Get Help Now if Injured in an Accident
Dallas and Fort Worth car accidents cause more injury, death, and economic loss than any other crime or civic issue
Motor vehicle accidents are a common occurrence in Dallas and Fort Worth. Many crashes are completely avoidable, caused by drunk drivers or distracted drivers. Whatever the cause, car accidents are a major safety and economic issue for the Dallas/Fort Worth community.
Get information on car crashes from the region's police departments
These departments are good resources to get information after a car crash.
The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles provides information on traffic laws and licensing and insurance requirements.
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When someone is injured in a Dallas or Fort Worth car crash, what needs to happen next?
In an injury accident, it is crucial to get appropriate medical treatment, regardless of the financial cost.
The major hospitals in the Dallas/Fort Worth area include:
- Baylor University Medical Center - Dallas;
- UT Southwestern Medical Center - Dallas;
- Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas;
- Plaza Medical Center - Fort Worth;
- Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital - Fort Worth.
As soon as possible, an injured person should contact their insurance company to find out medical treatment is covered under their insurance policy.
When a car accident is serious or fatal, it is crucial to find a Dallas/Fort Worth auto accident lawyer
When a crash is serious or a death occurs, the next step is to find an experienced Mullen and Mullen personal injury attorney to start the financial recovery process by launching an insurance claim. Major injury or wrongful death claims are complicated and difficult to manage. Having a Dallas car accident lawyer on board is a great relief to injured people, or to the family left behind when an accident proves fatal.