Houston, TX (February 18, 2021) - Police and multiple emergency response teams reported to the scene of a fatal collision that took place on Monday, February 15th.
Reports show that a traffic collision took place in the eastbound lanes of Interstate 10 underneath the Beltway overpass. An occupant of one of the cars involved was then outside of their vehicle when they were struck by another car. Emergency responders arrived at the scene where the victim was pronounced deceased.
Authorities have not commented on the conditions of the other victims involved in the crash. The identity of the victim who lost their life has not been reported at this time.
We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family of the deceased victim at this time. Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families in hopes of their full recovery.
Fatal Accidents in Houston
Pedestrian accidents claim the lives of more than 600 people across the state of Texas annually. This total amount accounts for roughly 17% of total traffic-related deaths in our state each year. Although we like to think that the laws and regulations in place to protect pedestrians are effective 100% of the time, this is far from true. In fact, many victims lose their lives as a result of reckless and negligent drivers sharing the road. When drivers speed, operate their vehicles while impaired, and engage in distracted driving, they are likely to cause fatal accidents.
When pedestrians lose their lives in accidents, they often leave behind friends and family members who are devastated by their sudden and unexpected loss. Although there are very few things worse than the loss of a loved one, knowing that they lost their life as a result of another person’s negligence makes the situation even more emotional. Although money cannot replace the lives of those taken away so suddenly, having the financial resources necessary to move forward after a loss can help alleviate some of the stress families endure. Working with a responsive and effective wrongful death attorney in Houston can help to ensure you are in the best position possible after experiencing the tragic loss of a loved one.
The Texas pedestrian accident attorneys at Farah Law have over five decades of experience fighting to help bereaved families protect their legal rights after losing loved ones in accidents due to the negligence of other motorists. Our team is available to meet with surviving relatives at their earliest convenience to review the circumstances surrounding their loved one’s accident and to determine the most appropriate actions moving forward. We are committed to helping our clients protect their legal rights and best interests, and to maximize their recoveries through wrongful death claims. If your loved one lost their life in an accident, and you believe negligence played a role, contact our personal injury attorneys in Texas at (888) 481-9359 to see how we can help you get justice.
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