Houston, TX (January 25, 2021) – One woman was left critically injured following a vehicle collision early Saturday morning. On January 23, the Houston Police Department and medical personnel were requested to provide assistance at the scene of a crash on Old Houston Road.
Reports show that a female was driving a gray 202 Mercury down Old Houston Road when she crashed into a black Dodge 3500 pickup truck. The impact of the crash caused the Mercury to be split into two pieces.
The woman sustained critical injuries in the accident. She was rushed to Memorial Hermann Woodlands for the treatment of injuries. At this time, the crash remains under investigation with the Houston Police Department.
Our thoughts are with the woman, her family, and everyone who was impacted by this accident.
Car Accidents in Texas
People involved in car accidents are often forced to deal with and an array of consequences. Although we like to think that everyone comes out of vehicle accidents unharmed, this is far from the truth. In fact, where than 17000 people are hospitalized with injuries from car accidents each year in the state of Texas. In many cases, victims suffer from broken bones in spinal cord injuries that leave them in overwhelming pain. As if dealing with pain were not enough, thousands of people require extensive medical treatment for their injuries. In most cases of severe injuries, victims are required to spend extensive time in area hospitals and go through therapy for months. The mental, emotional, and physical consequences are only half the battle.
Quite often, victims are forced to spend tens of thousands of dollars on the medical treatment they need for their injuries. For this reason, it is imperative that victims who are injured in car accidents caused by the negligent actions of others reach out to a car accident attorney in Houston as soon as possible. When victims are injured in accidents, through no fault of their own, they may be entitled to compensation to help alleviate the cost of medical care and to offset the lost wages that they endure. Quite often, victims find it extremely beneficial to work with a reputable legal team after being injured in an accident.
At Farah Law, we strive to help injured victims maximize their recoveries. Our attorneys meet with potential clients to discuss the circumstances surrounding their accidents to determine the best course of legal action. By reviewing the details of your accident, our personal injury attorneys in Texas can help you fight aggressively to get the maximum amount of and the justice you deserve. If you have been injured in an accident as a result of another person’s negligent or reckless actions, contact our personal injury attorneys in Houston at (888) 481-9359 to see how we can help you. Schedule a free case review with our team to determine what legal options are available to help you move forward and recover.
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