Motorcycle Driver Died After PCH Crash

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Motorcycle Driver Died After PCH Crash

October 4, 2020 Alan Ahdoot

A two-vehicle crash occurred on Saturday, September 26th in Long Beach. The accident was reported to have taken place around 7:15 p.m on Pacific Coast Highway, near Ximeno Avenue. Long Beach Police Department is the first responder at the scene. A 2012 Porsche Panamera crashed into a 2020 Honda motorcycle, which was driven by a 24-year-old male named Derrick Mora. He suffered severe injuries and was taken to the hospital for treatment. Unfortunately, on Tuesday, September 30th, he passed away from his injuries. The Porsche driver was found to have not been driving recklessly or under the influence.

How Do You File A Wrongful Death Claim in a Motorcycle Accident?

A wrongful death claim process is the same regardless of the vehicle involved. If your loved one was a motorcycle rider who recently died in a vehicular accident and was not the driver at-fault, you should not hesitate to pursue legal actions against the party responsible. You must know that motorcycle drivers tend to have more expensive insurance – but not always the best coverage compared to four-wheeled vehicles. Thus, taking legal actions will help you manage the costs that you are unable to claim from the deceased’s insurance. If you’d like to get in contact with one of our experienced motorcycle accident lawyers, you can call us at (877) 871-3256, available any time of day.

Source: My News LA

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