Montgomery County, TX (November 16, 2020) – A motorcycle accident reported in Montgomery County claimed the life of one man on Wednesday evening. At around 4:40 p.m., on November 11, the Texas Department of Public Safety responded to the site of a crash on Farm to Market Road 1484.
According to DPS reports, 50-year-old Jeffrey James Sutton was traveling west on Farm to Market Road 1484 in a 2007 Dodge Ram pickup truck when his vehicle collided with a 2017 Harley-Davidson Fat boy motorcycle, driven by 43-year-old James Cooper.
Cooper was fatally injured in this crash. The victim was declared deceased at the scene.
Sutton was subsequently arrested for intoxication manslaughter. At this time, the crash remains under investigation with the Texas Department of Public Safety.
We would like to offer our condolences to the family of James Cooper. Our thoughts are with them at this time.
Fatal Motorcycle Accidents in Texas
Motor vehicle accidents happen far too often in our state. In fact, statistics show that one accident occurs roughly every two minutes that result in injuries. These accidents add up to more than 270,000 each year. Although we hope that everyone is able to recover from their injuries, more than 3,600 people end up passing away as a result of their injuries. Motorcyclists account for over 500 victims killed in auto accidents throughout our state each year. Although most people believe that motorcyclists are always responsible for accidents, the majority are caused by the negligence of other motorists sharing the roads.
The unfortunate truth is that no matter how vigilant we are in ensuring the safety of others sharing the road, there is no guarantee that all motorists will pay the same respect to us. As a result, we continue to see people harmed or killed in accidents caused by negligent, reckless, and distracted drivers. If your loved one lost their life in an accident as a result of another driver’s actions, it is essential that you seek the guidance of a knowledgeable wrongful death attorney in Houston. Working with a skilled and aggressive legal team will ensure you are able to recover from the loss of your loved one.
For over 50-years, the Texas motorcycle accident attorneys at Farah Law have helped thousands of grieving families get the justice they deserve after losing loved ones. We work closely to develop powerful strategies that ensure our clients’ legal rights and best interests are protected. Our team takes an aggressive approach from the beginning by preparing every case as if it were going all the way to a full jury trial. Doing so ensures we are able to obtain the best results for our clients during negotiations or in court. If your loved one lost their life in an accident as a result of another driver’s actions, contact our personal injury attorneys in Texas at (888) 481-9359 to discuss legal options available and to see how we can help you.
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