Soldier From Round Rock Killed in Georgia Motorcycle Accident

Posted By The Carlson Law Firm || 2-Feb-2012

A soldier from Round Rock was motorcycle accident attorneys in Round Rock, police said, after a sedan pulled in front of him, causing him to smash into the side of the car.

Sgt. Adam Huckstep, 23, was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident.

According to police reports, Huckstep was traveling on Elim Church Road when a Toyota Corrolla pulled out, in an attempt to make a left turn. Huckstep was ejected from the motorcycle.

Sgt. Huckstep was assigned to 2nd Heavy Brigade Combat Team of 3rd Infantry Division. He was stationed at Fort Stewart. He was scheduled to deploy to Afghanistan this summer, in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.

Police are still investigating the motorcycle accident.

Our thoughts and prayers go out the family and loved ones of Sgt. Huckstep.

The sheer size of motorcycles and the lack of protection provided by the vehicle make motorcycle accidents a dangerous occurrence. Despite helmet use, motorcycle riders often experience serious injuries and death when faced with much larger vehicles. But while the vehicles can be risky during accidents, other vehicles on the road have a responsibility to be aware and practice safety when driving near motorcycles and other smaller vehicles.

If you or someone you love has been seriously injured or killed in a motorcycle accident, call our motorcycle accident attorneys in Round Rock, Austin, San Antonio and statewide Texas at 254-633-2983, contact our wrongful death attorneys online or visit one of the 11 office locations for our motorcycle accident lawyers in Texas for a free consultation today.

Our experienced attorneys, professional medical consultants, private investigators and caring staff will help you uncover answers to the questions associated with the fatal motorcycle accident of a loved one while seeking just compensation for your loss. We care. We can help.

Facebooktwittergoogle_pluspinterestlinkedinmail

Other Blogs


Back to Top