Adolescent Biker Arrested After Crashing into Police Vehicle

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Adolescent Biker Arrested After Crashing into Police Vehicle

An adolescent biker was arrested for several criminal charges after crashing into a police vehicle that was parked around the area of West Perkins and 5th Street. The incident took place on September 11th, at 7:15 p.m.

The adolescent biker was identified as a 17-year-old boy. He was driving an off-road motorcycle without a helmet at a high speed. Police officers signaled him to stop, but the biker did not heed the request. He also continued to break several traffic laws while police were following him.

They continued following the biker as he continued traveling before slowing down near a residential area at the scene of the incident. Suddenly, the boy drove directly into the police vehicle. The impact of the crash threw him off his vehicle. He sustained several injuries and was sent to the nearest hospital for treatment.

How Do You Sue A Teenage Driver?

More than 2,000 teenage drivers in 2018 were involved in a fatal traffic incident. This number shows that regardless of their age, a teenager behind the wheel can do as much damage as an adult.

However, if you were involved in a vehicle crash involving a teenage driver, the person you should be serving a lawsuit to is their parents. As long as the child is still under the age of majority, any actions they take are still the parents’ responsibility. This includes any car accidents that they were involved in. If you’d like the help of our lawyer in representing your case against the parents of a teenage driver, you can call us at (866) 698-2306.

Source: Bakersfield

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