Pharr PD: One seriously injured in multi-vehicle crash

by Benjamin Treviño | May 28th, 2024 | Blog

PHARR — Pharr police responded to a multi-vehicle accident Thursday night, May 23. The accident occurred about 9:30 p.m. in the southbound lanes of U.S. 281 near Nolana Loop.

One person was transported to the hospital with serious injuries, according to police. An investigation into the crash was ongoing as of this writing. No further details were provided.


Gathering medical evidence

When it comes to personal injury cases, documentation is key. Documentation provides an objective account of injuries, treatments, and progress. Documentation is crucial evidence that can support a personal injury case. Without documentation, it becomes difficult to prove the extent of a person’s injuries and the impact on their life.

Types of medical evidence

Medical records – These are documents that provide a detailed account of a person’s medical history, diagnoses, treatments, and recovery progress. They are typically prepared and maintained by healthcare professionals, including doctors, nurses, and other medical staff. These records serve as a factual representation of a person’s injuries and the medical treatment they have undergone.

Diagnostic test results – X-rays, MRIs, and CT scans are among the most common types of diagnostic tests used to assess accident injuries. These tests provide valuable evidence that can significantly impact the outcome of a personal injury claim.

Expert medical opinions – The opinions doctors and other medical professionals are crucial in providing objective evidence and professional analysis to support a claim and demonstrate the extent of the victim’s injuries. Expert opinions help support a personal injury claim by providing valuable insights and expertise.

How J. Gonzalez can help

The top-rated personal injury attorneys at the J. Gonzalez Law Firm know that comprehensive medical evidence is the foundation of a strong case. They have years of experience working closely with medical professionals, such as doctors, specialists, and therapists, to obtain detailed reports of victims’ injuries, treatments, and prognosis. This includes medical records, diagnostic tests, surgical reports, and expert opinions.

Call us today to discuss the details of your personal injury claim and how we can help you get the settlement you legally deserve. You can contact us via this website, or by calling 1-800-CAR-CRASH.




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