• April 21, 2022

Henry Williams III Injured in Car Accident in Rosenberg, TX

Rosenberg, TX -- April 3, 2022, Henry Williams III was injured due to an accident where two vehicles collided, possibly due to alcohol.

Preliminary investigations said that the crash took place at around 10:10 p.m. along US Highway 59 at the Bamore Road intersection.

In their reports, officials said that 19-year-old Henry Williams III was in a Ford Mustang traveling southbound on Bamore Road. While crossing the service road, authorities say that an eastbound pickup went through the stop sign and crashed into the side of Williams's car.

Williams reportedly had incapacitating injuries due to the crash. The other driver, identified as George Guardiola Jr., may have been injured. Authorities allege that Guadiola had been drinking, but this and other details can't be confirmed at this time.

Commentary on Henry Williams III Car Accident in Rosenberg

I certainly can't offer any evidence that isn't in these reports, so the last thing I or anyone should do is jump to conclusions. However, any possibility of alcohol in a serious crash must be taken seriously. Part of that would be finding out where that alcohol came from. Texas has a unique area of the law called dram shop law which can be of significant help to the victims and families.

Henry Williams III Car Accident Rosenberg, TX

Essentially, dram shop law says that an alcohol provider who over-serves an obviously intoxicated person can be liable for damages resulting from that intoxication. If a bar recklessly over-serves someone, and people get hurt as a result, why should that bar get off scot-free while everyone else faces severe consequences? Dram shop not only can provide a source of assistance for the victims, it also works to hold those negligent businesses accountable so they clean up their act.

Again, I can't say if that's a factor here. Authorities could find that alcohol wasn't actually a factor here. If it was, though, it would be prudent to ensure professionals with experience confronting negligent alcohol providers has a chance to look into things more thoroughly.

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