• April 27, 2022

Man Injured in Pedestrian Accident on FM 1264 in Lubbock County, TX

Lubbock County, TX -- November 6, 2021, a man sustained injuries due to an accident where a vehicle struck a pedestrian along FM 1264.

In their initial reports, authorities said that the accident took place at around 7:10 p.m. along FM 1264 in the area of FM 1294.

According to investigations, a 29-year-old man was walking and reportedly was in traffic lanes on southbound FM 1264. A southbound driver reportedly did not see the man in time, hitting him in the roadway.

Due to the collision, the pedestrian had incapacitating injuries. Right now, additional details about the accident are unavailable.

Commentary on Pedestrian Accident on Fm 1264 in Lubbock County

Pedestrian Accident FM 1264 Lubbock County, TX

With pedestrian accidents, it's for folks to just assume someone was where they shouldn't have been, and that's that. But things aren't always so simple. For one, there can be a controversy if evidence shows the driver should have been able to see and avoid the victim. Regardless of who had the right-of-way, a driver failing to avoid an avoidable accident raises some red flags. Alternatively, there could also be extenuating circumstances. For example, I had a case not long ago where it turned out a man had been illegally over-served by an alcohol provider, and they were responsible for getting him dangerously intoxicated, which resulted in his death. Could it be something like that happened here? That's certainly not for me to say, but it remains to be seen if the proper steps were taken to really get answers here.


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