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Jerry Dyer 18-wheeler accident in Grimes County, TX results in death.

On Behalf of | Nov 16, 2014 | Truck Accidents |

Experienced wrongful death lawyers also handle car accident cases in Grimes County, Texas. Recently, an elderly man died after an 18-wheeler hit him in his pickup truck. The man was identified as Jerry Dyer. A report indicates that was not wearing a seatbelt. However, was he wearing a seatbelt that was not operable or failed to operate? Personal injury lawyers often hire private investigators to determine whether the safety devices in vehicles were properly operating.

In the situation involving Jerry Dyer, an 18-wheeler was driving south on Highway 90 and did not stop in time. The tractor-trailer vehicle hit Dyer’s truck on the passenger side. Dyer died at the scene. A seatbelt most likely would not have saved his life due to the nature of the impact.

Our hearts and concern goes out to Mr. Dyer’s family. In his community, people knew him as a kind man. The hearts of the community are also hurt by the horrible truck accident. Mr. Dyer leaves behind a wife, children and grandchildren.

We would expect that with the type of impact involved, the sound could have traveled to the point where others could have heard the crash. Were there witnesses? We understand that Mr. Dyer’s family may have many questions. Sometimes in 18-wheeler accidents, the only witness is the surviving truck driver. Lawyers also like to investigate truck drivers involved in accidents. Experienced lawyers like to investigate travel logs and other history that may have influenced driver condition.

    – Article written by Richard D. Weaver, a Texas wrongful death lawyer.


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