28 Year-Old Motorcyclist Dies At Hospital After Severe Crash.

Wearing a helmet, driving in good weather, and traveling at a reasonable speed are all things a motorcyclist should do to make sure they are safe. Most motorcyclists do follow these rules and avoid accidents their whole lives.  However, even a careful and responsible motorcyclist can be injured because of another person’s negligence.  If this happens, it is important for a potential plaintiff to contact an experienced Massachusetts motorcycle accident attorney or personal injury attorney to help to begin recovering financially and emotionally from this accident.

A 28 year-old Round Lake Heights, Illinois man was killed in a motorcycle crash in Waukegan, Illinois Saturday. Police responded to reports of an accident at 1:30 AM Saturday in the area of Berwick and Grand Avenues. Officers came upon the scene of a severe motorcycle crash. Investigators believe that the motorcycle was traveling northbound on Berwick approaching Grand when the driver lost control, and the motorcycle crashed into multiple parked cars on Berwick Avenue. The driver of the motorcycle, Jose Hernandez, was transported to an area hospital where he was pronounced dead. Preliminary autopsy results indicate he died from multiple traumatic injuries due to the crash.

Have you been injured on a motorcycle because of the negligence of another party? If so, you and your loved ones may be entitled to compensation for your physical injuries, medical expenses and pain and suffering. Call one of our Boston motorcycle accident attorneys or expert personal injury lawyers now at the Law Offices of Gilbert R. Hoy, Jr. and Affiliates by phone at 617-787-3700 or email us at info@gilhoylaw.com to get your free and confidential consultation. Your needs are our top priority!

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