Eastland, TX – Bradley Cecil Segers Killed in Motorcycle Crash on FM 570

Eastland, TX (October 13, 2020) – A motorcycle accident reported in Eastland County claimed one man’s life on Saturday. Just after midnight on October 10, the Texas Department of Public Safety responded to the scene of a crash on Farm to Market Road 570.

According to statements provided by the Texas Department of Public Safety, 50-year-old Bradley Cecil Segers was riding a 2012 Harley Davidson motorcycle on Farm to Market Road 570. For unknown reasons, a 2013 Audi A6, driven by 32-year-old Madison Paige Bradley, crossed over the center line and struck the motorcycle head-on.

The impact of the crash caused severe damage to the motorcycle. Segers was fatally injured in the accident. Emergency crews arrived at the scene and pronounced the man deceased. He was removed from the scene and transported to Edward’s Funeral home.

Bradley sustained minor injuries in the accident. She was transported to Eastland Memorial Hospital for treatment of injuries. At this time, the incident remains under investigation with the Texas Department of Public Safety.

Our thoughts are with Madison Paige Bradley at this time.

We would like to extend our deepest condolences to the family of Bradley Cecil Segers.

Fatal Motorcycle Accidents in Texas

Eastland, TX – Bradley Cecil Segers Killed in Motorcycle Crash on FM 570Each year, more than 500 motorcyclists die as a result of motor vehicle accidents across Texas. The fact that motorcyclists are relatively unprotected during collisions means they are more likely to suffer fatal injuries in accidents. This is particularly true in cases where motorcycles collide with other vehicles sharing the road. Statistics show that around 80% of all fatal collisions are a result of driver error. When drivers are intoxicated, distracted, or engaging in reckless behaviors while driving, they place others at extraordinary risk of being harmed.

Around 15% of those killed in traffic-related incidents throughout our state are using motorcycles at the time of their accidents. These preventable accidents continue to cause overwhelming mental and emotional suffering for families who are forced to endure the consequences of losing loved ones unexpectedly. Not only are families forced to experience overwhelming mental and emotional pain and suffering after an unexpected loss, but they are often forced to spend tens of thousands of dollars on funerals while dealing with lost earnings and other financial burdens. Although it can seem as if no amount of compensation will ever make us whole again after losing loved ones in accidents that are completely avoidable, families can work with wrongful death attorneys in Texas to obtain the compensation they need to cover the financial burdens they face moving forward.

Texas motorcycle accident attorney Tara Gilmore-Low at Low Law Firm has experience helping families move forward after losing loved ones. Although no amount of compensation will bring back those taken away so early, having the resources available from a wrongful death lawsuit can help families move forward and cover the financial burdens they face. Contact our experienced and compassionate personal injury attorneys in Abilene at (325) 455-1889 to see how our team can help you. Schedule a free case evaluation with our attorneys to get the justice you deserve.

Notes: The Low Law Firm utilizes outside sources in the creation of these accident news posts.  Public news stories, police incident reports, first-hand accounts about serious injury accidents are used in the creation of this post. Therefore, our firm has independently verified the fact surrounding this accident.  If you see any information that is not accurate in this post, please contact us immediately so that we can correct the post to reflect the most accurate information available. The posts are meant to informational.

Disclaimer: As highly esteemed members of the local Abilene, Texas law community, the Low Law Firm creates these posts to inform and educate our fellow community members about the dangers associated with injury accidents in Texas.  We hope that through awareness, people will use caution when operating a motor vehicle in an effort to avoid such accidents. This is not a business solicitation and should not be viewed as such. The safety information provided in these posts is not intended to be medical advice or legal advice. All photos used in this post are not photos of the accident described. 

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