Those who operate motor vehicles are expected to do so in as safe a manner as possible when sharing the roadways with other motorists and pedestrians. In Texas, accidents occur often, and some are determined to have been avoidable had it not been for a driver's negligence. Those who are injured under such circumstances often require medical care and/or physical therapy in recovery. Aside from the strength and perseverance it takes to endure such suffering, it can be extremely frustrating to know that a drunk driving accident, which resulted in one's injuries, need not have occurred in the first place.
Autumn is a season when local high school stadium seats are filled with cheering fans as football players attempt to achieve victories for their teams. Parents, friends and other community members enjoy supporting high school athletics. However, one game in Texas recently ended in tragedy after a player had to be hospitalized. Could a fatal spinal cord injury be to blame?
Thousands of motorists share the roadways in Texas on a daily basis. It is logical to assume that, with so many different drivers traveling at the same time, there is bound to be an incident where a car accident occurs. Some accidents are successfully averted through the cautious and safe driving of those involved. At other times, a motorist's negligence leads to a collision that results in injury to the driver and/or other crash victims.
A tragedy occurred in Texas on a recent Friday at an intersection on U.S. 283. It was a few minutes past midnight when the tragic mishap took place. Two vehicles were involved in the car accident, which proved fatal for four people traveling that night.