Police authorities reported that 26-year-old Armando Rodriguez crashed his truck into a parked patrol car last Monday, March 23 along Interstate 35W at Golden Triangle Boulevard in Fort Worth, Texas.
Rodriguez’s truck overturned and rested squarely on top of the police cruiser, damaging it extensively. Fortunately, the police cruiser was unoccupied when the accident happened. The patrol car was then forced into a nearby fire truck, injuring three firefighters. The firefighters were brought to Harris Methodist Hospital to treat their neck and back pains.
Rodriguez was thereafter taken into police custody for traffic safety violations which included failure to vacate a lane and failure to control speed to avoid collision. Police suspect that he was intoxicated at the time of the accident and are awaiting the results of a blood test.
Our dedicated attorneys at the Woodson Law Firm in Fort Worth have the legal proficiency, the technical skills, and the commitment needed to effectively handle personal injury cases such as motor vehicle accidents. Call our offices today at 817-338-0303 to set up an appointment.
Eighty-one-year-old Fort Worth, Texas resident Joseph Miller was airlifted to Parkland Hospital in Dallas after sustaining critical injuries during a collision between his car and an 18-wheeler last Tuesday, January 27, according to reports by kwtx.com.
The accident occurred around 2:40 p.m. along the intersection of Farm to Market Road 933 and State Highway 22. The collision between the two vehicles resulted in the 18-wheeler truck landing in a roadside ditch and Miller’s car spinning out into the middle of the intersection, police officers reported. The fifty-six-year-old Joshua local Jerry Kelly was transported via ambulance to Baylor Scott and White Hillcrest Medical Center in Waco to treat his non-life-threatening injuries. Miller was flown to Parkland, where he later succumbed to his injuries.
Should you or a loved one suffer from a truck accident that was not your fault in Fort Worth, take solace in the fact that you can count on our attorneys at the Woodson Law Firm to provide you with the legal assistance you need for the best chance at recovering your financial losses. Call our offices today at 817-338-0303.
A man who was yet to be identified by police authorities was killed in a car accident on October 31 along the Texas State Highway 183 near the south entrance to the Dallas/Fort Worth airport, the Star-Telegram reported.
According to preliminary investigations, the operator of a Chevrolet sedan was traveling westbound along the highway at around 6:50 p.m. when he suddenly swerved left across traffic lanes, eventually colliding with a Chrysler and sliding along a highway barrier. The Chevrolet driver was killed in the incident. The driver of the Chrysler was brought to a local hospital to treat the victim’s non-life-threatening wounds, a police spokeswoman reported. Neither vehicle held any passengers.
The westbound lanes of Texas 183 were temporarily closed to traffic to contain the situation and were resumed to public use at around midnight.
The attorneys of the Woodson Law Firm extend their sincere condolences to the friends and family suffering during this difficult time.
A 13-year-old boy, identified by police authorities as Carson Parr, was killed after sustaining mortal injuries in a motor vehicle accident on August 1 in Grand Prairie, The Dallas Morning News reported.
Police investigators said Parr was thrown out of the back window of a 1999 Honda Civic that was heading south on New York Avenue. The vehicle he rode in, which was driven by Parson’s 17-year-old sister, Allie Parr, did not stop at a red light on State Highway 360, and it was struck by an armored car.
The younger Carson was airlifted to the Cook Children’s Hospital in Fort Worth. He died at 1:20 p.m. the day after the accident. The siblings’ 39-year-old mother, Teddi Parr, was also in the vehicle when the accident occurred; she was transported to John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth the same day for treatment of her non-life-threatening injuries. The two armored car passengers were not injured. Investigation continues to discern the details surrounding the crash.
The family of the North Texas teens who died last year when an 18-wheeler struck their vehicle is fighting against the proposal of lawmakers in Washington, D.C. to relax trucking laws in the country, KDFW Fox 4 reported on June 16.
Police investigation regarding the accident that killed 17-year old AnnaLeah Karth and 13-year-old Mary Karth showed that the truck driver who hit the Karths’ vehicle was fatigued from long hours driving, which the police said can be as serious as driving drunk.
A point of contention in United States trucking laws is the number of hours truckers can drive at a time. Truckers frequently work twice the hours that an average person does, and citizens are concerned that fatigued drivers are more likely to cause accidents.
If you have been injured in a car accident due the negligent or irresponsible actions of another driver, the attorneys at the Woodson Law Firm in Fort Worth may help you file a personal injury suit in order to gain compensation for your losses. Call our offices today at (817) 338-0303 to discuss your situation.
Six individuals were hospitalized in Fort Worth, Texas for the treatment of non-life-threatening injuries on the morning of May 16 after a collision between a bus and car on McCart Avenue, NBC DFW reported.
There were 23 occupants in the bus at the time of the incident, including the driver. According to initial investigations made by the police, a vehicle attempted an unprotected left turn towards the Chase Bank parking lot when the bus hit the passenger side. The car driver was not harmed during the crash and received a traffic citation.
Hefty medical expenses, the inability to work, and the physical and emotional pain associated with a personal injury accident can burden a victim. Attorneys at the Woodson Law Firm in Fort Knox are dedicated to helping personal injury victims gain the financial compensation and closure they deserve. Call our attorneys today at 817-338-0303 to learn more about your options.
Theresa Whitehead, 46, has been charged with intoxicated manslaughter for the February 22 car accident that claimed the life of Latosha Parks, 40.
The accident occurred around 1:30 a.m. Saturday morning on the 3400 block of Cedar Crest Boulevard. Whitehead was speeding when her vehicle hit the retaining wall of a bridge and continued travelling at a high speed into a tree.
Parks suffered from fatal injuries when she was thrown from the vehicle.
The attorneys of the Woodson Law Firm express our condolences to those affected by this tragic incident.
A 61-year-old woman from Cleburne, Texas sustained critical wounds after being hit by a car on Halloween while trick-or-treating with her daughter and grandson.
Police spokeswoman, Detective K. Summey, said the victim was participating in Cleburne Bible Church’s “Trunk or Treating” event when the accident occurred. According to Summey, after successfully crossing four lanes of traffic en route to the church, a Honda Pilot struck the woman in the 900 block of North Nolan River.
The elderly woman was airlifted to a nearby hospital. Fortunately, her grandson and daughter sustained minimal injuries.
Being the victim of a personal injury can be financially straining as well as mentally tiring. If you or someone you know has been the victim of a serious injury in the Fort Worth area, contact Woodson Law Firm at (817) 338-0303 to find out how we can help.