Plano, TX – 2 Injured In Overnight Accident On U.S. 75
Plano, TX (November 3, 2019) On November 3rd, an overnight accident involving a fire truck took place on U.S. 75. A Plano Firetruck was blocking traffic at a crash site when another vehicle rear-ended it. The accident happened at around 2:00 a.m.
A firefighter sustained injuries and was transported to Medical City Plano for treatment. The driver who crashed into the firetruck was seriously injured and also taken to Medical City Plano for treatment.
The accident is still under investigation by authorities.
We wish both injured victims a complete recovery. Our thoughts are with them at this time.
Car Accidents in Texas
Over 100,000 rear-end collisions occur annually throughout the country. Most of the time, these accidents are caused by drivers speeding, driving under the influence, driving aggressive, driving fatigued, or driving distracted. Often times, the driver who rear-ends the vehicle in front of them is usually at fault.
Those who have been harmed in rear-end accidents may be able to receive compensation for their injuries if they were in no way at fault for the accident. However, it’s important to seek legal representation as soon as possible following a collision in order to receive as much funds as possible.
At The Benton Law Firm, we help new clients every day file personal injury lawsuits against drivers who have caused them harm. We believe in the rights of our clients, which is why we work so hard every day to help them win large settlements. If you or someone you love was harmed in a car accident, contact our office today for a free consultation at (214) 219-4878.
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