Woman Killed After Fatal Collision on Queen Isabella Causeway

A car accident can be frightening to deal with, especially if another driver was at fault. When driving, we expect everyone on the road to use the utmost caution in order to avoid collisions. The fact of the matter is, accidents sometimes happen and are beyond anyone’s control. This was the unfortunate case for a Laguna Vista woman who was killed in mid-August 2016 after having been rear-ended by a utility vehicle on the Queen Isabella Memorial Causeway connecting South Padre Island and Port Isabel.

Fryer and Hansen knows how difficult dealing with a collision can be. We will do everything in our power to handle your case with the utmost care. Contact us to learn what we can do for you.

The Two-Car Crash

According to authorities, the victim was traveling eastbound on the causeway during morning hours when she was rear-ended by a large utility vehicle. Reports revealed that her vehicle might have been stationary at the time of the collision, although a reason why has yet to be found. The driver of the utility vehicle suffered minor injuries. News reports indicated that the accident was severe enough to close the causeway for several hours. The crash is still under investigation.

What We Do

Although the cause of this accident has yet to be determined, it’s important to remember that many car accidents are caused by negligent actions. If this has happened to you, then we want to help. Our own Bryan Hansen recently spoke about the personal injuries our firm witnesses when taking on a case. “We use all of our resources to investigate the cause of our client’s crash. We then formulate a plan to get you compensated for your time off from work and the possible injuries you sustained in the accident. “

We Want to Help

If you believe your accident was the result of someone else’s negligence, call our lawyers in McAllen immediately. We will sit and listen to your recollection of events and, using police reports and other forms of evidence, will come up with a plan of action that will best serve your legal needs during your difficult time. If you’re ready to have an experienced legal team help you, then contact us today.

Leave a Reply

XHTML: You can use these tags: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>