Motorcycle Rider Died After Collision with KSCO Patrol Car

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Motorcycle Rider Died After Collision with KSCO Patrol Car

September 21, 2020 Alan Ahdoot

On September 19th, 2020, a motorcycle and a Kern County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) patrol car crashed into each other. California Highway Patrol were the authorities at the scene. The motorcycle was heading east on Highway 178 when the rider of the vehicle suddenly lost control. The motorcycle careened towards the patrol car, and the rider was hit by it.

The rider was identified as a 64-year-old man from Cayucos. Paramedics were called to treat the injured rider, but the rider died from his severe injuries. Intoxication from alcohol or drugs were ruled out as factors causing the crash. Further investigation into the accident is still ongoing.

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Though most auto insurance would approve of a claim related to your accident after the event, there are certain situations where it might not happen. When this situation arises, it is usually caused by the insurance policy.

If the conditions in the accident violate the terms stated in the policy, then insurers would not cover for any of the damages caused. Most of the time, DUI-related charges will void any insurance claim filed. Your auto insurance will usually also not approve damage claims filed for any customization done to your vehicle. In our opinion, if you feel that you are not receiving your full payout on the claim you file, you need to contact a lawyer. To connect with one of our attorneys, call us any time at (866) 698-2306.

Source: Bakersfield Now

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