Houston, TX (June 15, 2021) – A major vehicle collision was reported in Houston on the evening of June 15. At around 7:30 p.m., traffic authorities and paramedics were seen assisting at the scene of the wreck.
Few details have currently been released concerning the nature of the accident. It was reported to have taken place on Threadneedle Street in the vicinity of St Mary’s Lane between an unspecified number of vehicles. How and why it occurred remains unknown at this time.
The wreck resulted in injuries, according to various sources. At least one person was transported from the scene by ambulance in order to be treated at the hospital. Those involved have not currently been identified.
Traffic delays ensued in the vicinity of the crash scene for some time after the accident took place. Motorists in the area were forced to find alternate travel routes for the time being.
Police in Houston continue to investigate the details of the accident. Our thoughts are with everyone involved. We hope for their full recovery.
Houston Auto Collisions
Being injured in a Houston car crash can cause many different issues in a person’s life. Depending on the severity of the wreck, injured accident victims may be forced to stay in the hospital for a prolonged time period in order to recover from their injuries. Losing wages while bills are piling up can be stressful. If the crash that you were involved in was caused by the negligent actions of another driver, you could qualify for financial compensation for your injuries and losses. Any costs associated with your crash could be covered by compensation if the law finds that your wreck was the result of another’s negligent actions.
Approximately 450,000 auto accidents per year are reported in the Lone Star State. Hundreds of thousands of injuries and thousands of deaths are also reported due to these accidents. Some of the most common types of injuries that usually result from severe car accidents include broken bones, whiplash, spinal cord injuries, and traumatic brain injuries. Texas is one of the most dangerous states in the nation when it comes to car accidents, according to statistics. This is probably due to its extremely high population. Places that are more densely populated usually have higher collision rates.
The Houston personal injury lawyers at Williams Hart & Boundas have been working alongside injured crash victims and their families for many years and are passionate about ensuring that our clients are well taken care of. We know that this process can be stressful, which is why we try to make it as simple and seamless as possible for you. Call us at 512-968-0051 in the event that you or someone you love has sustained injuries or lost their life in a car crash that was caused by the negligence of another person. Our law firm operates on a contingency fee basis, which means that you pay nothing unless you are awarded full and fair financial compensation for your injuries and incurred losses.
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Disclaimer: We write these posts with the intention of providing general information about driving safety with the hope that people will slow down and use an abundance of caution when operating a motor vehicle and avoid being seriously injured in an accident. If you are in an accident, we want to make sure that you know how to react appropriately. This post is not intended to be deemed as legal or medical advice of any kind. The picture used in this post was not taken at the actual accident scene.