According to an article by The Abilene Reporter News, an automotive accident occurred Saturday, September 2nd around 9:25 at night. The accident involved two drivers from Abilene, 32-year-old Sarah Katherine Garcia, and Marcus Torres. A report from the Texas Department of Public Safety stated that Garcia was driving south down Highway 277 approximately half a mile south of Abilene when Torres’s vehicle crossed over into her lane. Also according to the report, Garcia was not wearing her seat belt and was killed in the crash. Torres was wearing his seat belt and was treated for minor injuries and eventually released. No indication was given about why Torres crossed over into her lane while driving northbound, however, it was noted that the road was wet. Investigators of the crash may release more information on the accident as they finish their investigation.
No one likes to think about how quickly a situation can turn bad. Sometimes, it can happen in the blink of an eye like with this tragic wreck. When it comes to car wrecks, the slightest thing can turn a situation deadly. One seemingly innocent distraction can take a person’s eyes off the road just long enough for an accident to happen. We are all human, but this is exactly why these things happen: Human Error. If you have been injured in a car wreck, you may find yourself in a situation where you are at the mercy of an insurance company’s decision.
Car Accident Attorney in Abilene
Car insurance companies are not charity organizations and as such, they will probably do everything they can to lower the payout of any settlement. They are in the business to make money, not pay out money, and anyone who has dealt with them may know how much of a hassle it can be to go back and forth with them. In the event that you have been injured or you have lost a loved one in a car accident, you will want someone who can fight for a fair outcome in regards to your case. Contact us if you would like to discuss the details surrounding your potential case. We offer a free initial consultation so there is no risk or financial obligation.