San Antonio, TX – Drunk Driver Causes Head-On Crash on I-10

San Antonio, TX – Drunk Driver Causes Head-On Crash on I-10

San Antonio, TX (January 20, 2024) – A driver who was operating their vehicle while impaired and traveling in the wrong direction on the roadway caused a motor vehicle accident that resulted in injuries. The accident occurred at around 230 a.m. on Friday, January 19.

Authorities confirmed that a motor vehicle accident was traveling on Interstate 10 when it crashed into another vehicle in the area near Vance Jackson. The driver of the second vehicle was injured and transported to an area hospital for emergency care. Police took the driver, who was traveling on the wrong side of the roadway, into custody. The driver is being tested for DWI. At this time, the accident is under investigation.

We hope the injured driver recovers quickly.

Car Accidents in Texas

Every year, preventable motor vehicle accidents continue to be the cause of tens of thousands of collisions across our state. Far too often, car crash victims are forced to go through extensive medical treatment. Many victims have to spend significant time off work to recover. Unfortunately, negligence plays a role in far too many accidents that occur in our state.

We see many people hurt in accidents caused by speeding drivers, drivers who fail to yield, and drivers who run red lights at intersections. After being hurt in a car crash, it is crucial that you are able to take legal action against the responsible party. In order to prevail, you must be able to demonstrate negligence existed at the time of the crash.

How Do I Determine Who Is at Fault for the Car Accident?

If you’ve been injured in a car accident, you have the option to file a personal injury lawsuit. To do this successfully, you need to establish fault, which can be quite challenging. In the context of motor vehicle accidents, this typically involves demonstrating that the defendant had a duty of care towards you and that they breached this duty. This breach might result from actions like excessive speeding, driving under the influence, or other reckless behaviors.

Once you’ve proven a breach, you must also show that this breach directly caused the accident and led to your injuries. While this might sound straightforward, it’s important to be aware that insurance companies often attempt to shift blame onto you for any injuries and damages that occurred. This highlights just how important it is for you to seek legal representation from a dedicated car accident attorney.

Contact Our Law Firm Now For Help

When it comes to navigating the complex legal system after an accident, having a reliable and experienced team on your side can make all the difference. The Law Offices of Troy A. Brookover is dedicated to providing our clients with compassionate care, honest advice, and aggressive representation in their accident-related claims. With our years of experience and numerous successful cases, we are confident in our ability to fight for justice and secure the best possible outcome for each client. Do not hesitate to contact us at (210) 226-2000 for a free consultation with attorney Troy A. Brookover today – let us help you get the compensation you deserve.

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