San Antonio, TX (February 3, 2024) – Officers with the San Antonio Police Department were summoned to the scene of a motor vehicle accident that occurred on Thursday evening and ended in injuries. Calls for help came in at approximately 4:40 p.m. on February 1.
According to official reports, a collision occurred on Salado Parkway in the area near Nacogdoches Road. The incident prompted the closure of the intersection, which is located in the San Antonio International Airport Vicinity. Emergency medical services responded to the crash site to care for injured victims. Those who required further medical attention were transported to local hospitals. The San Antonio Police Department is investigating.
Our thoughts go out to the injured victims and their families at this time.
Car Accidents in Texas
Far too often, innocent people are hurt as a result of motor vehicle collisions that are reported in Texas each year. Unfortunately, there are tens of thousands of cases where victims are left with severe and life-changing injuries due to accidents caused by negligent drivers. We see many crashes take place on our roadways as a result of speeding motorists, drivers who are impaired, and drivers who do not yield to others.
After being hurt in a car crash, you have the ability to file a personal injury claim against the person responsible. Unfortunately, this can be a complicated process, especially if you have never filed a personal injury lawsuit before or dealt with the civil legal system.
Understanding Fault and Liability
Determining responsibility in the aftermath of an accident can be a complex process that involves a thorough investigation into the crash’s circumstances. This investigation often involves collecting evidence, such as police reports, witness statements, and any available surveillance footage. It is crucial to recognize that even if you believe you bear some responsibility for the accident, you may still have the opportunity to seek compensation under Texas’ comparative negligence law.
In motor vehicle accidents, liability is used to refer to the legal responsibility for an accident and the resultant damages. In Texas, this responsibility may extend beyond the immediate driver involved in the accident. In order to demonstrate liability in a car crash, you need to show that someone was negligent or acted recklessly, directly causing your injuries or property damage. For this reason, it is crucial that you seek legal representation from a car accident lawyer as soon as possible. An attorney will be able to help you with your investigation and prove your case.
Phone Our Law Office Today
The Law Offices of Troy A. Brookover is a dedicated and experienced legal firm that provides comprehensive services to clients throughout Bexar County and the southern region of Texas. We understand how challenging it can be to choose an attorney after a severe accident, which is why we are committed to providing you with strong representation and support. With over 30 years of experience, Attorney Troy A. Brookover has a proven track record both inside and outside the courtroom, fighting for justice on behalf of our clients. Our results speak for themselves, with numerous six- and seven-figure awards obtained for our clients’ medical bills, lost wages, and other damages. If you have been injured due to someone else’s negligence, do not hesitate to contact us at (210) 226-2000 for a free consultation. We are ready to fight for your rights.
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