Car Accidents in Dallas Collect a Heavy Toll on Thanksgiving
Before the sun dawned over Dallas on Thanksgiving Day, multiple vehicle crashes killed five people and injured four people. At just past midnight on Nov. 25, 2021, the carnage started on Interstate 30 next to Dolphin Road. Dallas Fire-Rescue reached the accident scene shortly before deputies from the Dallas County Sheriff’s Office arrived at 12:37 a.m. Emergency personnel determined that two women, ages 45 and 46, were deceased and that an injured man needed to go to a hospital. He had been riding in the 1998 gold Toyota Camry with the two women. According to the sheriff’s office, a Chevrolet Tahoe driven by Travoris McFadden struck the Camry. An occupant of the Tahoe was also injured and subsequently taken to a hospital. At 2:16 a.m., police responded to a single-vehicle crash on the 1600 block of the South Good Latimer Expressway. DFR declared two men in the gray 2015 BMW M4 dead at the accident scene. Police reported that the driver apparently lost control and hit a building and electrical utility pole. A fire then consumed the BMW. Later at 3:51 a.m., a speeding 1999 Toyota Tacoma interrupted deputies assisting a motorist on Interstate 30 near Grand Avenue. After observing an erratic lane change, deputies pursued the vehicle. The Tacoma then rear-ended a tractor-trailer. The Tacoma driver was dead by the time DFR removed him from the vehicle.
Updates About Dallas Thanksgiving Car Accidents
Authorities have charged the driver of the Tahoe that hit the Camry with two counts of intoxication manslaughter with a vehicle. The rear-end crash of the Tacoma into a tractor-trailer resulted in injuries for the 44-year-old man and 33-year-old woman inside the tractor-trailer. Baylor Medical Center has reported that its medical conditions are stable.
Car Accidents in Dallas and Personal Injury
Personal injury law is founded on the principle that negligence, such as intoxicated driving or speeding, creates financial responsibility for a victim’s injuries or the losses of surviving family members. A personal injury lawyer helps people hurt by negligence recover financial damages from people who acted recklessly. Losses for car accident victims can be substantial. Expensive medical bills pile up quickly while victims are unable to earn income. A family who lost someone in a deadly crash suddenly must pay for a burial. On top of these financial pressures, grief and trauma can disrupt daily life for a long time. At the Genthe Law Firm, we champion the rights of personal injury victims. A Dallas personal injury lawyer will pursue maximum compensation for victims of car accidents and wrongful death. A personal injury lawyer provides services such as accident investigations, negotiations with insurers, and running a trial. Get the GENTHE GUARANTEE – meaning that you PAY US NO FEE us unless we collect a personal injury settlement for you! For a free consultation with a Dallas personal injury lawyer knowledgeable about car accidents, contact us now.