• February 21, 2022

Victor Abram Minjarez Killed in Motorcycle Accident in El Paso, TX

El Paso, TX -- February 19, 2022, Victor Abram Minjarez was killed due to an accident where a motorcycle crashed off the side of the road.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 6:30 p.m. along North Loop Drive in the area of Clint.

According to officials, 37-year-old Victor Abram Minjarez was on a motorcycle traveling along North Loop. For reasons unclear, the motorcycle went off-road where it crashed into an electrical pole.

Due to the crash, Minjarez sustained fatal injuries. Right now, additional details about the cause of the crash are unavailable.

Commentary on Victor Abram Minjarez Motorcycle Accident in El Paso

Recently, I checked back in on this crash, and I found reports where police listed a .275 BAC test result for the victim. I want to be clear up front that I would need to see the evidence myself to confirm this detail, but I'm not here to tarnish anyone's name regardless. The reason I want to address that potential detail is due to just how much alcohol that would be.

Victor Abram Minjarez Motorcycle Accident El Paso, TX

At just over three times the legal limit, a lot of people would be black-out drunk. That raises the very serious concern that the victim may have been illegally over-served. I've looked into hundreds of incidents where it turned out someone had been over-served by a local bar, restaurant, or similar establishment. How little regard some of these businesses have for their own customers and their community is just staggering. I've even handled situations where an establishment literally served someone to death. That's why victims and families deserve to know what it could mean for them when they're affected by such avoidable actions. One possible avenue is dram shop law

Texas dram shop lawsays that an alcohol provider who over-serves an obviously intoxicated person can be liable for damages resulting from that intoxication. Not only does this provide a significant source of assistance which may not otherwise be available to families, it also works to hold negligent businesses accountable so they clean up their act. After all, one of the most common goals families have when they contact is making sure there is accountability for their hardships. If there's some local establishment that played a role in a man's death, shouldn't they have their day in court to answer for those actions?


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