• January 21, 2022

Juventino Aguilar Injured in Alleged Hit-and-run Accident in Harris County, TX

Harris County, TX -- November 13, 2021, Juventino Aguilar was injured due to an accident where a crash occurred, and a driver allegedly left the scene.

Authorities reported that Juventino Aguilar sustained injuries in an accident in which, according to police, Carlos Guido Alcantara was involved. Reports claim that Alcantara left the scene and now faces a charge for failure to control speed. No further information is available at this time.

Commentary on Juventino Aguilar Alleged Hit-and-run Accident in Harris County

When folks see a driver facing charges after a crash, the thought is generally that the charges are the end of the story. They certainly can be, but it's always important to be thorough. Sometimes, extenuating circumstances present an opportunity to get people much needed help they wouldn't otherwise get simply waiting for someone to face criminal consequences.

Juventino Aguilar Alleged Hit-and-run Accident Harris County, TX

For example, a common factor in Harris County is drunk driving. If a drunk driving accident is the result of a local bar over-serving someone, dram shop law says that the bar can be on the hook for their role in the victim's injuries. It may seem like that sort of thing would be in the reports, but folks would be surprised to see how many important details often slip through the cracks until there are more thorough independent investigations. I'm not saying anything like that happened here, but my hope is that steps were taken here to consider the possible avenues to get the victims and families the help they deserve.

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