In Texas, the accident itself is not considered a traffic violation – A traffic violation usually refers to a traffic violation committed while the vehicle is in motion, such as speeding, running a red light, or making an illegal U-turn.
These violations usually result in charges or tickets and can result in fines, points on your driving record, and possibly higher insurance rates.
If you are involved in a traffic accident in Texas then you may be subject to various traffic laws depending on the situation.
For example, if you are found guilty of an accident due to reckless driving, running a stop sign, or another traffic violation - you may be ticketed for the specific offense you committed - These tickets are sensitive offenses and can impact you.
If you are involved in an accident then you should report it to law enforcement, exchange information with other parties involved and cooperate with any investigation.
Consult a legal professional immediately if you have any concerns about the consequences of an accident on your driving or insurance record.
Laws may change, so it is best to check the latest information from the Texas Department of Public Safety or consult a legal expert for specific legal advice.