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As the second-largest state in the union both by size and by population, Texas has literally hundreds of college and university campuses. From West Texas A&M and Texas Tech Health Science El Paso to the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley and Stephen F. Austin State, there's a postsecondary educational institution in literally every corner of the Lone Star State.
Texas colleges and universities are as varied as the population they serve. Some are located in the center of major metropolitan regions; others may be in more rural areas. Likewise, many have just a few hundred students enrolled while some can have 16,000 or more. Yet there's one thing that all these schools have in common: you can get into an accident on just about any of these campuses. In fact, there are more than half a million accidents in Texas every year; around 3,000 of these result in the loss of life. Any of these may occur on your university campus.
If you've been involved in an accident on campus, coping in the face of injury or loss can be difficult. Your ability to attend classes may be disrupted, either by damage to a vehicle, personal injury, or tragic loss, and you may not know where to turn. That's why Myaccident.org is here for you, to help car accident victims like you. Use us to find information about your accident by university campus, making it easy to find your police report from one of the hundreds of institutes of higher learning in Texas.