Houston, TX – Pedestrian Fatally Struck on S. Sam Houston Pkwy

Jul 13, 2021 | Houston, TX Traffic Accidents

Houston, TX (July 12, 2021) – A pedestrian was hit by a pick-up truck and killed on the South Beltway feeder road on Monday, July 12th.

A 28-year-old woman was attempting to cross the road in the 9000 block of South Sam Houston Parkway at about 4:45 a.m. when she was hit by a GMC Sierra pick-up truck. 

The victim was pronounced dead at the scene.

Police said after striking the woman, the GMC then swerved into another lane and hit the back of a tractor-trailer.

The driver of the GMC stayed at the scene for questioning and did not show signs of intoxication.

The driver of the tractor-trailer did not stop.

The identity of the victim was not immediately released.

We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family of the deceased victim at this time.

Pedestrian Fatalities in Houston

7.12 Houston, TX - Pedestrian Fatally Struck on S. Sam Houston Pkwy

The United States Department of Transportation recently reported that pedestrian-involved car accidents occur with shocking frequency. Statistics from one recent year showed that, nationwide, a pedestrian died during a car accident every 88 minutes. Injuries that are classified as non-life-threatening occur even more often. Being aware and mindful of the pedestrians with whom we share our roadways is a responsibility taken far too lightly by too many drivers.  

If you have lost a loved one in a Texas pedestrian accident, then a Houston wrongful death attorney will know the most effective methods for helping you obtain financial compensation for damages such as burial costs, medical expenses, loss of income, and many other damages brought on by the death of a family member.

The Houston personal injury attorneys at Williams Hart & Boundas have been helping injured accident victims and their families recover just financial compensation after life-altering events for over three decades. We work tirelessly to ensure that your legal rights are protected and exercised so that you are able to successfully recover in more ways than one from your recent accident and the injuries that followed. 

If you would like a free evaluation of your Texas pedestrian accident claim, reach out to our law offices at (512) 968-0051 and schedule your case review today. 

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