An Update from Our Firm about COVID-19

Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Sorrels, Agosto, Aziz & Stogner remains fully operational and committed to serving our clients and colleagues throughout the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. As we follow the CDC guidelines and practice social distancing, we remain available for phone consultations and scheduled in-person meetings with both current and prospective clients and colleagues. Please contact our office by email or by calling 713-222-7211 with any questions. We look forward to hearing from you.

High Speed Pursuit Ends in Tragedy

Six people were killed in an automobile accident when a Dodge Durango collided with a Honda Civic during a high-speed police chase. According to the police report, the chase began around 8:20 p.m. when a police officer attempted to pull over the Dodge Durango. Police say the driver of the Durango was swerving with his headlights off. Upon commencing to stop the Durango, the driver began to flee. Police had no choice but to pursue. The ensuing chase reached speeds upward of 100 miles per hour. Captain J. Jaekel told news reports that the suspect was fleeing at such a high speed that police cruisers could not stay within close proximity to the Durango. "He was going so fast my guy couldn't keep up."

The police pursuit came to a sudden and tragic end when the suspect collided with the Honda Civic and its four occupants. Police identified the driver and passenger of the Dodge Durango as Juan Garcia Ahuezoteco and his cousin Alejandro Molina. Both the twenty-three year old fleeing driver and his cousin lost their lives. Also killed in the collision were the four occupants of the Honda Civic. The Dickinson Police Department identified two of the deceased as Rafael and Alejandra Guerrero, one of the other passengers in the car was identified as Gilberto Ortega Jr., Alejandra Guerrero's brother. The fourth passenger was the son of one of the victims; his name has not yet been released. The officer who was in hot pursuit is at this time unknown to the public or media.

If you or someone you love have been injured in an automobile accident, contact the attorneys at Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Sorrels, Agosto, and Friend by calling 713-396-3964 or 1-800-594-4884.

No Comments

Leave a comment
Comment Information
  • $50+ Million Fire & Explosion

    The firm successfully represented nearly 100 victims who suffered personal injuries and damages to property from a large fire and explosion resulting in a settlement of more than $50 million. The firm served as lead lawyers on the steering committee in this litigation.

  • $80 Million Plant Explosion

    The firm successfully represented 270 plaintiffs, taking a lead role in the plaintiffs’ steering committee, who suffered injuries in a large plant explosion resulting in a settlement of nearly $80 million.

  • $50+ Million Plant Fire & Explosion

    The firm successfully represented 45 personal injury victims in a plant fire and explosion, serving on the plaintiffs steering committee, concluding with a settlement of more than $50 million.

  • $22+ Million Worksite Accident

    The firm prevailed in a personal injury trial for a worksite injury client with the jury returning a verdict and resulting in a judgment of over $22 million for the firm’s client.

  • $12 Million 18-Wheeler Collision

    The firm successfully achieved a $12 million settlement for the family of a man who died in an 18 wheeler collision.

  • $48 Million Catastrophic Burns

    The firm prevailed on behalf of three burn victims with settlements totaling nearly $48 million.

Our Record Of Success

When you are hurt and you choose a law firm to represent you in court or at the negotiation table, you need to carefully consider the firm's record.

Read More Success Stories

Let Us Help You Request a Free Consultation Today

Get Help Now

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.


Privacy Policy

Back to top