• May 22, 2017

Pedro Landa Killed in Accident in Denton, TX

Denton, TX -- A single-vehicle crash in the area of Denton, TX led to the death of 21-year-old Pedro Landa Monday, May 21.

The report claims the vehicle occupied by Mr. Landa and one other person was traveling along Interstate 35 when for unclear reasons it crashed. Officials had yet to determine if Mr. Landa was a passenger or the driver in the car. The collision left him hospitalized Sunday night, but he died of his injuries the following morning.

The official investigation into the incident is ongoing.

map of the area


The details provided by the report are sparse. It's hard to say exactly what occurred in this crash, but considering the time of the incident and the fact it happened on the weekend, is it entirely unreasonable to say alcohol was a factor? By no means am I claiming to have insider information on this crash. Nonetheless, after litigating more liquor liability cases than almost any other firm in Texas, the fact pattern sets off a few alarm bells. Again, I'm not claiming this is a fact. But, in order to understand what happened in this accident, a more thorough investigation should take place to rule out the possibility.

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