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Houston — Man Dies After Incident at 10414 Richmond Avenue

Posted on Monday, February 11th, 2019 at 5:36 am by Williams Hart   

At around 4:15 p.m. on Saturday, February 2, 2019, an incident that occurred at 10414 Richmond Avenue resulted to the death of a man.

According to the Houston Police Department Special Investigations Unit Sergeant M. Ynosencio and Detective E. Contreras, HPD patrol officers received a disturbance call at 10414 Richmond Avenue, and upon their arrival at the aforementioned address, they found Gregory Yarber, 55, in the street, yelling that someone was trying to kill him.

Yarber was then transported to Memorial Hermann Hospital, but unfortunately, he was pronounced dead on February 4, 2019.

The Houston Police are still waiting for the autopsy results to determine the cause of death of Gregory Yarber. Investigation is still underway for this accident.

It is unfortunate to hear of the passing of Gregory Yarber. Alas, he is not the first victim whose life is taken away by murder. According to statistics, there were a total of 17,284 reported murder and non-negligent manslaughter cases in the United States in 2017. This number actually shows a decline in the past 20 years, but if compared to other countries, the murder rate in the U.S. is still quite high. The three states with the most number of murders in the U.S. in 2017 were California, Texas, and Florida with 1,830, 1,412, and 1,057 respectively.

Murder, homicide, and violent crime statistics constantly have an impact on America’s current political debate on gun law. Though many have argued that any casual connection between gun/firearm circulation and homicide rate is simply hypothetical, the number of murders by firearm is nevertheless high. About 73% of murders and non-negligent manslaughter cases were carried using a firearm.

Murder/homicide cases are always dreadful for the victims and their families. Thankfully, there are lawyers who specialize in cases like these. So, if you are a victim of murder/homicide, or you know someone who is, or you lost a loved one because of this, then please never hesitate to seek for help. Murder defense attorneys are always more than willing to help you in protecting your rights and in getting you the justice that you deserve.

If someone you love was seriously hurt or killed in an accident, you may be unsure of where to turn. The attorneys of Williams Hart have experience helping people through the aftermath of catastrophic accidents, and we can help you too. Contact our law firm at (800) 220-9341 to speak with an experienced lawyer today.

Note: We report on the types of accidents and injuries our law firm has experience handling. Our hearts go out to victims of the accidents described on this blog, and we hope that future accidents, injuries, and deaths can be prevented. These posts are gathered from recent stories in the news. As new developments occur, these stories are often updated. If information contained within this article is false or outdated, please contact us so we can include the new information or make a correction.

Disclaimer: Williams Hart hopes that by showing how often catastrophic accidents occur, we can begin a conversation about how to reduce or prevent them. We sincerely hope that the articles on our blog arm readers with the information needed to avoid being involved in such accidents. Content on this blog should not be construed as legal advice.


Houston — Man Shoots Roommate at 7915 South Braeswood Boulevard

Posted on Monday, February 11th, 2019 at 2:57 am by Williams Hart   

At around 2:35 p.m. on Sunday, February 3, 2019, a fatal shooting occurred at 7915 South Braeswood Boulevard in Houston.

According to the Houston Police Department Homicide Division Sergeant M. Burrow and Detective A. Lopez, the HPD patrol officers responded to a report of a shooting at the aforementioned address. Upon their arrival, they found the victim, a 39-year-old man, suffering from multiple gunshot wounds after being shot by his roommate, 43-year-old Jaimel Demetruis Smith. The victim was pronounced dead by the Houston Fire Department paramedics.

Smith was detained and was later charged with murder in the 208th State District Court.

It is unfortunate to hear of the death of the unnamed victim. Sadly, he is only one of the very many victims of a shooting accident. With about 40% of Americans claiming that they own a gun or that they live in a household with one, being shot by a gun or any other form of firearm is alarmingly common in the U.S. In fact, statistics show that gun violence is considered a leading cause of death in America, with about 124,760 people shot every year (in murders, assaults, suicides/suicide attempts, unintentional shootings, or by police intervention), and from that number, about 35,141 die from gun violence and about 89,620 people survive from it.

Moreover, the chance of dying from gun violence is reported to be about 50% more than the risk of dying while riding inside a vehicle, and it is also 10 times as high as dying from any force of nature, such as earthquakes, hurricanes, and the like. This can be interpreted as Americans more likely to die from gun violence than the combined risks of drowning, fire and smoke, stabbing, choking on food, airplane crashes, animal attacks, and natural disasters. Indeed, this is quite a terrifying picture.

Gun-related accidents are undeniably appalling for the victim and their respective families. So, if you are a victim of shooting/gun violence, or you know someone who is, or you lost a loved one because of this, then please never hesitate to ask for help. The police will always be there for you, but more than that, lawyers, especially those who specialize in gun-related accidents, are always willing to help you in protecting your rights and in getting you the justice that you deserve.

If someone you love was seriously hurt or killed in an accident, you may be unsure of where to turn. The attorneys of Williams Hart have experience helping people through the aftermath of catastrophic accidents, and we can help you too. Contact our law firm at (800) 220-9341 to speak with an experienced lawyer today.

Note: We report on the types of accidents and injuries our law firm has experience handling. Our hearts go out to victims of the accidents described on this blog, and we hope that future accidents, injuries, and deaths can be prevented. These posts are gathered from recent stories in the news. As new developments occur, these stories are often updated. If information contained within this article is false or outdated, please contact us so we can include the new information or make a correction.

Disclaimer: Williams Hart hopes that by showing how often catastrophic accidents occur, we can begin a conversation about how to reduce or prevent them. We sincerely hope that the articles on our blog arm readers with the information needed to avoid being involved in such accidents. Content on this blog should not be construed as legal advice.


Houston — Man Shot to Death in Parking Lot of Apartment Complex in Northwest Harris County

Posted on Monday, February 11th, 2019 at 2:04 am by Williams Hart   

At around 11:50 p.m. on Thursday, February 7, 2019, a man in his 20s was found shot to death in a parking lot of an apartment complex in northwest Harris County.

When deputies responded to a report of a fatal shooting at the 11200 block of Veterans Memorial Drive, they discovered the body of a black man with a gunshot wound to his head next to a car in the parking lot.

They also discovered a toddler in the car, asleep and uninjured. Investigators believe that the man was the child’s father.

It is unfortunate to hear of the death of the unidentified victim. Sadly, he is not the first victim whose life is taken away by a shooting accident. With about 40% of Americans claiming that they own a gun or that they live in a household with one, being shot by a gun or any other form of firearm is alarmingly common in the U.S. In fact, statistics show that gun violence is considered a leading cause of death in America, with about 124,760 people shot every year (in murders, assaults, suicides/suicide attempts, unintentional shootings, or by police intervention), and from that number, about 35,141 die from gun violence and about 89,620 people survive from it.

Moreover, the chance of dying from gun violence is reported to be about 50% more than the risk of dying while riding inside a vehicle, and it is also 10 times as high as dying from any force of nature, such as earthquakes, hurricanes, and the like. This can be interpreted as Americans more likely to die from gun violence than the combined risks of drowning, fire and smoke, stabbing, choking on food, airplane crashes, animal attacks, and natural disasters. Indeed, this is quite a terrifying picture.

Gun-related accidents are undeniably appalling for the victim and their respective families. So, if you are a victim of shooting/gun violence, or you know someone who is, or you lost a loved one because of this, then please never hesitate to ask for help. The police will always be there for you, but more than that, lawyers, especially those who specialize in gun-related accidents, are always willing to help you in protecting your rights and in getting you the justice that you deserve.

If someone you love was seriously hurt or killed in an accident, you may be unsure of where to turn. The attorneys of Williams Hart have experience helping people through the aftermath of catastrophic accidents, and we can help you too. Contact our law firm at (800) 220-9341 to speak with an experienced lawyer today.

Note: We report on the types of accidents and injuries our law firm has experience handling. Our hearts go out to victims of the accidents described on this blog, and we hope that future accidents, injuries, and deaths can be prevented. These posts are gathered from recent stories in the news. As new developments occur, these stories are often updated. If information contained within this article is false or outdated, please contact us so we can include the new information or make a correction.

Disclaimer: Williams Hart hopes that by showing how often catastrophic accidents occur, we can begin a conversation about how to reduce or prevent them. We sincerely hope that the articles on our blog arm readers with the information needed to avoid being involved in such accidents. Content on this blog should not be construed as legal advice.


Houston — Man Shot to Death While Getting Ready for Party in Westbury

Posted on Monday, February 11th, 2019 at 1:33 am by Williams Hart   

At approximately 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, February 9, 2019, a man was shot to death at a home in southwest Houston.

According to Houston Police, the man and his partner, both in their 20s, were in their room, at the home in the 5700 block of West Airport Boulevard in Westbury, preparing for a surprise birthday party for a family member when the gun went off.

At first, authorities believed that the man committed suicide simply because of the nature of the crime scene being a bedroom, but eventually investigators determined that the shooting was a homicide.

It is unfortunate to hear of the death of the unidentified victim. Sadly, he is not the first victim whose life is taken away by a shooting accident. With about 40% of Americans claiming that they own a gun or that they live in a household with one, being shot by a gun or any other form of firearm is alarmingly common in the U.S. In fact, statistics show that gun violence is considered a leading cause of death in America, with about 124,760 people shot every year (in murders, assaults, suicides/suicide attempts, unintentional shootings, or by police intervention), and from that number, about 35,141 die from gun violence and about 89,620 people survive from it.

Furthermore, the chance of dying from gun violence is reported to be about 50% more than the risk of dying while riding inside a vehicle, and it is also 10 times as high as dying from any force of nature, such as earthquakes, hurricanes, and the like. This can be interpreted as Americans more likely to die from gun violence than the combined risks of drowning, fire and smoke, stabbing, choking on food, airplane crashes, animal attacks, and natural disasters. Indeed, this is quite a terrifying picture.

Gun-related accidents are undeniably appalling for the victim and their respective families. So, if you are a victim of shooting/gun violence, or you know someone who is, or you lost a loved one because of this, then please never hesitate to ask for help. The police will always be there for you, but more than that, lawyers, especially those who specialize in gun-related accidents, are always willing to help you in protecting your rights and in getting you the justice that you deserve.

If someone you love was seriously hurt or killed in an accident, you may be unsure of where to turn. The attorneys of Williams Hart have experience helping people through the aftermath of catastrophic accidents, and we can help you too. Contact our law firm at (800) 220-9341 to speak with an experienced lawyer today.

Note: We report on the types of accidents and injuries our law firm has experience handling. Our hearts go out to victims of the accidents described on this blog, and we hope that future accidents, injuries, and deaths can be prevented. These posts are gathered from recent stories in the news. As new developments occur, these stories are often updated. If information contained within this article is false or outdated, please contact us so we can include the new information or make a correction.

Disclaimer: Williams Hart hopes that by showing how often catastrophic accidents occur, we can begin a conversation about how to reduce or prevent them. We sincerely hope that the articles on our blog arm readers with the information needed to avoid being involved in such accidents. Content on this blog should not be construed as legal advice.


Bartlett — Woman Dead After Fatal Shooting in Burnet County

Posted on Wednesday, February 6th, 2019 at 1:27 am by Williams Hart   

At approximately 4 p.m. on Friday, February 1, 2019, a fatal shooting accident that occurred in Burnet County left one person dead.

According to the Burnet County Sheriff’s Office, officers were dispatched to 624 West Jackson Street where they discovered a deceased person with a gunshot wound. The victim was identified as 22-year-old Stormie Devon Callison.

The officers also managed to find the suspect’s vehicle more than 6 hours after the shooting. At around 5:21 a.m. on February 2, 2019, the suspect, identified as 32-year-old Archie Samuel Rogers Jr., was arrested. He is charged with 1st degree murder, and he is held at the Williamson County Jail.

It is unfortunate to hear of the passing of Stormie Devon Callison. Sadly, she is not the first victim whose life is taken away by a shooting accident. With about 40% of Americans claiming that they own a gun or that they live in a household with one, being shot by a gun or any other form of firearm is alarmingly common in the U.S. In fact, statistics show that gun violence is considered a leading cause of death in America, with about 124,760 people shot every year (in murders, assaults, suicides/suicide attempts, unintentional shootings, or by police intervention), and from that number, about 35,141 die from gun violence and about 89,620 people survive from it.

Moreover, the chance of dying from gun violence is reported to be about 50% more than the risk of dying while riding inside a vehicle, and it is also 10 times as high as dying from any force of nature, such as earthquakes, hurricanes, and the like. This can be interpreted as Americans more likely to die from gun violence than the combined risks of drowning, fire and smoke, stabbing, choking on food, airplane crashes, animal attacks, and natural disasters. Indeed, this is quite a terrifying picture.

Gun-related accidents are undeniably appalling for the victim and their respective families. So, if you are a victim of shooting/gun violence, or you know someone who is, or you lost a loved one because of this, then please never hesitate to ask for help. The police will always be there for you, but more than that, lawyers, especially those who specialize in gun-related accidents, are always willing to help you in protecting your rights and in getting you the justice that you deserve.

If someone you love was seriously hurt or killed in an accident, you may be unsure of where to turn. The attorneys of Williams Hart have experience helping people through the aftermath of catastrophic accidents, and we can help you too. Contact our law firm at (800) 220-9341 to speak with an experienced lawyer today.

Note: We report on the types of accidents and injuries our law firm has experience handling. Our hearts go out to victims of the accidents described on this blog, and we hope that future accidents, injuries, and deaths can be prevented. These posts are gathered from recent stories in the news. As new developments occur, these stories are often updated. If information contained within this article is false or outdated, please contact us so we can include the new information or make a correction.

Disclaimer: Williams Hart hopes that by showing how often catastrophic accidents occur, we can begin a conversation about how to reduce or prevent them. We sincerely hope that the articles on our blog arm readers with the information needed to avoid being involved in such accidents. Content on this blog should not be construed as legal advice.


Royse City — 2 Teenagers Dead After Shooting in Woodland Creek

Posted on Tuesday, February 5th, 2019 at 1:30 am by Williams Hart   

On Sunday, February 3, 2019, a double homicide of two teenagers occurred in the Woodland Creek subdivision in Royse City, Texas.

According to initial investigations, the shooting occurred on the 3100 block of Overstreet Lane in the Woodland Creek subdivision at approximately 3:05 a.m.

Timothy Reed, a witness, claimed that he and his wife heard gunshots at 3 a.m., and so he went outside to see what was going on. As a result, he spotted two bodies on the road, and those two victims were teenagers he was acquainted with.

Investigators still do not have any idea what led up to this violent accident. But they do suspect that there was a third person involved in the shooting but left the scene before the police arrived. Investigation is still ongoing for this particular shooting accident.

It is unfortunate to hear of the passing of the two unidentified teenage victims. Alas, they are not the first victims whose lives are taken away by a shooting accident. With about 40% of Americans claiming that they own a gun or that they live in a household with one, being shot by a gun or any other form of firearm is alarmingly common in the U.S. In fact, statistics show that gun violence is considered a leading cause of death in America, with about 124,760 people shot every year (in murders, assaults, suicides/suicide attempts, unintentional shootings, or by police intervention), and from that number, about 35,141 die from gun violence and about 89,620 people survive from it.

Moreover, the chance of dying from gun violence is reported to be about 50% more than the risk of dying while riding inside a vehicle, and it is also 10 times as high as dying from any force of nature, such as earthquakes, hurricanes, and the like. This can be interpreted as Americans more likely to die from gun violence than the combined risks of drowning, fire and smoke, stabbing, choking on food, airplane crashes, animal attacks, and natural disasters. Indeed, this is quite a terrifying picture.

Gun-related accidents are undeniably appalling for the victim and their respective families. So, if you are a victim of shooting/gun violence, or you know someone who is, or you lost a loved one because of this, then please never hesitate to ask for help. The police will always be there for you, but more than that, lawyers, especially those who specialize in gun-related accidents, are always willing to help you in protecting your rights and in getting you the justice that you deserve.

If someone you love was seriously hurt or killed in an accident, you may be unsure of where to turn. The attorneys of Williams Hart have experience helping people through the aftermath of catastrophic accidents, and we can help you too. Contact our law firm at (800) 220-9341 to speak with an experienced lawyer today.

Note: We report on the types of accidents and injuries our law firm has experience handling. Our hearts go out to victims of the accidents described on this blog, and we hope that future accidents, injuries, and deaths can be prevented. These posts are gathered from recent stories in the news. As new developments occur, these stories are often updated. If information contained within this article is false or outdated, please contact us so we can include the new information or make a correction.

Disclaimer: Williams Hart hopes that by showing how often catastrophic accidents occur, we can begin a conversation about how to reduce or prevent them. We sincerely hope that the articles on our blog arm readers with the information needed to avoid being involved in such accidents. Content on this blog should not be construed as legal advice.


Waco — Woman Dead After Shot Inside Home

Posted on Tuesday, February 5th, 2019 at 1:25 am by Williams Hart   

A shooting accident that occurred in Waco, Texas left a woman dead inside her own home on Sunday, February 3, 2019.

According to Waco Police Sgt. Patrick Swanton, the accident happened in the 5600 block of Wilshire Drive at approximately 3:30 a.m. When the officers arrived at the address, they found a woman in her mid-20s shot to death. A witness claimed that they saw someone come into the house and shoot the woman.

As of right now, there are no possible suspects yet, but the police are actively investigating this accident as a murder.

It is unfortunate to hear of the death of unidentified woman. Alas, she is not the first one whose life is taken away by a shooting accident. With about 40% of Americans claiming that they own a gun or that they live in a household with one, being shot by a gun or any other form of firearm is alarmingly common in the U.S. In fact, statistics show that gun violence is considered a leading cause of death in America, with about 124,760 people shot every year (in murders, assaults, suicides/suicide attempts, unintentional shootings, or by police intervention), and from that number, about 35,141 die from gun violence and about 89,620 people survive from it.

Furthermore, the chance of dying from gun violence is reported to be about 50% more than the risk of dying while riding inside a vehicle, and it is also 10 times as high as dying from any force of nature, such as earthquakes, hurricanes, and the like. This can be interpreted as Americans more likely to die from gun violence than the combined risks of drowning, fire and smoke, stabbing, choking on food, airplane crashes, animal attacks, and natural disasters. Indeed, this is quite a terrifying picture.

Gun-related accidents are undeniably dreadful for the victim and their respective families. So, if you are a victim of shooting/gun violence, or you know someone who is, or you lost a loved one because of this, then please never hesitate to ask for help. The police will always be there for you, but more than that, lawyers, especially those who specialize in gun-related accidents, are always willing to help you in protecting your rights and in getting you the justice that you deserve.

If someone you love was seriously hurt or killed in an accident, you may be unsure of where to turn. The attorneys of Williams Hart have experience helping people through the aftermath of catastrophic accidents, and we can help you too. Contact our law firm at (800) 220-9341 to speak with an experienced lawyer today.

Note: We report on the types of accidents and injuries our law firm has experience handling. Our hearts go out to victims of the accidents described on this blog, and we hope that future accidents, injuries, and deaths can be prevented. These posts are gathered from recent stories in the news. As new developments occur, these stories are often updated. If information contained within this article is false or outdated, please contact us so we can include the new information or make a correction.

Disclaimer: Williams Hart hopes that by showing how often catastrophic accidents occur, we can begin a conversation about how to reduce or prevent them. We sincerely hope that the articles on our blog arm readers with the information needed to avoid being involved in such accidents. Content on this blog should not be construed as legal advice.


Fort Worth — Man Shot And Killed on Park Lane Drive

Posted on Monday, February 4th, 2019 at 2:12 am by Williams Hart   

On Wednesday, January 30, 2019, a shooting accident occurred in Fort Worth that resulted to the death of one man.

According to initial reports, Thomas Thompson, 22, was walking along the 3500 block of Park Lake Drive toward McCart Avenue when a second man approached him and shot him in the head. The suspect then walked across the turf bridge along the river toward Red Rock Apartments.

Thompson was then brought to the hospital, but unfortunately, he died from his injuries at approximately 9:20 a.m. on Thursday.

Homicide detectives are still investigating this particular accident.

It is unfortunate to hear of the passing of Thomas Thompson. Sadly, he is not the first one whose life is taken away by a shooting accident. With about 40% of Americans claiming that they own a gun or that they live in a household with one, being shot by a gun or any other form of firearm is alarmingly common in the U.S. In fact, statistics show that gun violence is considered a leading cause of death in America, with about 124,760 people shot every year (in murders, assaults, suicides/suicide attempts, unintentional shootings, or by police intervention) and from that number, about 35,141 die from gun violence and about 89,620 people survive from it.

Furthermore, the chance of dying from gun violence is reported to be about 50% more than the risk of dying while riding inside a vehicle, and it is also 10 times as high as dying from any force of nature, such as earthquakes, hurricanes, and the like. This can be interpreted as Americans more likely to die from gun violence than the combined risks of drowning, fire and smoke, stabbing, choking on food, airplane crashes, animal attacks, and natural disasters. Indeed, this is quite a terrifying picture.

Gun-related accidents are undeniably dreadful for the victim and their respective families. So, if you are a victim of shooting/gun violence, or you know someone who is, or you lost a loved one because of this, then please never hesitate to ask for help. The police will always be there for you, but more than that, lawyers, especially those who specialize in gun-related accidents, are always willing to help you in protecting your rights and in getting you the justice that you deserve.

If someone you love was seriously hurt or killed in an accident, you may be unsure of where to turn. The attorneys of Williams Hart have experience helping people through the aftermath of catastrophic accidents, and we can help you too. Contact our law firm at (800) 220-9341 to speak with an experienced lawyer today.

Note: We report on the types of accidents and injuries our law firm has experience handling. Our hearts go out to victims of the accidents described on this blog, and we hope that future accidents, injuries, and deaths can be prevented. These posts are gathered from recent stories in the news. As new developments occur, these stories are often updated. If information contained within this article is false or outdated, please contact us so we can include the new information or make a correction.

Disclaimer: Williams Hart hopes that by showing how often catastrophic accidents occur, we can begin a conversation about how to reduce or prevent them. We sincerely hope that the articles on our blog arm readers with the information needed to avoid being involved in such accidents. Content on this blog should not be construed as legal advice.


Houston — Man Dead After Shooting at 6633 West Airport Boulevard

Posted on Monday, February 4th, 2019 at 12:50 am by Williams Hart   

At approximately 1:15 a.m. on Tuesday, January 29, 2019, a fatal shooting occurred at 6633 West Airport Boulevard that resulted to the death of one man.

According to the Houston Police Department Division Detectives S. Overstreet and T. Andrade, the victim, a 45-year-old man who is yet to be identified by the Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences, was found dead inside his apartment at the aforementioned address. Witnesses claimed that they heard gunshots at about 1 a.m., and then they saw two young-looking black males flee from the victim’s apartment. They then fled in a white Dodge Caravan.

Investigators said that the motive for this shooting may have been robbery.

It is unfortunate to hear of the death of the unidentified victim. Sadly, he is not the first victim whose life is taken away by a shooting accident. With about 40% of Americans claiming that they own a gun or that they live in a household with one, being shot by a gun or any other form of firearm is alarmingly common in the U.S. In fact, statistics show that gun violence is considered a leading cause of death in America, with about 124,760 people shot every year (in murders, assaults, suicides/suicide attempts, unintentional shootings, or by police intervention) and from that number, about 35,141 die from gun violence and about 89,620 people survive from it.

Moreover, the chance of dying from gun violence is reported to be about 50% more than the risk of dying while riding inside a vehicle, and it is also 10 times as high as dying from any force of nature, such as earthquakes, hurricanes, and the like. This can be interpreted as Americans more likely to die from gun violence than the combined risks of drowning, fire and smoke, stabbing, choking on food, airplane crashes, animal attacks, and natural disasters. Indeed, this is quite a terrifying picture.

Gun-related accidents are undeniably appalling for the victim and their respective families. So, if you are a victim of shooting/gun violence, or you know someone who is, or you lost a loved one because of this, then please never hesitate to ask for help. The police will always be there for you, but more than that, lawyers, especially those who specialize in gun-related accidents, are always willing to help you in protecting your rights and in getting you the justice that you deserve.

If someone you love was seriously hurt or killed in an accident, you may be unsure of where to turn. The attorneys of Williams Hart have experience helping people through the aftermath of catastrophic accidents, and we can help you too. Contact our law firm at (800) 220-9341 to speak with an experienced lawyer today.

Note: We report on the types of accidents and injuries our law firm has experience handling. Our hearts go out to victims of the accidents described on this blog, and we hope that future accidents, injuries, and deaths can be prevented. These posts are gathered from recent stories in the news. As new developments occur, these stories are often updated. If information contained within this article is false or outdated, please contact us so we can include the new information or make a correction.

Disclaimer: Williams Hart hopes that by showing how often catastrophic accidents occur, we can begin a conversation about how to reduce or prevent them. We sincerely hope that the articles on our blog arm readers with the information needed to avoid being involved in such accidents. Content on this blog should not be construed as legal advice.


Houston County — Dead Body Found on County Road 1135

Posted on Monday, February 4th, 2019 at 12:45 am by Williams Hart   

At around 10:30 a.m. on Friday, February 1, 2019, a dead body was found on County Road 1135 in the Tadmor area of Houston County.

The Houston County Sheriff’s Office identified the victim as Cadarius Williams, a 24-year-old man from Lufkin, and deputies are treating this case as a homicide. The body was subsequently brought to a medical examiner for an autopsy.

It is unfortunate to hear of the passing of Cadarius Williams. Alas, he is not the first victim whose life is taken away by murder. According to statistics, there were a total of 17,284 reported murder and non-negligent manslaughter cases in the United States in 2017. This number actually shows a decline in the past 20 years, but if compared to other countries, the murder rate in the U.S. is still quite high. The three states with the most number of murders in the U.S. in 2017 were California, Texas, and Florida with 1,830, 1,412, and 1,057 respectively.

Murder, homicide, and violent crime statistics constantly have an impact on America’s current political debate on gun law. Though many have argued that any casual connection between gun/firearm circulation and homicide rate is simply hypothetical, the number of murders by firearm is nevertheless high. About 73% of murders and non-negligent manslaughter cases were carried using a firearm.

Murder/homicide cases are always devastating for the victims and their families. Thankfully, there are lawyers who specialize in cases like these. So, if you are a victim of murder/homicide, or you know someone who is, or you lost a loved one because of this, then please never hesitate to seek for help. Murder defense attorneys are always more than willing to help you in protecting your rights and in getting you the justice that you deserve.

If someone you love was seriously hurt or killed in an accident, you may be unsure of where to turn. The attorneys of Williams Hart have experience helping people through the aftermath of catastrophic accidents, and we can help you too. Contact our law firm at (800) 220-9341 to speak with an experienced lawyer today.

Note: We report on the types of accidents and injuries our law firm has experience handling. Our hearts go out to victims of the accidents described on this blog, and we hope that future accidents, injuries, and deaths can be prevented. These posts are gathered from recent stories in the news. As new developments occur, these stories are often updated. If information contained within this article is false or outdated, please contact us so we can include the new information or make a correction.

Disclaimer: Williams Hart hopes that by showing how often catastrophic accidents occur, we can begin a conversation about how to reduce or prevent them. We sincerely hope that the articles on our blog arm readers with the information needed to avoid being involved in such accidents. Content on this blog should not be construed as legal advice.

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