Multiple Crashes on Houston Causing Traffic Delays
An article by SanAngeloLive.com on April 9th, 2019 reports that multiple car accidents occurred on Houston Harte Freeway. They managed to slow down traffic on the stretch between Arden Road and Garfield. Several injuries have been reported. The slowed traffic caused a chain reaction of wrecks. After the initial crash, a Honda Civic that was stopped due to the accidents got hit by a Nissan Rogue. This Nissan was then hit by a Cadillac Escalade. Afterwards, a Dodge Ram hit the Escalade. Luckily, in this minor pile-up, no injuries were reported.
Multiple Car Accidents
When it comes to a single car accident, it may often be the case that the person at fault for the wreck is easy to identify. However, when there are multiple vehicles involved in a crash, the situation can easily turn into a convoluted mess. When you throw in the insurance adjusters that investigate the damages and police reports, it can be an overwhelming experience. If you are worried about receiving an unfair settlement, it may be in your best interest to speak to an experienced car accident attorney. Having one on your side could be the difference in getting your medical bills and damages covered by an insurance settlement. Make no mistake that those companies are doing business to make money. Insurance companies will often employ underhanded tactics to keep their costs down and profits up.
Abilene Car Accident Lawyer
The Galbreath law Firm in Abilene has been helping injured Texans for decades; not just around the Big Country area, but the entire state. There is no reason to fight on your own. We can handle the legal issues surrounding your case and help you focus on you or your family’s recovery. We work our cases on a contingency basis so we literally don’t get paid unless we bring a settlement check to the table for you. If you need to talk to a professional injury attorney, contact us for a free primary consultation. We can discuss your troubles and see how we may be of the best service to you.