The most important difference between a motorcycle and most other types of motor vehicles is that, when you are on a motorcycle, you’re only protected by the clothes on your back, and the helmet on your head, in the event of an accident. That is why motorcyclists have to be more cautious when driving and pay close attention when riding around other vehicles. While most riders do take precautions when riding, there are those who don’t. When a rider rides recklessly, they can cause serious injury or harm to someone else or themselves. If you’ve been hurt in a motorcycle accident, you should turn to an experienced Boston motorcycle accident attorney here at our Boston, Massachusetts law firm to help guide you through this complicated litigation process.
One person was killed Thursday in a crash involving a motorcycle on Highway 13 in Prior Lake, Minnesota according to the Minnesota State Patrol (“MSP”). The incident report said the crash occurred at 4:45 p.m. on Highway 13 near 150th Street Southeast. The MSP said a Suzuki motorcycle, driven by a 36 year-old Lakeville, Minnesota man, was southbound on Highway 13 when it was broadsided by a northbound Ford F150 turning onto 150th Street Southeast. The incident report said the driver of the Ford turned on a flashing yellow signal. The driver of the motorcycle died from his injuries, according to the incident report. The driver of the Ford, an 18-year-old, did not suffer any injuries.
Have you or a loved one of yours been injured or died while riding a motorcycle because of the negligence of another party? If so, you and your loved ones may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. Call one of our expert motorcycle accident attorneys or wrongful death lawyer specialists here at the Law Offices of Gilbert R. Hoy, Jr. and Affiliates today at 617-787-3700 or email us at email@example.com to get your free and confidential consultation. Your needs are our top priority!