Houston, TX – Car Wreck Results in Injuries on Old Spanish Trail near MacGregor Park Trail

Jun 7, 2021 | Houston, TX Traffic Accidents

Houston, TX (June 5, 2021) – An injury collision occurred on a roadway in Houston on June 6. Just before 7:00 p.m., emergency crews were dispatched to the area in which the wreck occurred in order to assist those involved. 

The incident was reported to have taken place in the 5000 block of Old Spanish Trail near the MacGregor Park Trail. The contributing factors of the crash have not been reported to the public at this time. 

At least one person was stated to have sustained injuries in the accident. Paramedics were seen assisting those involved at the crash scene before transporting seriously injured parties to area hospitals in order to receive treatment as needed. 

The accident site remained active with responders for several hours after the incident occurred. The police in Houston continue to investigate the circumstances of the crash. 

Our thoughts are with everyone involved. We hope for their full and fast recovery. 

Houston Car Wrecks

From a severe concussion to a potentially debilitating case of whiplash, there are numerous types of auto accident injuries that you or a loved one of yours may have sustained in an accident. You may have required emergency transportation to the emergency room or needed an extended hospital stay in order to successfully recover from your injuries. Your treatment could entail physical and/or emotional therapy, surgery, medication, and possibly long-term care. 

The expenses after a Houston car accident can pile up fast, however, if you aren’t at fault for the wreck that caused your injuries, you shouldn’t be required to pay for another person’s careless mistakes. Unfortunately, a number of accident victims end up having a difficult time recovering compensation for the damages they face in the aftermath of their crash. This is usually because insurance companies are known for lowballing settlement offers, or even worse, attempting to make you out to be the one at fault for the wreck. 

In the event that you or someone you love was injured in a Texas auto accident that was the fault of another person, allow a Houston personal injury attorney to handle your claim and work to get you full and fair financial compensation for your injuries and incurred losses. Knowing what rights you possess after being injured in an accident and attempting to find out how much your case could be worth may seem overwhelming in the aftermath of a serious collision. However, you don’t have to go it alone. The attorneys at Williams Hart & Boundas have years of experience helping people just like you get the compensation and justice they deserve. Contact our law firm today at 512-968-0051 in the event that you or someone you love has sustained injuries or lost their life in a car accident caused by the negligence of another person. Our law firm works on a contingency fee basis, which means that you pay nothing until awarded full and fair financial compensation for your injuries and incurred losses.

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