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Accident Hotspots Across Houston

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If you or someone you love has been injured or killed due to an accident, you may be entitled to compensation.  At The Potts Law Firm, our highly respected and dedicated team of attorneys is ready to fight for both you and your family.

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If you or someone you love has been injured or killed due to an accident, you may be entitled to compensation. If you’re ready to file a claim and want a professional legal team to represent you, let The Potts Law Firm be the experienced, reliable support you need to find justice.

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HOUSTON'S MOST DANGEROUS ROADS

This is an unfortunate fact that we are very familiar with, as Houston is home to our firm's main office - we passionately represent families and victims of motor vehicle accidents across the city and beyond. We hope to do our part in the Texas Department of Transportation's annual campaign and help #EndTheStreakTX.

Our clients are our top priority - as such, we created this map in the interest of the people of Houston, to increase awareness of traffic accident volume and encourage road safety. Our National Managing Partner, Derek H. Potts, wanted to make this resource available "to hopefully make drivers more vigilant, particularly on the most dangerous roads, and hopefully save some lives."

Check out the map below to see the most dangerous roads in Houston, and remember to always practice safe driving!

About the Map

This map is made up of data from the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), which has been analyzed by our team and applied using Google Maps and Leaflet. We currently have an open records request out for 2019 traffic data with the goal of continually updating this map for the people of Houston to refer to.

Been in an Accident?

We're so sorry to hear that. The good news is, we're here to help!

At The Potts Law Firm, our experienced attorneys are ready to stand beside you to help you through the entire process. We have helped thousands of clients recover financial compensation for their injuries and loss.  Contact us or fill out the form below if you've been injured or suffered the loss of a loved one.

If you or someone you know has been involved in an accident, DON'T be a victim, fight back!

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BE AWARE

Did you know that November 7th, 2000 was the last deathless day on Texas roadways?

In 2018, there were 64,126 crashes total in Houston.

In 2018, 398 people were killed in crashes in Texas. 197 of those fatalities were in Houston alone.

In 2018, more DUI - Alcohol crashes were reported in the hour between 2:00 am and 2:59 am than any other hour of the day in Texas.

COVID-19 Update

Even with millions of people at home and off of the roads in the midst of the current pandemic, the streak has still not ended. We are still seeing hundreds of crashes on state roads. According to TxDOT, fatalities are down 21 percent from where they were around this time last year, but this number is still not as low as one would hope and expect at a time when the number of people on the roads has drastically decreased.

In the words of Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez, “less traffic doesn’t mean safer drivers are out..." This is sadly true, with road fatalities in Harris County lower than they were in March of 2019, but still higher than the same month in 2018.

The importance of road safety cannot be overstated. We join the movement in urging drivers to do their part in making our roads a safer place to be, and in the meantime, are here to help while they are not.