• January 16, 2023

Bryan Guidry Injured in Car Accident in Houston, TX

Houston, TX -- October 24, 2022, Bryan Guidry was injured as the result of an accident where Guidry's vehicle overturned off-road.

Investigators said that the incident happened just before 3:00 a.m. in the area of the intersection of Park Place Boulevard and Erie Street.

Officials made public information which says that 53-year-old Bryan Guidry was in a Chevy Silverado which was eastbound along Park Place. The vehicle somehow lost control, which caused it to overturn along the right side of the road.

Bryan Guidry Injured in Car Accident in Houston, TX

Guidry's injuries were described as incapacitating. No one else appeared to be involved in the crash. Authorities did not release additional details about the crash.

One of the most common challenges after someone is hurt in a car crash is simply ensuring the crash gets the attention it deserves. Did that happen here? It's entirely possible authorities know more than what they've made public. But oftentimes, folks come to me about crashes like this because police weren't able to finish their investigations, erroneously blamed the victim for the crash, or overlooked unusual factors they weren't experienced with, such as defects, road hazards, or medical conditions.

Likely or not, there are many reasons a crash like this can happen—both unavoidable and avoidable. Making sure the facts are clear should always be a priority, and there simply isn't any indication to whether or not authorities made that effort here.

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