Houston, TX – Major Vehicle Crash Requires EMT Dispatch on Woodland Hills Dr

Dec 18, 2021 | Houston, TX Traffic Accidents

Houston, TX (December 17, 2021) – An auto accident happened in Houston on the morning of December 17 that resulted in injuries and traffic delays. At approximately 9:11 a.m., police and paramedics were dispatched to the scene in order to assist the involved parties.

The incident occurred in the 2600 block of Woodland Hills Drive, sources say. At least two vehicles were involved in the wreck that happened near Klingwood Drive.

The crash happened for reasons still under the investigation of local law enforcement officials. Police, paramedics, and fire crews were observed working in the area shortly after the wreck happened. 

At least one person was injured and required treatment at the scene. Those with serious injuries were transported to local hospitals for further care as necessary.

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

Police in Houston continue to investigate.

Texas Car Wrecks

Houston, TX - Major Vehicle Crash Requires EMT Dispatch on Woodland Hills Dr

Texas sees hundreds of thousands of car crashes per year. On average, more than 400,000 car wrecks are reported annually in the Lone Star State. Being injured in an accident can be a stressful and trying time in a person’s life. Suffering from a painful injury that can cost you thousands of dollars is something no one wants to have to deal with. If you were recently injured in an auto accident in Texas, depending on the circumstances of the collision, you may be eligible to collect financial compensation to help cover the associated costs.

The question may be lingering in your mind: How will I move forward from this? You may be having physical, emotional, and financial difficulties after being hurt in a wreck. Luckily, if the circumstances of your wreck allow you to collect compensation, i.e., if it was caused by another person or even partially not your fault, financial compensation may be able to cover things like outstanding medical costs, mental health bills, lost wages, and more. 

Houston Vehicle Accident Lawyers

Houston’s high crash rate is directly related to its high population. Houston is the fourth-largest city in the US and the largest in Texas. Thousands of injuries result from Houston auto accidents, and sadly, thousands of fatalities.

Any costs associated with your car crash in Houston could be covered by compensation if the law finds that your wreck was the result of another’s negligent actions. Medical care can cost tens of thousands of dollars and be a major setback in a person’s life and ability to live optimally, which is why financial compensation can be so helpful in the aftermath of an accident. 

Contact the Law Office of Williams Hart & Boundas as soon as possible in the event that you believe that you or a loved one of yours has been injured by another person’s recklessness, carelessness, or negligence in a Houston car crash or another type of traffic accident. The car accident attorneys in Houston at Williams Hart & Boundas work on a contingency fee basis, which means that you pay nothing unless you are awarded full and fair financial compensation for any resulting damages that may have resulted from your crash. Contact our law office when you can at 713-230-2200.

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