in the Dallas/Fort Worth area include:

As soon as possible, an injured person should contact their insurance company to find out medical treatment is covered under their insurance policy.

When a car accident is serious or fatal, it is crucial to find a Dallas/Fort Worth auto accident lawyer

When a crash is serious or a death occurs, the next step is to find an experienced Mullen and Mullen personal injury attorney to start the financial recovery process by launching an insurance claim. Major injury or wrongful death claims are complicated and difficult to manage. Having a Dallas car accident lawyer on board is a great relief to injured people, or to the family left behind when an accident proves fatal.


Driving between 80 and 90 mph has become the norm in the DFW area! I drive the speed limit in the right lane and people ride my bumper, pass me in a rage, flip me off or shake their heads like I'm doing something wrong. There seems to be no consequences for road rage and I experience it at least 5 times a day! I drive the 820 and the 35w 4 days a week and I have never seen so many angry people and lawbreakers in my 58 years of driving! Please!!! Do something!! I love driving but driving here is a frightening experience anymore! 

If you drive the speed limit in the right hand lane, I commend you. Way too many Dallas area drivers drive slow in every other lane.  People need to realize that there is 1 traffic law that deals with how fast you drive (the speed limit law). Almost every other traffic law deals with traffic flow - Left lane passing only, Merge and Yield signs, Slow traffic keep right, even the signs telling you what exits are comig up, etc. The main problem today, is that drivers do not think. For example, an enforceable law (although never enforced) is the Slower Traffic keep right law. It does not say if you are going super slow that you should be in the far right lane (you should be, but that is not all that the sign/law means). It applies to every lane. The first time somebody passes you on the right - no matter what lane you are in, as a thinking driver, you should think: Gee, if they are passing me on the right, then I am going slower than them - maybe I should move over a lane to the right... (notice it has nothing to do with what speed you are going, because it is directed toward traffic flow - keeping traffic flow smoothly and spaced out). In the same manner, if the lane to the right of you is open, out of common courtesy, you should pull into it (until you need to pass a car - then pass, and pull back into it). Pulling into an open lane on to the right allows drivers in the lane to the left of you to pull into the lane you were in, so drivers in more of a hurry can pass them on the left. Even though you drive in the right hand lane, you still need to be thinking. For example, you are in the right lane, but you notice a vehicle in the lane to the left of you driving at pretty much the same speed that you are driving. You should automatically think 'if both of us are driving he same speed (even though you are in the right, and the other driver wrong) then 2 lanes are clogged up'. So you should speed up enough to get past him (on the right) and leave enough space between you and him for cars that come up behind you to pass him and then pull over in front of him, and pass you. Basic drive thinking. On a highway, if possible, you should NEVER be driving the same speed as the traffic in the lane to the right of you. Think about it - if you are wanting to drive the same speed as them, then doesn't it make sense to be in the same lane as them...? The most important thing that every driver should be thinking in my opion is this: What can I do (while driving) to make the drive easier, safer and smoother for every driver on the road? How can I improve the traffic flow?

I commute daily on I-30, I-20, Loop 12, 408 and 360. The biggest problem out there that is jeopardizing drivers safety is LACK OF POLICE PRESENCE. Months go by and I don't see anyone patrolling these highways, keeping in check the people who think that they can do whatever they want to reach their destinations. Even if it includes risking other drivers lives. WHERE ARE THE POLICE??? WHAT IS GOING ON???. Used to love driving before I moved to DFW. The speed limit was raised to 70 mph because they say people were already driving thst fast. They were going 70mph when the speed limit was 60. Now they are doing 80 to 90 mph following too close, texting, road raging, passing on the shoulder dui, etc... Its insanity out there. Why would they raise the speed limits in urban areas. For population control? MUST BE! Texas highway fatality death toll resembles the year that we are in. Always 4 digits that are so proudly displayed on the amber alert highway warning signs. IT'S REDICULOUS AND OUT OF CONTROL! The highways boarders are litered with makeshift memorials. INCREASE THE POLICE PRESENCE. Its sure is funny how people behave whenever they are sharing the road with the police or the police are on the shoulders checking drivers.

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