Houston, TX (July 5, 2021) – At least one person suffered injuries in an auto accident that occurred in Houston on the morning of July 5. According to reports, the wreck was reported just before 8:00 a.m. on Westheimer Road.
Sources indicate that the collision occurred in the 9600 block of Westheimer Road near South Gessner Road. It is believed that at least two vehicles were involved in the crash.
Paramedics were seen assisting those with injuries at the site of the wreck. One or more people required emergency transportation to an area hospital for the treatment of injuries.
Our thoughts are with everyone involved. We hope for their full and fast recovery.
Authorities in Houston continue to investigate.
Car Accidents in Houston
Being injured in a car crash in Texas can be a very difficult experience. You may be in serious pain while wondering how you’re going to pay for all of the costs associated with your crash and resulting injuries. You might be wondering how you’re going to move forward from this in more ways than one. Depending on the circumstances and severity of the wreck itself, injured parties can be extremely negatively affected emotionally. Luckily, financial compensation awarded to innocent crash victims who suffered injuries due to another’s negligence is able to cover things like medical bills, mental health bills, vehicle repair costs, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more.
Over 450,000 car accidents occur in Texas each and every year. Thousands of these accidents take place in Houston alone. Houston, being the fourth-largest city in the US and the largest in Texas, has an extremely high population, which has to do with its high crash rate. Thousands of injuries result from these wrecks, and sadly, thousands of deaths. Averagely speaking, over 3,500 people are killed in Houston auto accidents annually.
Allow the attorneys at Williams Hart & Boundas to help you through the difficult aftermath of your Texas car accident. We will assist you with filling out paperwork, negotiate with the insurance companies for you, and more. Call our law firm today in order to inquire about your qualification for financial compensation. Depending on the severity of your accident and the injuries that resulted from it, you may be entitled to collect financial compensation. Compensation can cover many of the associated costs of your wreck. If you’ve been forced to stay home from work due to your injuries, compensation may be able to cover lost wages.
You do not have to face an issue like this by yourself. Call the Houston personal injury attorneys at Williams Hart & Boundas today at 713-999-6945 as soon as possible in order to inquire about collecting financial compensation for your injuries and losses. No one deserves to suffer through a situation of this magnitude without professional assistance. Call us at your earliest convenience to discuss how you can collect financial compensation for your injuries and incurred losses.
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