Local news reports indicate seven people were hurt following a two-car crash in Arlington Texas. The incident occurred around 8 a.m. Friday May 11 when police believe a car turning onto Davis Drive from Anita Drive struck a minivan carrying seven adults. All were injured with two of those injured being classified as serious and one needed to be airlifted from the scene. The victims were taken to Arlington Memorial Hospital and Harris Methodist Hospital where their statuses are unknown.
Site of the Accident
Because of the severe nature of some of the injuries sustained simply relying on a police report to recover damages from the accident will not be enough. This does not speak to the quality of work by police but rather the nature of auto accident litigation and crafty insurance adjusters. You see when a companys bottom line is the primary concern anything can and will be used to limit a victims claim. This could be anything from trying to downgrade the severity of injuries to shifting liability to offering an undervalued settlement.
– Attorney Michael Grossman
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