• May 12, 2022

De Laron Steward Killed in Accident in Fort Worth, TX

UPDATE (May 1, 2022): Recent reports clarified details surrounding the crash. They said that Steward was in a vehicle traveling eastbound on the freeway when Steward's vehicle somehow crashed into a firetruck diverting traffic around another accident scene. The cause of the crash is still unclear.

Fort Worth, TX -- May 1, 2022, De Laron Steward sustained fatal injuries following an unspecified accident which occurred along Southeast Loop 820.

Authorities said that the accident happened in the 1200 block of Southeast Loop 820 at around 1:42 a.m. Right now, the nature of the accident or whether or not any vehicles were involved remains unclear. Currently, authorities continue to investigate the circumstances surrounding the accident.

Commentary on De Laron Steward Accident in Fort Worth

From more recent statements made available, authorities included an alleged BAC of .290 contributing to this crash. I can't confirm or deny this claim without knowing more myself, but if it's true, it's important to find out if some local business contributed to this man's tragic death.

De Laron Steward Accident Fort Worth, TX

Put simply, dram shop law says that an alcohol provider who over-serves an obviously intoxicated person can be liable for damages resulting from that intoxication. Bars, restaurants, liquor stores--these businesses have rules to follow. If they break these rules, and people get hurt as a result, why should they get away with that when there's a family out there whose life was shattered into pieces?

Dram shop provides an opportunity for those grieving families to exercise their rights and confront those negligent businesses with the evidence and experienced legal strategy necessary to hold them accountable for their negligence. It remains to be seen if steps were taken here to ensure the victim's loved ones are getting the full story.


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