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Ross Goveia is killed in a San Antonio, Texas car accident.

On Behalf of | Oct 22, 2014 | Wrongful Death |

A truck and ambulance crashed into a car where Ross Goveia of San Antonio, Texas was a passenger. Mr. Goveia was taken to the San Antonio Military Medical Center in critical condition following the accident. He was pronounced dead at the hospital not long after the car accident. Our hearts and prayers go out to his family. It is not an unusual circumstance to find that an ambulance involved in a car accident. The ambulance in this incident was among three vehicles involved in a crash. The car accident happened on  Thursday night. Only Ross Goveia died as the resut of the car wreck.  Ross Goveia’s family may have a wrongful death case.

What caused the car accident? While the police report may indicate an answer, there may be more to it. How is it that Ross Govei was the only one that passed away? Did his airbag not deploy? Did his seatbelt not work properly? According to the San Antonio Police Department, a Dodge Ram and Acadian ambulance had been headed west on Rittiman Road when a Toyota Corolla attempted a left turn across westbound lanes. S.A.P.D. says that the driver failed to yield the right of way to the vehicles and pulled out into their path.

In another situation in San Antonio, another man died Friday night in a car crash on the Southwest Side. He has been identified as Adrian Hernandez, 30. In this particular situation, the police believe that Hernandez was speeding on Loop 410 near Valley Hi Drive when he lost control of his SUV and rolled it several times. The police do not believe that Hernandez was wearing a seat belt. However, it is possible that he was wearing his seatbelt but that it did not properly restrain him. Attorneys employ private investigators to look for evidence for faulty or defective safety devices.  

     – Article by Richard Weaver, a Texas personal injury attorney.



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