San Antonio, TX (October 11, 2021) – One person was left injured following a motor vehicle accident in Bexar County, according to local law enforcement. During the evening hours of October 6, the San Antonio Police Department was notified that their assistance was needed on-site at a crash on Texas State Highway 16.
Reports from the SAPD show that a gold 2002 Nissan and a maroon 2010 Harley Davidson motorcycle were involved in a collision on Texas State Highway 16 (Bandera Road) at around 8:50 p.m. The driver of the Nissan reportedly made an unsafe turn that resulted in the two vehicles colliding.
The driver of the motorcycle, a 56-year-old male, sustained injuries in the accident. He was transported to a local hospital for medical care.
At this time, the incident remains under investigation.
Our thoughts are with those harmed in this accident. We hope for their fast and full recovery.
Car Accidents in San Antonio, Texas
The state of Texas is no stranger to motor vehicle accidents. In fact, one accident happens roughly every 2.5 minutes that ends in injuries. These incidents add up to more than 205,000 people left with injuries each year. Although many crashes result in minor injuries for those involved, a significant number of parties sustain severe injuries that require emergency medical care.
Some of the most common contributing factors to crashes in our state include:
Speeding: We see many drivers go above the speed limits while traveling along our roadways. When drivers are traveling at high rates of speed, they are likely to lose control of their vehicles and have problems stopping in time to avoid a crash.
Impairment: Many people are involved in accidents due to drivers who are under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Driving while impaired significantly increases the chances of drivers losing control of their vehicles and causing devastating crashes.
Distraction: We see many accidents take place due to drivers who are using their cell phones. In other instances, drivers are distracted by food, radios, and even their passengers. Taking your attention off the road for a moment can have severe consequences.
If you have been injured in an accident due to these or other acts of negligence, you may have legal options available to help you recover. Reaching out to our car accident lawyers in San Antonio as soon as possible can help to ensure you are able to get justice.
San Antonio Personal Injury Lawyers
Packard Law Firm began nearly five decades ago with the commitment to protect victims throughout Southeast Texas who have been impacted by the actions of others. Our San Antonio personal injury lawyers have helped countless people protect their legal rights after being harmed in crashes due to the negligence of others.
If you have been injured in a collision, our team can meet with you at your earliest convenience to discuss the circumstances surrounding your accident. We will build the strongest case possible to get you justice. Contact our law firm at (210) 340-8877. Our Texas personal injury lawyers are available to meet with you at your earliest convenience to discuss your case and the legal options available for you.
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Disclaimer: We hope our readers will be reminded to slow down and use an abundance of caution when operating a motor vehicle to avoid being injured in a serious accident. This is not a solicitation for business. The information provided in this post does not constitute legal or medical advice. The photograph in this post was not taken at the accident scene.