• January 25, 2022

Kempner Man Injured in Single Vehicle Accident on FM 2808 in Lampasas County, TX

Lampasas County, TX -- October 16, 2021, a Kempner man was injured due to an accident where his vehicle crashed along the side of FM 2808.

Authorities reported that the crash took place at around 10:50 p.m. along FM 2808. Initial reports said that a 21-year-old Kempner man was in a Geo Prizm traveling eastbound along the roadway. The vehicle ran off the side of the road, hit a culvert, and went airborne. The vehicle then flipped over.

As a result of the crash, the driver had incapacitating injuries. Police say the man had been drinking, but it's unclear if that caused the crash.

Commentary on Kempner Man Single-Vehicle Accident on FM 2808 in Lampasas County

Anytime a crash like this happens, police are likely to investigate alcohol just as standard procedure. Them bringing it up as a likely factor only makes it more crucial. While it's possible that evidence will show alcohol was not the cause of this crash, there's a high likelihood that it was, and that will mean finding out where the driver got their alcohol.

Kempner Man Injured in Single Vehicle Accident on FM 2808 in Lampasas County, TX

The reason this matters is because a lot of accidents are the result of drivers being over-served by local bars. If a bar illegally over-serves someone who is obviously intoxicated, and that causes a crash, the bar can be liable under dram shop law for their role in the accident.

The law is nuanced enough to recognize that someone needs to face consequences while also ensuring they have the right to get the help they need. That's why dram shop is not a tool to excuse drunk drivers but rather a tool to get people help and to make sure a negligent business cleans up its act. Were steps taken here to look into those possibilities?


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