NASA Road 1 Fiery 18-Wheeler Wreck
Houston, TX – 18-Wheeler Wreck – On October 16, 2021, a fiery 18-wheeler crash occurred on the southbound side of I-45 just after NASA Road 1. Reports indicate that the incident involved multiple vehicles leaving a fiery scene with the 18-wheeler tipped over on the median and on top of a silver sedan. Due to the severity of the wreck, emergency crews were forced to shut down lanes on both the northbound and southbound sides of I-45. Fortunately, the collision resulted in no deaths, but the full extent of injuries is unknown.
There is no such thing as a “small” 18-wheeler wreck. 18-wheeler and commercial truck wrecks are life-altering events for not just the victim, but their families as well. The forces a victim absorbs when struck by an 18-wheeler are exponentially greater than when struck by a passenger vehicle. This incredible force often leads to not only total destruction of the victim’s vehicle but can cause life-altering injuries.
If you or a family member were injured following an 18-wheeler or commercial truck wreck, call the experienced 18-wheeler and commercial truck accident lawyers at Buckley Patterson, PLLC, to discuss your rights and potential claims. We understand the ripple effects that an injury can have on your life and the lives of your loved ones. Our attorneys have represented hundreds of victims throughout Texas, and we are here to help guide you through this difficult time. Don’t let the driver/company, insurance carrier, or their attorneys make you a victim again. Contact Buckley Patterson, PLLC, now for your free, confidential case evaluation today. Our Texas truck accident lawyers are available 24/7 to discuss your potential claims and help you, and your family, obtain the compensation you deserve!
*All information pertaining to the collision was obtained from secondary sources and has not been independently substantiated. Should you identify any inaccurate information within this post, please contact this law office immediately so our team may edit such to reflect the most accurate information.*