• June 21, 2022

League City Man Injured in Car Accident on Bertner Avenue in Houston, TX

Houston, TX -- May 26, 2022, a League City man was injured due to an accident where a van hit them along Bertner Avenue.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 11:35 a.m. along Bertner Avenue just off South Braeswood.

According to reports, a 54-year-old League City man was walking across the roadway when a Ford Transit bus reportedly hit the man.

That man sustained reportedly non-incapacitating injuries in the crash. No further information is available at this time.

Commentary on Van, Pedestrian Accident on Bertner in Houston

One witness reportedly saw the driver involved "look down" prior to hitting the pedestrian. That usually means someone was looking at their phone. Of course, I wouldn't jump to conclusions without a proper investigation. But that proper investigation isn't always so simple.

League City Man Injured in Car Accident on Bertner Avenue in Houston, TX

For example, I had a situation a while back where a driver's employer tried to say the driver didn't own a cell phone. We sure weren't buying that, but we had to prove otherwise. It took us going through a lengthy deposition to trip up the driver and get him to admit that he did in fact own a phone. With that, we got a court order for the phone records, proving that the driver had been watching pornography at the time of the crash.

I'm not saying anything unusual like that happened here, but it's important folks understand how challenging it can be to look into even the most seemingly simple accidents.


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