Representing Texas Residents Injured in Rear-End Accidents

Arnold & Itkin attorneys Kurt Arnold, Adam Lewis, and Andrew Bowman recently filed lawsuits on behalf of Texas residents who sustained serious injuries in preventable accidents.

In one rear-end accident, two Texas residents suffered serious injuries when they were suddenly rear-ended while driving westbound on Westpark Tollway in Houston. In another, two Texas residents were driving westbound on North Loop 1604 West in San Antonio when they were rear-ended.

No matter the type of vehicle being driven, safety is of the utmost importance when sharing the road with others. The dangers of speeding are varied, including:

  • Increased Stopping Distance: Higher speeds result in longer distances required to come to a complete stop. This can be particularly dangerous in situations requiring sudden braking, as the extra distance needed could lead to collisions that could have been avoided at lower speeds.
  • Reduced Reaction Time: Speeding diminishes the driver's available reaction time to respond to unexpected obstacles, changes in traffic, or hazardous road conditions. The faster a vehicle is moving, the less time a driver has to make crucial decisions to avoid an accident.
  • Heightened Impact Severity: The force of a collision escalates with speed; accidents occurring at higher speeds are more likely to result in severe injuries or fatalities. The energy involved in a high-speed crash puts all parties at greater risk of catastrophic outcomes.

Our Houston car accident attorneys are proud to represent our clients and will aggressively litigate these cases to hold dangerous and careless drivers responsible for their actions.

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