A motorcyclist was killed in a tragic accident that occurred on Saturday evening near West Dallas. The deceased has been identified as 42-year old Dwight Williams.
According to a Dallas News report, he was riding his 2001 Suzuki 600 and was headed in an easterly direction on Canada Drive. He collided with a car that was in the process of making a left-hand turn in order to head in a southerly direction. The impact and blunt force of the crash killed Williams almost instantly. He was officially declared dead by paramedics who arrived on the scene.
The car involved in the crash was a 2014 Dodge Challenger. According to preliminary police reports, the driver was 27-year old Clennell Delwayne Phillips, it is alleged that Phillips failed to yield right of way to the motorcycle as stipulated by traffic law. Investigators are yet to determine whether Phillips will face any charges as they continue to investigate the accident.
Collision
One fatality as three cars crashed into a disabled car
A total of four cars were involved in a crash that killed one person, as per a Dallas News report. The deceased has been identified as 18-year old Jesus Alonzo Gonzalez. According to witnesses and police reports, Gonzalez was one of three occupants in a Dodge Neon that broke down and stopped on interstate 635 at Preston Road in Northern Dallas. Investigators are looking for leads to determine what exactly was wrong with the Dodge Neon.
The driver and another passenger of the Neon are expected to be fine and were reported to be in a stable condition. Reportedly, the car broke down for some reason and even though there is a shoulder on the side of the road meant for such issues, it remained parked in a traffic lane. The drivers of oncoming cars did not have enough time to react and stop or swerve away from the stationary Neon, thereby causing a collision. Three cars supposedly rammed into the broken down Neon, these three cars consisted of one Volkswagen and two Chevrolet pick-up trucks.
Family of deceased victim’s lodge legal complaint against truck company and truck driver
A fatal and horrific crash involving a truck killed five people and injured twelve in Fort Worth. The accident happened on Interstate 30 near Oakland Boulevard. Witness statements and police reports reveal that an 18-wheeler truck crashed into several cars that were parked on the shoulder of the highway and caught fire. Five people died as a result of the accident.
Two of them that succumbed to their injuries were Veronica Gonzalez and her sister in law Clarissa Banda. They are survived by family members who have filed a lawsuit against the truck driver and the Truck Company – Ryder.
From the Dallas News, the lawsuit alleges that Ryder had not imparted proper safety training to their drivers. It also accused the driver, Dustin Pool, of not even attempting to avoid the collision as he drove straight into the parked cars. The lawsuit seeks to procure compensation of $1 million for damages.
Dallas car accident attorneys
According to Dallas accident attorneys and some of the best ones can be found on the golden website known as USAttorneys.com―it is essential to have an attorney by your side if the accident caused injuries and it wasn’t your fault. Without sound legal representation there is always the chance of failing to obtain a fair deal from insurance adjusters.
It is also the best way to ensure your rights to future claims for medical treatment. Your Dallas personal injury lawyer will identify all the liable parties and the best strategy to hold them accountable. Most attorneys work with a team of full time investigators who go through the finest details of every accident case.

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