Written by: The Benton Law Firm Last Updated : December 1, 2021

71-Year-Old John Emmet Keaney Killed in Motorcycle Crash on George Dieter Drive at Buffalo Soldier Circle in El Paso

El Paso, TX. (April 17, 2020)- John Emmet Keany was killed in a two-vehicle crash on April 15, 2020 in El Paso, Texas. The crash occurred around 1:15 p.m. in the 3400 block of George Dieter Drive at Buffalo Soldier Circle. Police reported that Keany was riding a Harley Davidson Motorcycle northbound on George Dieter Drive while the driver of a 2006 Ford F-150 was traveling southbound. The Ford then turned left onto Buffalo Soldier Circle and failed to yield the right of way to Keany. Keany then struck the Ford. Keany was transported to the hospital where he later was pronounced dead. The crash remains under investigation.

We send our condolences to the family of John Emmet Keany. Our thoughts are with them at this time.

Motorcycle Accidents in Texas

New Braunfels, TX – 1 Killed In Motorcycle Accident On I-35In 2016, approximately 5,286 motorcyclists lost their lives on U.S. roads. Because motorcycles are less visible to drivers, and not as stable as larger vehicles, it’s common for drivers to accidentally strike and seriously harm motorcyclists. Because motorcyclists aren’t physically guarded by their vehicles like other drivers, it’s easier for them to sustain serious injuries in an accident. Depending on the severity of the collision, motorcyclists could even lose their lives.

Immediate family members of deceased motorcyclists may be able to file wrongful death lawsuits if their loved ones were not at fault for the accident.

At The Benton Law Firm, we spend every day defending the rights of our clients and helping families win their wrongful death lawsuits. Fatal accidents are tragic and traumatic. Families have enough emotional distress to deal with, and we don’t believe they should also be burdened by expensive funeral costs and more. If you would like a free consultation with one of our experienced Texas attorneys, call us at (214) 777-7777.

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Disclaimer: The intent of this post is to provide general information to our readers and to help improve the safety and quality of life for those who live in our state. At The Benton Law Firm, we intend to honor those who are victimized in accidents across Texas. We aim to provide up to date information to the public surrounding these incidents in hopes of helping others avoid becoming victims themselves. If anyone is involved in an accident we would like to make sure they know how to respond, should a tragedy occur. Information in this post, should not be considered legal or medical advice. You should seek further assistance from a legal or medical professional if you or a loved one is a victim in an accident. The photos depicted in these posts are not representative of the actual accident scene.

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