Last Monday in the Belton area, Sudie Jennings and an unidentified passenger were injured when a semi-truck driver struck Jennings’ car multiple times; before continuing to drive away. As the of the semi(unidentified at present) approached 6th Avenue on I-35, the driver struck the 1998 Infiniti Q45 that Jennings and her passenger were riding in. The initial impact caused Jennings’ car to spin, and then strike the semi truck a second time before colliding into the guardrail. The truck driver failed to failed to stop and render aid to the victims, and continued northbound on I-35. Both Jennings and the other passenger sustained injuries from the accident, but details of their injuries have not been released. Below is a map of the area where the hit-and-run occurred:
It is very unfortunate, and astonishing to believe that a driver operating such a large truck could be so careless as to leave an accident such as this one; uncertain of the injuries and damages the driver caused the victims. In this scenario, it is vital to report any and all information that the victims have of the semi truck who hit them. In addition to the misdemeanor charges the truck driver will face if caught, the victims should also pursue civil claims against the individual to cover the cost of damages to their vehicle, and to cover their medical bills, so that they are not burdened with out-of pockets expenses for an accident that they were not at fault for. If you have been directly involved in an accident that was beyond your control, the experienced attorneys at the Fears | Nachawati law firm can provide you with the guidance and legal representation necessary to successfully pursue a claim against the responsible party. For a free consultation, click here, or call our office at 1.866.705.7584.
About the Author
Majed Nachawati is a preeminent wrongful death lawyer with a focus on representing victims and families involved in work accidents, automobile accidents, and product liability claims. He attended Richland High School, Southern Methodist University and The University of Houston for Law School. Following Law School, Mr. Nachawati completed a two year clerkship for a Texas Court of Appeals. After his tenure with the court, Mr. Nachawati has been recognized as a Super Lawyer in Texas Monthly Magazine for the past four years in a row due primarily to his legal excellence involving catastrophic 18 wheeler crashes, wrongful death cases, and products liability cases. Mr. Nachawati is a member of the State Bar of Texas Grievance Committee, The Million Dollar Advocates Forum, on the Board of Directors for the Texas Trial Lawyers Association, a Fellowship Member of the American Association for Justice, a member of the Board of Directors for Public Justice, a member of the Tarrant County Bar Association and Dallas Bar Association and Dallas Trial Lawyers Association. Mr. Nachawati can be reached at 1.866.705.7584 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Information about Mr. Nachawati and his wrongful death case resolutions can be found by contacting him or viewing his Super Lawyer's Profile.