1. Train versus truck accident sends man to the hospital

    A train versus truck accident sent an Amory man to the hospital after a train collided with his Lincoln Mark LT truck. Authorities said the truck, driven by 80-year-old Elder Willis Dobbs, jumped a mound of dirt spread across Old Highway 45, which is now a dead-end road. He drove onto the tracks and apparently blacked out. An oncoming BNSF train saw the truck early enough to slow down, but it coul…Read More

  2. What is the Difference Between LegalShield and Traditional Legal Services?

    LegalShield Legalshield is basically an insurance plan for legal services. You pay a monthly premium to have the protection of an attorney, any attorney, usually not by your own choice. Legalshield spreads out the cost of an attorney over the length of the term of their contract. You may never need an attorney and still pay for the services.  It may be cheaper services that the attorney may provi…Read More

  3. Distracted Intoxicated UPS driver with Alcohol, Marijuana, Caused Multi-Vehicle Car Crash

    A UPS truck driver is accused of having an open container of alcohol as well as marijuana Friday night when his truck hit three vehicles and causing a multivehicle car crash. Passengers in the vehicles hit by the UPS truck were transported to various hospitals, police said.  Charges against the UPS driver, whose identity was not revealed, are pending the results of laboratory tests, police said. …Read More

  4. Truck Accidents Differ From Auto Accidents

    When someone is in an auto accident that involves a truck, they might wrongly believe that there is no difference between accidents involving cars and those involving trucks. When a truck is involved in a collision, it is typically more serious and the consequences are worse for both drivers. When you are hit by a truck, your risks for injury are much greater than they would be in the average car …Read More

  5. Community Reacts to Deaths of Kids in Fiery Crash

    The five children killed in a fiery Florida highway crash on their way to Walt Disney World have been identified along with the two truck drivers who also died. The crash happened Thursday. The Christian Family Worship Center in Mansura held a vigil to honor the children and pray for their families. One of the children who was killed in the crash, 13-year-old Cara Descant, was in the 8th grade. He…Read More

  6. Children in Church Van Killed in Florida Crash Were Headed to Disney

    The church van packed with children was headed south -- with just an hour to go before reaching Walt Disney World after a 700-mile trip from Louisiana -- when it got caught in a fiery pileup involving two 18-wheelers that killed seven people, including five of the youngsters. On Friday, investigators were trying to determine what triggered the accident the previous afternoon on Interstate 75 near …Read More

  7. New Law in 2017 Adds Exploitation of Children, Disabled and Elderly to Felony List and Removes Statute of Limitations

    Financial crimes and exploitation can involve the illegal or improper use of a senior citizen's funds, property or assets, as well as fraud or identity theft perpetrated against older adults. While exact statistics on how often financial crimes against the elderly occur are not available, it is widely believed to be underreported by the victims. A recent study published by MetLife Mature Market In…Read More

  8. Insurance Claim Lawyer

    Hurricane Harvey Insurance Claim Lawyers in Texas

    You may not be aware, but insurance companies make a good amount of their total money by delaying or denying insurance claims that are legitimate. In the last few weeks, people in the southeast of Texas have been dealing with a ton of devastating damage due to horrendous Hurricane Harvey. The damage caused by this natural disaster is estimated to be more than 160 billion dollars, and that’s just…Read More

  9. Coming Soon in Texas – Legal Open Carry of Large Blades and Swords

      Texas lawmakers have decided to do away with laws that restrict the open carry of blades longer than five and half inches. From September 1, Samurai Jacks and Katana Joes can rub shoulders with reincarnations of Billy the Kid. According to Dianna Knipp, owner of Charlie’s Knife Shop in El Paso, “Some other states are looking at us as a return to the old Wild West”. She said, “I think it…Read More