Houston, TX (June 26, 2021) – A serious Houston traffic accident happened on the evening of June 26 that ended in one or more injuries. The incident was reported to officials just after 7:00 p.m. on Saturday.
According to official reports concerning the wreck, it occurred in the 9700 block of Meadowglen Lane near the Madison Park Apartments.
However, it was reported that at least one person sustained injuries due to the crash. Roadblocks were put in place on Meadowglen Lane while emergency crews worked to secure the area. Delays in traffic were observed in the vicinity of the crash scene for several hours afterward.
Few details are currently available concerning the circumstances of the collision. Authorities in Houston continue to investigate.
Our thoughts are with everyone involved in this injury crash. We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family or families of the deceased at this time.
Car Accidents in Houston
Houston car accidents happen daily, multiple times per day. According to information from the Texas Department of Transportation, an accident occurs once every 71 seconds in the Lone Star State. In 2019, there were more than 450,000 car crashes in Texas. Over 250,000 people sustained injuries and more than 3,500 were killed in traffic accidents that year. Texas is currently among the top three most dangerous states for motorists, along with Florida and California. These states are also some of the most populated states in the nation, which directly contributes to high accident rates.
Authorities must carefully investigate the cause of each accident in order to determine responsibility. Most of the car accidents in Texas are the result of negligent drivers who drive while distracted, fatigued or impaired. When you have been hurt in a traffic accident, you may be wondering where to turn for help. Depending on the severity of your injuries, you may require extensive and expensive medical care that takes up a lot of your time. The recovery required for your injuries may seem long and arduous like it will never end. Fortunately, help is available to those who are going through times like these. Under Texas law, you may be entitled to significant financial compensation for your injuries and losses. It is important and in your best interest to contact a skilled and knowledgeable personal injury attorney in Houston who will be able to assist you during this difficult time.
At Williams Hart & Boundas, we will ensure that your rights are protected throughout every step of the legal process. We have been successful in the business of providing injured crash victims and their families just financial compensation since 1983. We will aggressively negotiate with the insurance companies on your behalf in order to ensure that you are not taken advantage of. We work on a contingency fee basis, which means you pay nothing unless awarded financial compensation. Call us at 713-999-6945 as soon as possible.
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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.