Riding a motorcycle is always an inherently dangerous activity. This is because you’re traveling at high rates of speed on two wheels with only a helmet for protection. Even for the most safe and cautious riders, who make sure to take all necessary precautions prior to riding, there is always a risk to be in an accident that leaves you severely injured or even dead. If this happens, it is important for a victim to turn to our experienced Massachusetts motorcycle accident and personal injury attorneys here at the Law Offices of Gilbert R. Hoy, Jr. and Affiliates to help guide them through this complicated litigation process.
A 27-year-old California motorcyclist has been identified after he was decapitated in a bizarre motorcycle accident at an intersection in San Bernardino, California. Fabian Zepeda was riding his motorcycle southbound on Macy Street early in the morning recently, when he drove into a tension wire stretched across the road, according to a statement from the San Bernardino County Coroner.
The collision was preceded minutes earlier by another crash, in which a Ford Taurus slammed into a wooden telephone pole. The pole snapped in half with the loose wire spanning the street, the news release said. Zepeda drove into the wire and was beheaded. The cause of the initial collision, involving the sedan, is unknown at this time. Authorities have reported that the driver did not appear intoxicated and was not immediately arrested.
If you or a loved one have been injured in a motorcycle accident, you may be entitled to substantial compensation for your physical injuries, as well as any emotional trauma and financial hardship caused by the accident. We will work tirelessly on your case to see that you are justly and fairly compensated. Call our expert Massachusetts motorcycle accident lawyers to address your concerns and issues at 617-787-3700 or email us at email@example.com; someone will be here 24/7 for you to learn more about your options and available legal routes in a free and confidential consultation.