• November 07, 2023

Camila Gonzalez Calderon Injured in Alleged Intoxicated Driver Accident in Harris County, TX

UPDATE (November 15, 2023): In further statements from authorities, it's alleged that the intoxicated driver was nearly two and a half times the legal limit for intoxicated driving. It seems charges are still pending, though authorities haven't mentioned any investigations into where that alcohol came from.

Harris County officials are often on the ball when seeking out negligent bars who over-serve people and contribute to accidents like this. That's a big improvement from other jurisdictions where I've handled personal injury claims against bars and found no one even bothered to investigate them before we got there. But is the current lack of information just authorities being reserved in their public statements, or could it be they have yet to look into the possibility a local alcohol provider contributed to this crash?

Harris County, TX — October 31, 2023, Camila Gonzalez Calderon was injured due to an alleged intoxicated driving accident.

Camila Gonzalez Calderon Injured in Alleged Intoxicated Driver Accident in Harris County, TX

Currently, there are few details available about the accident itself. Statements from Harris County officials state that Camila Gonzalez Calderon sustained injuries due to a motor vehicle accident.

One person is accused of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated and by reason of that intoxication causing the injuries Gonzalez Calderon sustained. There appears to be a pending charge for intoxication assault against that driver.

Right now, authorities have not said if they believe alcohol or drugs to be the intoxicant that contributed to the crash. Whether or not there will be additional charges surrounding the accident remains unclear, as well.

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