Corpus Christi mother returns home after losing legs in September hit-and-run crash

CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – After losing both of her legs as the result of a late September hit-and-run accident, a Corpus Christi mother has been released from the hospital.

According to KIIITV, the accident occurred on September 29th near the intersection of 19th Street and Mary Street when 32-year-old Nikki Barrera Garza was struck by the driver of a white van while tending to her broken-down car. Garza was pinned between the van and her vehicle when the driver backed away and sped off.

The van was found abandoned a short time later. No arrests have been made in connection to the case at this time.

If you have been seriously injured in a Corpus Christi hit-and-run accident, you could be entitled to significant compensation. The Corpus Christi car accident attorneys with Herrman and Herrman have over 100 years of experience assisting the victims of car accidents and their families get the money they deserve. Contact our offices today to set up a completely free consultation to discuss your case with a seasoned personal injury attorney.

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