• March 09, 2017

One Killed in Hit-and-Run Accident on Lee Road in Houston, TX

Houston, TX -- An unidentified woman was killed in a hit-and-run collision in the area of Houston, TX around 9 p.m. Wednesday, March 8, 2017.

The incident happened on Lee Road.

Harris County Sheriff's Office officials claim the pedestrian was walking along Lee Road close to Dwyer when they were struck by a vehicle. The victim, described as a 59-year-old man, was killed at the scene of the incident.

The driver of the vehicle fled the scene of the incident, and at the time of the report, had yet to be caught.

Further information regarding the incident may become known pending the investigation.

Authorities are currently investigating the details of the incident.

map of the area


It takes a lot of resources for any police department to track down suspected drivers in accidents like this. Unfortunately, a lot of these cases go unresolved due to lack of resources, or in some instances, incompetence. Victims and their families are all too often left with little help in resolving these tragedies.

Thankfully, loved ones affected by these tragedies are not bound to rely on government agencies to find closure. In my many years of experience in hit-and-run accidents, I find myself reminding families they have available to them a second option.

Third-party investigators often have much lighter caseloads. This means they are able to devote their undivided attention in seeking information. Further, they often have more refined tools, technology, and experience in this area of investigation. Most victim's families find that these investigators uncover huge amounts of information that is often overlooked by their government counterparts.

Thanks to the benefit of third-party investigations, there will always be another option for victims seeking information.

--Grossman Law Offices


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