• October 03, 2022

Kendrick Holman Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Houston, TX

Houston, TX -- September 30, 2022, Kendrick Holman was killed after an accident where a motorcycle crashed with a pickup.

Investigators said that the incident happened at around midnight in the 1200 block of Pinemont Drive, just off Ella Boulevard.

Statements indicate that Kendrick Holman is believed to be the rider of a Kawasaki motorcycle traveling eastbound along Pinemont. Crossing the intersection, the motorcycle crashed with a pickup.

Due to the collision, Holman sustained fatal injuries. Right now, the exact cause of the crash has yet to be confirmed.

Commentary on Kendrick Holman Motorcycle Accident in Houston

One of the biggest issues with crashes like this one is there are common factors which lead people to jump to conclusions. But without clear evidence, jumping to conclusions isn't going to do any good for the victim's grieving loved ones.

Kendrick Holman Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Houston, TX

For example, is alcohol common early in the morning? Certainly, but plenty of wrecks happen early in the morning without alcohol. Even if it were a factor, that could warrant looking into a local establishment if they illegally over-served the driver, since that could lead to holding them accountable under dram shop law.

Additionally, are there motorcyclists out there who are reckless? Absolutely, but folks tend to assume riders were being reckless without so much as looking at the facts. I can't begin to tell people how many times families came to me with reports where police blamed a motorcyclist only for more thorough independent investigations to show they were completely wrong.

One way or another, reserving judgment is key because it allows the evidence to speak for itself. Making sure investigators have the experience and tools to get that evidence should be the priority in these situations.


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