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Motorcycle Accidents by the Numbers

by Wormington & Bollinger

Summer is practically here, which means we are that much closer to enjoying longer, warmer days! Summer is the perfect time for many fun activities. Barbeques, swimming, camping, and more are just a few of the most common activities done throughout the summer. As the… Read More

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The Impact of COVID-19

by Wormington & Bollinger

Wormington & Bollinger has been monitoring the ongoing global pandemic that stems from the emergence of a novel coronavirus originating from a food market in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China, in December 2019. Since then, this coronavirus has swept across the globe, first spreading across… Read More

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Distracted Driving Awareness Month

by Wormington & Bollinger

No matter where you go, highways and roads are full of all kinds of vehicles, from regular passenger cars and motorcycles to 18-wheelers and large trucks. The Dallas-Fort Worth roads are especially busy. In under a decade, the DFW area added over a million new… Read More

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Filing A Personal Injury Lawsuit in Texas

by Wormington & Bollinger

Every single year, thousands of people are injured in accidents in Texas and throughout the United States. Accidents can happen anywhere, any time of day, whether you are driving to work, running errands, or out for an afternoon bike ride with your family. The one… Read More

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The Dangers of St. Patrick’s Day

by Wormington & Bollinger

St. Patrick’s Day is one of the most beloved holidays by Americans. Also known as St. Patty’s Day or St. Paddy’s Day, affectionately, the Irish holiday falls on March 17th every year. And while St. Patrick happens to be the patron saint of Ireland, a… Read More

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The Most Dangerous Highways in DFW

by Wormington & Bollinger

To say the Dallas-Fort Worth area is bustling would be an understatement. As of last year, the region’s population surpassed 7.5 million, making it the fourth-largest metro area in the United States. Today, DFW trails only New York City, Los Angeles, and Chicago with the… Read More