2 Pedestrians Seriously Injured in Corpus Christi Collision

CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – Two people were seriously hurt after being struck by an inattentive driver at a busy Corpus Christi intersection last week.

The March 4th crash occurred at about 9:30 p.m. within the 5200 block of South Staples Street just north of the intersection with Williams Drive.

Responding officers believe the two pedestrians, ages 64 and 59, were hit by a 2006 Honda that failed to yield the right of way at the intersection. Both suffered serious injuries as a result.

The driver of the Honda, a 19-year-old man was unhurt. It is unclear if he will face any charges in connection to Thursday’s Corpus Christi pedestrian accident.

If you have been seriously injured as the result of a pedestrian accident in Corpus Christi, you have the right to seek compensation for any expenses brought upon by the accident. The Corpus Christi pedestrian accident attorneys with Herrman and Herrman will take on the big insurance companies with the goal of securing the maximum amount in compensation. Contact us today to speak with a licensed attorney with regard to your individual claim.

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