Houston, TX (4/25/2021) – A construction worker and an off-duty officer were injured following a wreck in a construction site near Highway 6.
The accident happened on the westbound Katy Freeway. A vehicle sideswiped another vehicle in a construction site. An officer and a foreman assessed the damage and were then hit by a gold Mercedes. The Mercedes fled.
Both were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Crash investigators will review all factors that may have led up to the accident and police reports will be made available in fourteen days.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 150,000 construction-related injuries occur every year. The attorneys at Sutliff & Stout can help you navigate the federal and state regulations that can affect your claims in a construction accident injury case. There might also be a number of parties who may be liable for your injury, such as the owners of the construction site, the contractors and subcontractors who worked on the site, the manufacturers of the equipment you used, etc.
For the case above, a hit-and-run left a construction worker and an off-duty officer with injuries. The best course of action for anyone involved in an accident involving construction would be to acquire the services of an attorney specializing in personal injury cases. For a free case evaluation, please contact Sutliff & Stout online or by phone at (713) 405-1263.
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