Motorcycle Accident Results in Death

A motorcycle accident claimed the life of an individual in Austin who was identified as a soldier stationed in nearby Fort Hood.  26 year old Spc. Yosbel Perez began serving with the Army back in October of 2006 as a motor transport operator.  He originally hailed from Miami, Florida, but he came to Fort Hood in October of 2012.  From July 2007 through September 20008, he was deployed as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom.  April of 2011 to April of 2012 brought him a part in Operation Enduring Freedom.
Throughout his career in the military, Perez earned a number of different decorations and awards:

  • Army Achievement Medal
  • Two Good Conduct Medals
  • Three Commendation Medals
  • National Defense Medal
  • Two Campaign Stars on an Afghanistan Campaign Medal
  • Two Campaign Stars on an Iraqi Campaign Medal
  • Service Medal for Global War on Terrorism
  • Army Service Ribbon
  • NATO Medal
  • Overseas Service Ribbon
  • Mechanic and Driver Badge
  • Combat Action Badge

When it comes to a motorcycle injury or accident, you can enlist a motorcycle injury attorney to make sure you are getting all of the benefits to which you are entitled.  Regardless of how severe your situation is, you need a motorcycle injury attorney to make sense of everything and provide you with the information to make sure you are not cheated out of any benefits.  Many people assume they don’t need to enlist the services of a professional, but that is the farthest thing from the truth.  Accidents that are not the fault of the individual on the motorcycle need to be investigated thoroughly and reviewed for compensatory damages.  Speak to someone who can handle your case with professionalism and courtesy.

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