Kerrville, TX (February 5, 2022) – One person has died as a result of a major collision in the Kerrville area that caused traffic delays that lasted for several hours on Thursday evening, February 3.
Reports from the police in Kerrville show that a collision between a tractor-trailer and a Ford F-150 pickup truck occurred on Interstate 10 near mile marker 510. The crash caused extensive delays on the westbound side of the roadway as crews worked to clear the scene.
Two people inside the Ford were rushed to Peterson Regional Medical Center in Kerrville in critical condition. One of the victims later passed away from their injuries.
At this time, the incident remains under investigation.
Our thoughts are with the victim injured in this accident. We hope for their full recovery.
We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family of the victim who lost their life in this accident. Our thoughts are with them at this time.
Fatal Truck Accidents in Texas
The last time the state of Texas saw one day with no traffic-related fatalities was November 7, 2000. In the 21 years since that day, more than 70,000 people have lost their lives while traveling in our state. Motor vehicle accidents in Texas take the lives of more than 3,900 people each year. Accidents involving semi-trucks and commercial vehicles account for more than 530 fatal crashes. These vehicles are much larger than other passenger vehicles sharing the road. As a result, they are more likely to be destructive in collisions.
When victims lose their lives in crashes, their families are often forced to endure overwhelming consequences. Dealing with mental and emotional pain and suffering is only made worse by the financial consequences they face. Many families have to cover funeral expenses, medical costs, and deal with the loss of a source of income they have grown to depend on.
Victims can lose their lives in crashes for a variety of reasons. Sharing roads with drivers who are speeding, impaired, or distracted can drastically increase the chances that accidents will occur. If your loved one has lost their life in a motor vehicle accident, you should act quickly to protect your legal rights. By reaching out to a wrongful death lawyer in Kerrville as soon as possible, you can explore the legal options available to help your family move forward after enduring the loss of a loved one.
Texas Wrongful Death Lawyers
Our Kerrville truck accident lawyers at Wyatt Law Firm are committed to achieving the best results for our clients. Our lawyers completely understand the grief and inconsolable heartache that your family is dealing with after losing a loved one. We firmly believe that no settlement or paycheck will ever be large enough to compensate you for the loss of a loved one. For this reason, we strongly emphasize the pursuit of justice. We have recovered over $500 million in damages for victims and their families following accidents in the state of Texas.
If your loved one has lost their life in a truck accident, our team is available to meet with you and discuss the legal options available for you. You can reach out to our team by calling 210-340-5550. We can schedule a free case evaluation to review the circumstances surrounding your loved one’s accident and determine the best options available to help you move forward.
Our Texas personal injury lawyers are available any time to take your call.
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