Police in Texas arrested the driver suspected of causing a hit-and-run accident that left two sisters dead and another three people injured. Police are awaiting the results of a toxicology report before determining whether DWI charges would be appropriate in addition to his current charges for accidents involving death and accidents involving injury. However, even as police continue the investigation, the victims and surviving family members of the deceased can begin to explore their options regarding compensation for personal injury and wrongful death.
One person was injured and another four were killed in a recent wreck. Three of those who died were minors and still in school, while the other had only recently graduated less than a year ago. As Texas police continue to investigate the accident, it is possible that the surviving victim and the families of the other victims may choose to seek recovery of monetary damages through personal injury or wrongful death lawsuits.
A recent tragic accident in Texas underlines the dangers of driving while under the influence of alcohol. An underage driver apparently consumed a large amount of alcohol, got behind the wheel and caused a crash that claimed the life of a young mother. She leaves behind a young son, and it is possible that family members could seek personal injury compensation on his behalf.
A fatal accident left three people dead and sent several others to the hospital. Texas police are still investigating the devastating wreck and believe that they know who caused it. While a criminal investigation is not necessary for victims to pursue personal injury claims, information collected by the authorities can be helpful when seeking compensation.
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A terrifying school bus accident left one student dead and many others seriously injured. What caused the accident is still not entirely clear, and Texas authorities are still investigating. However, victims and their families do not have to wait until the conclusion of a criminal investigation to pursue compensation through personal injury claims.