Approximately 3,000 people are killed in auto accidents in Texas each year, and from 2015 to 2016 there was a 5.45% increase in motor vehicle traffic fatalities. According to the TDOT, 3,773 people lost their lives in traffic accidents in Texas in 2016. Texas is a big state but there are still to many fatal car accidents because of varying issues.
Ask the following questions to determine negligence in the fatal accident
Who was at fault?
The person on the report is not always the person at fault in a fatal car accident. We have had cases where the report is wrong and through litigation and experts we have disproved the police report, the county Sheriff, Department of Public Safety and news reporters and shown a different perspective of the accident to include
Commercial Vehicle mistakes
18 wheeler violations on the road
Drunk driving by the adverse driver – 26% of the people killed in traffic accidents lost their lives in drunk driving accidents
Faulty road conditions by the State of Texas
Product liability issues such as brake failures
These types of cases about may have resulted in the death of your loved one and you think that it was their fault because the insurance company told you. When someones dies in a fatal car accident it is important to get the evidence preserved as soon as possible. We can do that for you.
The insurance companies are not experts.
If you need more information or want to speak to an attorney today call a fatal accident lawyer today. Call Alex R. Hernandez Jr. 1-888-HDZLAW-8
Principal Office Corpus Christi TX