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Motorcycle accident claims life of father and community hero

People in Texas place great value in their country and their families. Those who devote their lives to defending both are a source of admiration and pride. For one man, his love of his family and devotion to his nation were cut short following a fatal motorcycle accident that left his family and community grieving.

The accident happened one recent afternoon as the man was riding his motorcycle home from a class he was taking at Texas A&M University where he was working toward a degree in electrical engineering. He was nearly home when a car that had stopped at a stop sign entered the intersection and crossed the path in front of the motorcycle. The man's bike crashed into the side of the car, and he died of his injuries a short time later at a local hospital.

The man served as a Marine, deploying three times and earning the rank of staff sergeant quickly. He won medals for his expertise in various feats. In addition, he and his wife had three children, including a 2-year-old baby. His younger brother admired him enough to follow in his footsteps by joining the Marines and attending the same Texas university.

A motorcycle accident can bring sudden and lasting suffering to families who lose loved ones. The tragic consequences that occur when other drivers fail to notice a motorcycle often rob communities of generous people and leave spouses and children struggling to make ends meet. When this happens, the counsel of an attorney may prove helpful. An attorney can present the best options for pursuing possible compensation through a wrongful death lawsuit.

Source:, "Aggie and Marine remembered as devoted family man", Rebecca Fiedler, March 2, 2017

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