• July 20, 2017

One Injured in Forney, TX, Van/Car Accident on FM 741

Forney, TX -- July 19, 2017, at least one person was injured as the result of an accident where a van and a car collided on FM 741.

According to preliminary investigations released by Mesquite Police Department, the incident occurred at around 10:00 a.m. near the intersection of FM 741 and I-20.

Preliminary investigations were not entirely clear about who or what might have caused the accident. The collision occurred between a passenger car and a work van.

Following the collision, officials say that one person was transported to Baylor Scott & White Hospital in Sunnyvale. Their condition was not specified, and it's unclear from which vehicle they came.

Police did not report any citations or charges following the accident.

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Commentary

Sometimes in a case like this, where there are so few details surrounding what happened, it's because police haven't really figured out what happened yet. A lot of times, there is no immediately clear physical evidence of what occurred, and it becomes a matter of "He said, she said."

So how can one determine liability in a case like this? Basically, whoever has the more convincing argument is the one who will find success. Those who have more evidence supporting their claims and the more convincing case is more likely to convince a jury that their side is the right side.

This means that anyone looking to be compensated for injuries sustained in an accident are going to need a clear and convincing case built on a foundation of evidence. Achieving this begins with having a thorough independent investigation conducted. With that evidence, they will have the tools necessary to building a professional and convincing case for their side of the story.

--Grossman Law Offices

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