• January 19, 2017

Leonel Garcia Killed in Fort Worth, TX, Car Accident

Fort Worth, TX -- January 17, 2017, Leonel Garcia was involved in a car accident in the Haltom City area that ultimately caused fatal injuries.

Fort Worth Police responded to the intersection of North Beach Street and Stanley Keller Road in the Haltom City area of Fort Worth.

At this time, authorities have yet to release specific details regarding the accident. Current reports do not indicate any other injuries or motorists, and the factors involved in the crash have yet to be elaborated upon.

17-year-old Garcia was found at the scene with critical injuries. Emergency services rushed him to a nearby hospital for intensive care. Unfortunately, his injuries proved fatal, and he died the following day.

Authorities say that the cause of the accident is still under investigation.

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It's always tough when a tragic accident like this one has so little details because I can't help but wonder just how closely it's being investigated. Sometimes, accidents can be rather straight-forward, and police investigations are thorough. Other times, however, the crash can be much more complex, and police investigations either miss crucial details or disregard them as insignificant or unlikely. Our firm has investigated a lot of accidents in the past where a police report missed important information because the investigating officer was inexperienced, certain factors were considered uncommon, or simply because the information in question was subtle and very easy to miss for anyone not looking for it.

After any accident, it's best to considered conducting a private investigation. Our firm depends of private investigators because they have years of experience dealing with car and truck accidents. They know just how many possible factors can be involved in an accident, so nothing is passed over as unlikely or insignificant. If it's a possibility, it is fully explored until all of the facts have been thoroughly examined.

In the meantime, it's important that no hasty conclusions are drawn about this accident. Without the full story, any determinations made are simply speculation, which would only cause further harm to those affected by the accident.

--Grossman Law Offices


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