The Ultimate Guide to Auto Accidents in Hidalgo County (2022 Edition)

Like many regions in Texas — indeed, all over the country — Hidalgo County on the Texas-Mexico border has its share of dangerous roads.

In this study and analysis, the legal team at McAllen personal injury firm Patino Law has painstakingly compiled crash data from the thousands of accidents that occurred in the county in 2022 to answer key questions, including:

  • What are the most dangerous roads in the county?
  • What are the most dangerous roads in each city?
  • What are the most common contributing factors cited?
  • What types of vehicles are involved in the most accidents?
  • What injuries do Hidalgo County accidents cause?

Using data gathered via the Texas Department of Transportation’s (TxDOT) Crash Records Information System (C.R.I.S.), we’ve compiled the latest statistics on accidents outside city limits and in Alamo, Alton, Donna, Edcouch, Edinburg, Elsa, Hidalgo, La Joya, La Villa, McAllen, Mercedes, Mission, Palmhurst, Palmview, Peñitas, Pharr, Progreso, Progreso Lakes, San Juan, Sullivan City, and Weslaco.

Patino Law Firm is the only place to see these all in one place without going into C.R.I.S. and analyzing the data for yourself.

We’ve also compared our findings against 2021 data so you can see how road activity and driver behavior have changed year on year.

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Accident Count by City (2022)

Discover how many accidents happened in Hidalgo County in 2022 versus 2021 at a total level, or get a quick glance at accident hotspots in Texas.

Based on reported data, a total of 21,747 accidents happened in Hidalgo County in 2022. Unsurprisingly, there were more accidents in larger cities, with Pharr contributing 3,192 crashes — just under 15% of the total across the county. Edinburg saw 2,919 accidents, followed by McAllen with 2,908 and Mission with 2,002.

How to Use This Chart

Hover over or tap a segment of the pie chart to view the number of reported accidents in each location.

How to Use This Chart

Hover over or tap a segment of the pie chart to view the number of reported accidents in each location.

Accident Count by City (2021)

How do the 2022 figures compare to 2021?

There were 20,502 auto accidents reported the year prior, representing a 6% increase in crashes in Hidalgo County from 2021 to 2022.

Interestingly, several cities reported more accidents in 2021 compared to 2022, despite the overall number being lower.

These were:

2022 2021
Alton 213 253
Edcouch 19 24
La Villa 3 10
Peñitas 152 207

Interesting Trends

Alton and Peñitas experienced the biggest drops in reported accidents in 2022.

  • In Alton, there were fewer accidents in 2022 caused by failing to control speed (52 versus 58), driver distraction</a href> (10 versus 26), tailgating</a href> (20 versus 25), and drug intoxication (0 versus 6), among others.
  • However, more accidents occurred due to driver inattention (82 versus 74) and driving under the influence of alcohol (10 versus 9).
  • In Peñitas, accidents caused by driver inattention fell by 45% (from 58 to 32). Fewer accidents (69 versus 79) also occurred due to a failure to control speed.
  • However, driver intoxication was more of a problem in Peñitas in 2022, with 6 accidents citing it as a factor (compared to 0 in 2021).

Most Dangerous Roads in Hidalgo County

Are accidents more likely to happen on some roads than others? Find out the top 10 most dangerous roads based on reported accidents across the entire county, or drill down at a city level and see where the most accidents occurred in McAllen, Weslaco, Edinburg, and more.

These charts show the top 10 most dangerous roads in the county based on reported accidents. See where most crashes occurred across the entire county or filter by city.

How to Use This Chart

Hover over or tap a segment of the pie chart to view the number of reported accidents in each location.

How to Use This Chart

Use the drop-down navigation at the top of the chart to select the city you want to see data for. Roads are ordered by the number of reported accidents, from most to least.

Hover over or tap on a colored bar to see the full street name.

Interstate 2 and U.S. Highway 83

From its southern terminus in Brownsville, U.S. Highway 83 stretches the entire Valley. In Harlingen (Cameron County), it merges with Interstate 2 (I-2), heading west through the Hidalgo County cities of Mercedes, Weslaco, Donna, Alamo, Pharr, McAllen, Mission, and Peñitas.

In Peñitas, US 83 continues through Starr County and Zapata County and beyond the Valley through Laredo, Uvalde, Junction, and Wellington on its way to the Oklahoma state line, where it continues further north through Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, and North Dakota.

Its sheer length — some 1,885 miles — makes U.S Highway 83 a notorious accident hotspot, but many happen along the 47 miles comprising I-2.

Interstate Highway 2 topped the chart on a county level, with 2,737 accidents taking place on this road. I-2 also dominates in terms of accident count across multiple cities, which isn’t surprising, given the breadth of the Rio Grande Valley (RGV) it covers.

Interstate 69C

Interstate 69C (I-69C) — one of three I-69 auxiliary branches in South Texas — runs along part of U.S. Route 281 and passes through the Hidalgo County cities of McAllen, Pharr, and Edinburg.

Like any other high-speed freeway, I-69C contributes its share of accidents — 751 across the entire county in 2022.

Texas State Highway 107

This 47-mile road begins in Mission at an intersection with I-2 and US 83. As it travels north, it intersects with SH 495 — itself one of the most dangerous roads in the county, contributing 551 accidents in 2022.

After exiting Mission, it passes through Palmhurst, Alton, McAllen, and Edinburg, where it intersects with US 281 and I-69C. From here, SH 107 travels east through Elsa, Edcouch, and La Villa and southeast into Cameron County before heading east for a final time into Combes.

Interesting Trends

2,737 accidents were reported on I-2 across the county in 2022.

596 of these accidents (over 20% of the county total) occurred in Pharr, with 469 reported in San Juan and 367 happening in Weslaco.

These cities are among the smallest in Hidalgo County by land area; according to the United States Census Bureau</a href>, the land area of Weslaco, Pharr, and San Juan are as follows:

  • Pharr: 23.63 square miles
  • Weslaco: 16.38 square miles
  • San Juan: 11.64 square miles

For context, McAllen has a land area of 62.31 square miles — more than Pharr, Weslaco, and San Juan combined.

So why did so many accidents occur on I-2 in these cities, considering they are much smaller than other cities in the RGV?

The answer could lie in their population density. Weslaco, Pharr, and San Juan have lower population counts compared to larger cities, but data from the Census Bureau yields some interesting insights when we consider the population per square mile:

  • Pharr: 79,715 population; 3,374 population per square mile
  • Weslaco: 40,160 population; 2,451.9 population per square mile
  • San Juan: 35,294 population; 3,031.3 population per square mile.

For comparison, McAllen has a much higher population (142,210), but residents are spread across a much larger land area — the city has a population per square mile of 2,282.4.

It’s likely, then, that significantly more accidents occurred on I-2 in these cities because there are more people — and, therefore, more motorists — to potentially get in a crash in what are smaller areas dominated by a single road (not to mention a key access point to other cities in the county).

What Are the Most Common Causes of Accidents in Hidalgo County?

What causes motor accidents in Hidalgo County? Find out how many accidents happened as a result of speeding, driver inattention, failure to yield the right of way, and more in Hidalgo County in 2022 and 2021.

When a reportable accident occurs in Hidalgo County — any accident that causes injury or death must be reported immediately — an investigating officer will create a police report. In this report is a space for the officer to document one or more contributing factors. There are 70 total factors officers can select, ranging from driving while intoxicated to speeding, or officers can add their own. The crash report is vital evidence in a personal injury claim because it can demonstrate how the accident happened and who might be at fault.

So what are the most commonly cited contributing factors for accidents in Hidalgo County?

How to Use This Chart

This chart contains two columns. The column on the left shows how many times a contributing factor was cited for accidents in a specific city.

You can select the city you want to see data for using the drop-down.

The column on the right displays the total times a factor was cited as a contributing cause in accidents across the entire county.

You can see data for 2021 in the second chart, allowing you to compare year-on-year progress.

Interesting Trends

“Failed to control speed” was the most cited contributing factor of reported accidents in Hidalgo County in 2022, featuring in crash reports 6,633 times versus 6,482 in 2021.

“Driver inattention” was in second place, cited 1,868 times in 2022 and 1,797 times in 2021.

But that doesn’t mean these were the two leading causes of accidents in every city, nor that the individual city figures increased from 2021 to 2022.

For example, in Alamo, “failed to control speed” was cited 155 times in 2022, an improvement compared to 2021 (185). However, more accidents were caused by driver inattention (199 versus 140).

Driver inattention was also the leading cause of accidents in Alton and Palmhurst:

2022 Alton Palmhurst
Driver inattention 82 262
Failing to control speed 52 96

Palmhurst notably saw accidents caused by driver inattention skyrocket in 2022, almost doubling from 135 to 262.

In several cities, other contributing factors featured prominently in crash reports:

  • In Edinburg and Pharr, “failed to control speed” was the leading contributing factor by a landslide. Driver inattention was a less common cause, with “changing lanes when unsafe” taking second place.
  • “Backed without safety” was also a common cause in several cities, taking second place behind “failed to control speed” in Weslaco (cited 251 times) and Mission (225).

Contributing Factors by Month (2022)

Want to dive even deeper into the factors responsible for accidents across the county? Discover the exact number of accidents that were reported each month and how they happened.

This chart shows how many accidents happened in each city, the month they occurred, and the contributing factors recorded.

How to Use This Chart

There are two ways to navigate this chart.

Method 1:

By default, this chart shows data for all contributing factors. Each circle represents a city within Hidalgo County, the size of which correlates to the total number of accidents reported.

Click or tap on one of the large circles to zoom into a specific city.

Each circle contains several smaller circles, representing the months of the year. These vary by size based on the number of accidents that occurred during that particular month.

Within each month are one or more other circles; these represent the contributing factors. Hover over or tap on one of these circles for more information, including:

  • Accidents per month: How many total accidents occurred in the selected city for that particular month.
  • Times cited (yearly total): How many times the contributing factor was cited in accidents in the selected city in 2022.
  • Times cited (monthly total): How many times the contributing factor was cited in accidents in the specified city for the selected month.

For example, hovering over “driver inattention” in the “December” circle within the larger “McAllen” circle reveals that a total of 2,908 accidents happened in this city in 2022 (across all contributing factors). The “accidents per month” total shows 332 reported crashes during the festive season.

The chart shows that “driver inattention” was cited 17 times in accident reports for McAllen crashes occurring in December. The yearly total (156) provides additional context.

It’s important to note that the total times a factor has been cited may be more than the total number of accidents — this is because many accidents involve several contributing factors.

For example, for a car accident where one driver was texting, the crash report might cite “driver inattention” and “cell/mobile device use – texting” as contributing factors. If the driver ignored a stop sign because they were texting, “disregard stop sign or light” may also be cited.

Method 2:

The second way to navigate this chart is by contributing factor; simply select a factor from the drop-down list and the chart will update.

Again, each circle represents a city within Hidalgo County. However, rather than correlating to the total number of accidents, the size of each circle represents the number of times the chosen contributing factor was cited in reports for accidents occurring in that city in 2022.

Each location contains circles within it for the months of the year. These vary by size based on how many times the selected factor was cited in that month. As with the default view, you can hover over or tap any circle to see additional data, including the total number of reported accidents in the city for the month and year, and how many times the factor was cited in accidents in that city.

You can navigate up a level at any time by clicking or tapping the arrow (↑) in the top-right corner.

The data shows that accidents in McAllen were fairly evenly spread throughout the year. Over 200 accidents happened in the city each month, with December being the only exception, when the long nights and poor weather resulted in 332 auto crashes. 102 of those — just under a third — were caused by drivers failing to control their speed.

One interesting takeaway from the crash data is the number of McAllen crashes caused by drivers under the influence of alcohol. It’s certainly not the most prevalent factor — drunk driving was cited as a contributing factor 23 times in December — but it does mark the high point of the year — perhaps owing to the Christmas festivities and holiday celebrations.

Crash reports cited drunk driving 16 times in January, 15 times in November and March, and as few as five times in March.

Interesting Trends

Driver error is the leading cause of accidents across the country and comprises several behaviors, from falling asleep at the wheel to speeding.

But among the most egregious and dangerous is driving while intoxicated.

Driving while under the influence of alcohol was cited 686 times across Hidalgo County in 2022, with “had been drinking” — a separate contributing factor — being cited 270 times.

But were drivers more likely to drive under the influence at a specific time of the year?

in Mission and McAllen, driving under the influence of alcohol was most prevalent in December.

In Weslaco, we see the reverse, with no drunk-driving accidents reported in December.

In Edinburg, driving under the influence of alcohol was most commonly cited in October.

Over in Pharr, February was the most dangerous month for driving while intoxicated accidents. December and October were quieter periods, with this factor cited just once each. September and April saw no crashes reportedly caused by driving under the influence.

In other cities, most collisions involving driving under the influence occurred during the summer months — in Alamo and Weslaco, this factor was most frequently cited in July.

San Juan also yields some interesting insights: driving under the influence of alcohol was most commonly cited in March, August, April, and January, but no accidents listed this cause in the run-up to Christmas (September, October, and November). However, this does not mean there were no crashes involving alcohol during these months. It appears law enforcement officers preferred to highlight “had been drinking” as a factor — cited twice in November, October, and December, and once in September.

Above all, what this data illustrates is that driving while under the influence of alcohol is common throughout the entire year. It is only in a handful of smaller cities where no accidents cited either “driving while intoxicated” or “had been drinking” during a given month.

Vehicles Involved in Crashes (2022)

Many accidents in Hidalgo County were multi-vehicle crashes, but exactly how many vehicles were impacted in crashes in 2022 versus 2021? See whether more motorcycles crashed in McAllen or Alton, how many trucks were involved in collisions in Mercedes, how many school bus accidents were reported across the county, and more.

43,781 vehicles were involved in auto crashes in Hidalgo County in 2022. It’s worth remembering that this figure is higher than the total number of accidents in the county because many crashes involved two or more vehicles.

The majority of vehicles involved in crashes — just over a third — were four-door passenger cars. Sports utility vehicles (11,163) and pickups (9,445) also featured prominently, representing roughly 25% and 21% of total vehicles, respectively.

But do these figures correlate with the most common types of vehicles involved in crashes on a city level?

Not necessarily.

For example, outside city limits, more pickups were in crashes than sports utility vehicles.

In Hidalgo City, which recorded a much lower number of vehicles overall, the difference is even less stark. Four-door passenger cars dominated at 202, but trucks were just behind at 136.

How to Use This Chart

By default, this chart shows the vehicles involved in crashes for all cities in Hidalgo County.

The first bar represents the entire county, with specific cities listed beneath in descending order based on the total number of vehicles involved in accidents in 2022.

Each row comprises several colored bars, each representing a type of vehicle, the size of which correlates to the number of vehicles involved in crashes. Clicking or tapping on any bar reveals the full list of vehicles and how many were in collisions in the corresponding city (or county, when looking at the total).

You can also select a specific location via the drop-down beneath the chart title.

Interesting Trends

Car accidents were the most frequently reported accident type across Hidalgo County in 2022, with the majority involving 4-door passenger cars.

However, trucks also featured prominently in crashes. TxDOT data separates trucks by type, differentiating pickup trucks from truck tractors</a href> and trailer trucks (pole and semi-trailer).

Across the county, 11,832 trucks were involved in accidents, with the majority (1,914 — or 16%) in Pharr.

Edinburg and McAllen were close behind, with 1,440 and 1,391 trucks involved in accidents, respectively.

Vehicles Involved in Crashes (2021)

Across the smaller cities in Hidalgo County, there was a marked improvement in the number of vehicles involved in crashes from 2021 to 2022. In 2021, at least one truck was involved in an accident in every city in the county bar Granjeno.

In 2022, no truck accidents were reported in Granjeno, Progreso Lakes, or La Villa. The most significant improvement can be seen in Donna, where the number of trucks reported halved year on year, down from 104 to 52. However, an uplift in truck crashes in larger cities like McAllen and Pharr led to an overall annual increase at the county level.

How to Use This Chart

By default, this chart shows the vehicles involved in crashes for all cities in Hidalgo County.

The first bar represents the entire county, with specific cities listed beneath in descending order based on the total number of vehicles involved in accidents in 2021.

Each row comprises several colored bars, each representing a type of vehicle, the size of which correlates to the number of vehicles involved in crashes. Clicking or tapping on any bar reveals the full list of vehicles and how many were in collisions in the corresponding city (or county, when looking at the total).

You can also select a specific location via the drop-down beneath the chart title.

Interesting Trends

Fewer 4-door passenger cars were involved in crashes in 2021 (13,999), owing to the fact there were fewer reported accidents in 2021 compared to 2022.

There were also fewer trucks involved in crashes in 2021, but the difference is much smaller (11,405 in 2021 compared to 11,832 in 2022). Despite the number of trucks involved in crashes growing year on year, we can take some small comfort that this was a modest increase given the catastrophic damage truck accidents cause</a href>.

At a city level, the same three cities were responsible for the majority of truck accidents:

  • 1,861 trucks were involved in crashes in Pharr.
  • 1,441 trucks were involved in crashes in Edinburg.
  • 1,220 trucks were involved in crashes in McAllen.

Edinburg and Weslaco were among the cities that saw the number of accidents involving trucks drop from 2021 to 2022 — albeit by a single truck in Edinburg (1,440 in 2022 versus 1,441 in 2021).

How Severe Were the Injuries Sustained in Hidalgo County?

Discover how many individuals reported injuries in auto accidents in Hidalgo County and the most dangerous cities in the Rio Grande Valley based on the physical impact and trauma endured by accident victims.

An auto accident can cause a range of injuries. Many are lucky to walk away from a crash with no physical injuries, but others sustain life-changing injuries such as traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, and burns.

Then, there are the injuries you can’t see — months or years of post-traumatic stress disorder, insomnia, depression, anxiety, and mental anguish. This emotional impact can be equally devastating, causing injured parties to become withdrawn, which can impact their work and relationships with loved ones. Tragically, many auto accidents are fatal.

Injury Severity By City and at a Total Level (2022)

At a total level, 3,745 people suffered possible injuries in 2022, with 1,649 suffering suspected minor injuries, 346 suffering suspected serious injuries, and 72 suffering fatal injuries.

How to Use This Chart

The first chart shows all reported injuries, including when law enforcement recorded no injuries or when the injury severity was unknown. The second chart counts every instance of an actual or suspected injury, whether possible, minor, serious, or fatal.

Drag the circle toggle (●) along the slider to view the injury severity of accidents for a specific city, or click the “Play” (▶) icon to automatically cycle through the locations.

Hover over or tap a segment of the pie chart to view the total times a specific injury severity was recorded in accident reports.

These injuries were classified according to the KABCO scale, created by the Federal Highway Administration to evaluate the severity of an auto crash. Each letter of the scale corresponds to a severity type as follows:

K- Killed
A – Suspected serious injury
B – Suspected minor injury
C – Possible injury
O (or N) – Unknown

In Texas, an additional category — 99 — denotes unknown injuries.

Each state categorizes injuries differently. In Texas, crashes are assigned a severity as follows:

  • K: if an individual dies from injuries sustained in a crash within 30 days of the accident.
  • A: If an individual suffers a severe or incapacitating injury that prevents them from performing normal activities. Example injuries include broken limbs, internal injuries, or a crushed chest.
  • B – Minor or non-incapacitating injuries are those that are physically evident but do not affect the injured party’s ability to do normal activities, such as bruises, abrasions, and minor lacerations.
  • C – Possible injuries do not result in physical wounds but are reported by an individual or indicated by behavior. Possible injuries can include limping, headaches, or complaints of pain.
  • O/N – This severity is assigned to a crash when an individual does not sustain a severe, minor, or possible injury.

The “unknown” category is reserved for crashes where it is impossible to determine whether a person has been injured, such as if they failed to stop and render aid, fled the scene, or were the negligent driver in a hit-and-run accident.

Interesting Trends

Unsurprisingly, more people sustained possible injuries out of any other injury type (excluding those not injured).

Accidents outside city limits and in McAllen resulted in the most fatalities (34 and 11, respectively), but it’s crucial to consider not only the number of fatal accidents but also the relative severity of accidents in different locations.

When looking only at accidents that resulted in actual injuries, Alton had the highest proportion of deaths. Here, 10% of crashes led to fatalities.

McAllen is also a standout (albeit for the wrong reason!). In this city, 42% of all reported crashes caused no injuries, compared to 68% when looking at crashes across the whole county.

The 1,604 McAllen crashes resulting in injuries break down as follows:

  • Possible injury: 1,052 (66%)
  • Suspected minor injury: 485 (30%)
  • Suspected serious injury: 56 (3%)
  • Fatal injury: 11 (<1%)

Injury Severity By City and at a Total Level (2021)

Fewer individuals involved in auto crashes in Hidalgo County sustained possible injuries in 2022 compared to 2021, but more fatalities, serious injuries, and minor injuries occurred.

How to Use This Chart

The first chart shows all reported injuries, including when law enforcement recorded no injuries or when the injury severity was unknown. The second chart counts every instance of an actual or suspected injury, whether possible, minor, serious, or fatal.

Drag the circle toggle (●) along the slider to view the injury severity of accidents for a specific city, or click the “Play” (▶) icon to automatically cycle through the locations. Hover over or tap a segment of the pie chart to view the total times a specific injury severity was recorded in accident reports.

Interesting Trends

There were 20,502 accidents reported in the county in 2021, resulting in 5,839 actual injuries.

Of the 21,747 accidents that occurred in 2022, there were 5,812 actual injuries reported.

Given that there were 1,245 more accidents reported in 2022, it’s reassuring to see that the number of actual injuries decreased — this means the additional accidents reported in Hidalgo County in 2022 did not cause any injury.

Injury Severity By Type (2022)

How to Use This Chart

Hover over or tap a segment of the pie chart to view the total number of times a specific injury severity was recorded in accident reports.

Interesting Trends

We know that crashes in McAllen resulted in more actual injuries than accidents in any other city, but drilling down into the different injury types yields some interesting insights.

According to the data, there were 123 actual injuries reported in Alamo — a tiny slice when looking at the entire county. But when it comes to fatal injuries, Alamo represents a sizeable chunk.

The significance of this becomes clear when we compare the numbers to McAllen. There were 1,480 fewer injuries reported in Alamo (123 versus 1,604), but there were just seven fewer fatalities (4 versus 11).

Injury Severity by Type (2021)

How to Use This Chart

Hover over or tap a segment of the pie chart to view the total number of times a specific injury severity was recorded in accident reports.

Interesting Trends

In 2021, McAllen accidents resulted in 1,508 actual injuries, eight of which were fatalities.

In nearby Edinburg, there were 812 actual injuries reported — just over half the figure for McAllen — but just one fewer fatality (7).

The number of actual injuries dropped from 5,839 in 2021 to 5,812 in 2022, driven by drops across several cities, including Alton, Mission, Palmhurst, Pharr, and Weslaco.

Total injuries in Donna jumped from 143 in 2021 to 188 in 2022, largely driven by an increase in possible injuries. Suspected serious injuries dropped year on year, but three fatalities were recorded in Donna in 2022, up from none the year before.

In a reversal of this trend, the number of reported injuries in Mission dropped, from 357 in 2021 to 322 in 2022. This is thanks to a drop in possible injuries, down from 313 to 275. However, Mission saw a sizable increase in suspected minor injuries, up from 25 to 44.

What to Do with This Information

We believe that the more you know about Texas roads and motorists’ behavior, the better equipped you are to avoid a potentially devastating accident.

While drivers and pedestrians are unpredictable — we’re all too familiar with the reality that an accident can happen unexpectedly — knowing which streets and highways are traditionally more dangerous and the common factors that cause accidents can help you stay alert and take preventive measures.

For example, you might see that Business US Highway 83 is the site of many accidents in Hidalgo County and that most crashes happened on that road in Alamo, so you strive to be even more diligent than usual when you pass through town.

If you’ve been injured in an accident in Hidalgo County, you may be entitled to compensation for your losses. Our personal injury lawyers in McAllen can assess your accident and determine whether you have a claim. From there, we will gather evidence proving the other party’s fault — such as your crash report, which is not unlike the data we’ve analyzed here — and strive to achieve the fair compensation you deserve.

To find out more about how our McAllen personal injury attorney can help you, call 855-LAW-NINJA, submit a confidential contact form, or visit us at our office in McAllen, Hidalgo County. You can find us at 1802 N 10th St on the corner of Redwood Avenue — just opposite the Flamingo Plaza shopping center.

Data Use Disclaimer

This study is based on 2022 and 2021 collision data from the Texas Department of Transportation. For more details or information on how we compiled this data, please contact us. Patino Law Firm encourages outlets and publications to report on or republish this study in part but asks that you credit Patino Law Firm by linking to this page.

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Thank you so much for the help to Patiño law from totally recommended they were to nice and helpful through whole process.
Leo Delgado
Leo Delgado
June 26, 2023
I would highly recommend you to go to Patino Law Firm as they had helped me with a car accident and did an excellent job!!!
Janie Longoria
Janie Longoria
June 9, 2023
My experience with the firm was Excellent, they take everything into consideration .They go over and beyond for a fair outcome I highly recommend Patino Law Firm.
Raul Pena
Raul Pena
June 7, 2023
The Patino Law Firm has a very profession team that is very knowledgeable in their area of practice, Personal Injury Cases. They will answer any and all questions regarding your case and they will keep you well informed of the status of your case. Furthermore, they will provide you with a fast and worthwhile resolution of your case and will ensure that you are 100% satisfied with the outcome.
Amber Gunn
Amber Gunn
May 30, 2023
Patino is literally not the stereotypical “attorney” we all think about. He is caring and real and honest and trustworthy. He fights for his clients like he would fight for himself. It’s what we all expect but very rarely see or get! We have used him twice now, and he’s just stellar. Don’t doubt this man. He’s amazing! And you get what you pay for!
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