Category: Amarillo

Leash Laws in Amarillo, Texas

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Dogs can be found all over the state of Texas. In fact, 44% of households in Texas own at least one dog. However, the state of Texas does not have its own leash laws; instead, Texas allows each individual city and county to come up with their own leash laws. Here are the leash laws […]

Immigrant vs Non-Immigrant Visas

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Most foreigners who plan to visit or move to the United States need a visa in order to enter the country. The U.S. issues over 10 million visas each year. While the vast majority of visas are non-immigrant visas, about 500,000 are immigrant visas. Under these two main categories of visas are dozens of subcategories of […]

What to Do Immediately after a Car Accident

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In Texas, nearly 255,000 people were injured in a motor vehicle crash in 2017; of those, approximately 14,000 sustained serious injuries. If you don’t know what to do after a car accident, the following guide will help you figure out what to do at the scene, at the hospital, and at your car accident attorney’s office: 1. […]

Theme Park Accidents – Wonderland Park in Amarillo

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Theme parks are popular attractions for people of all ages. In most cases, trips to the theme park end with happy memories and cherished photographs. However, theme parks also involve a significant amount of danger, especially for the most adventurous patrons. When theme park rides aren’t properly built, maintained, and/or operated, serious injury and even […]

How to Report a Hit and Run in Amarillo

It is estimated that 14% of drivers in Texas are uninsured. As a responsible driver in Amarillo, you carry at least the state-minimum amount of auto insurance—but if you get hit by somebody who flees the scene, there’s a good chance that they’re uninsured. They may also have another reason that they make the unfortunate decision […]