Houston, TX – Three Injured in USPS Accident at Central Green Blvd

Jun 5, 2021 | Houston, TX Traffic Accidents

Houston, TX (June 4, 2021) – A traffic accident involving a United States Postal Service truck and a Cadillac sedan occurred in the Houston area on Friday afternoon, June 4.

Both the USPS truck and black Cadillac were reportedly traveling on Central Green Boulevard around 5:10 p.m. when they collided, though officers say that the circumstances causing the crash are still unknown.

A small child was buckled in the back seat of the Cadillac and sustained serious injuries. The child was transported to the hospital via ambulance. The drivers involved were also transported to area medical centers in serious but stable condition and are expected to survive.

The wreck remains under investigation at this time, and further details about those involved in the collision have not been released.

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

Box Truck Accidents in Texas

Being involved and injured in a serious box truck accident can be an extremely overwhelming and difficult experience. Sustaining injuries in an accident of any kind can bring a lot of suffering and pain into your life. It also costs you thousands of dollars while you may be out of work for a prolonged period of time. However, there are options available for you if you are under the impression that your accident resulted from another person’s recklessness. Read on to find out how you may get financial compensation for your injuries and losses. You should know that this is dependent on the circumstances of your recent accident.

If you believe that your injuries resulted from another person’s negligent actions, you may be entitled to significant financial compensation. You could also receive compensation in court for any damages and losses that resulted from your injuries. A Houston accident lawyer will be able to help you collect full and fair financial compensation for your injuries and losses. This includes but is not limited to things like pain and suffering, loss of life enjoyment, medical bills, and more.

Contact the law office of Williams Hart & Boundas if you believe that you or a loved one of yours has suffered injuries by another person’s recklessness in a Houston truck crash. The personal injury attorneys in Houston at Williams Hart & Boundas work on a contingency fee basis. This means you pay nothing unless you receive full and fair financial compensation for any resulting damages that may have resulted from your crash. Call our law office today at 713-999-6945.

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