Woman dies in crash on Northwest Freeway
Tragically, a woman died in a traffic crash Sunday night on U.S. 290 in northwest Houston. According to the Houston Chronicle, the two-vehicle wreck happened about 9 p.m. on the outbound Northwest Freeway near Fairbanks North Houston. Lt. Larry Crowson of the Houston Police Department reported that a white sport utility vehicle and a Ford F-150 pickup collided, and the woman in the SUV died at the scene.
On Friday, the Pinkerton Law Firm talked about the importance of removing all distractions before getting behind the wheel. While we don’t know the cause of this tragic incident, nor do we seek to place blame on either party without more details, this unfortunate incident is a prime example of the dangers we all take every day when we drive our vehicles. Many Houston drivers likely overlook the potential dangers of their mundane morning commute until a friend, coworker, or loved one is injured or killed in an auto accident.
When another driver is found to be the fault of an auto accident that has affected you, or a loved one, call the Houston auto accident lawyers at The Pinkerton Law Firm. Chad Pinkerton and his lawyers have represented numerous families who have suffered the loss of a loved one as a result of tragic accidents such as these. Even if you’re unsure whether you need a lawyer, do not hesitate to call the Pinkerton Law Firm and get a free legal consultation from one of our Houston auto accident lawyers so you can better understand your legal rights. Call today: 713-360-6722.