• July 12, 2022

Carrollton Man Killed in Car Accident on Mountain Creek in Dallas, TX

Dallas, TX -- March 6, 2022, a Carrollton man was killed due to an accident where his vehicle crashed along Mountain Creek Parkway.

Investigators were called to the area of Mountain Creek Parkway and Kiest Boulevard at around 10:24 p.m.

According to officials, a 43-year-old Carrollton man was in a Nissan Titan traveling southwest along Mountain Creek. The vehicle lost control, causing it to overturn along the median.

The driver had fatal injuries as a result of the crash. Police said alcohol was a factor in the crash, and additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Carrollton Man Car Accident on Mountain Creek in Dallas

Any mention of alcohol is going to give cause for concern, especially following a fatal crash. This late at night, though, the possibility becomes more concerning due to the possibility some local alcohol provider had a hand in causing this man's tragic death. But how can that be?

Carrollton Man Killed in Car Accident on Mountain Creek in Dallas, TX

Put simply, Texas has what's called dram shop law. It basically says that an alcohol provider who over-serves an obviously intoxicated person can be liable for damages resulting from that intoxication. Plenty of bars, restaurants, and other venues across the metroplex have no qualms with breaking the law and putting the community--and even their own customers--in serious danger.

That's why over thirty years, I've helped hundreds of people confront these negligent businesses to ensure they're held accountable for the harm they cause and the loved ones families lose due to such avoidable, selfish recklessness.

Now, I obviously can't say if any of that happened here without more thorough investigations. But making sure folks understand their rights and the nuances of Texas law is important after any serious crash. This tragedy isn't likely to be an exception.


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