One Person Dead from Crash Between Motorcycle and SUV

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One Person Dead from Crash Between Motorcycle and SUV

September 15, 2020 Alan Ahdoot Accidents, Bay Area, California, Motorcycle, San Jose, Traffic, Uncategorized

On Sunday, September 13th, two vehicles collided with each other in San Jose. The vehicles involved were reported to be a motorcycle and a Toyota Highlander SUV. The crash happened at around 10:30 p.m., in Interstate Highway 680 near Jackson Avenue. The motorcycle was found under the SUV at the scene. One person was reported to have died due to the collision. It is unknown whether this person was the driver of the motorcycle. California Highway Patrol and Santa Clara County coroner are the authorities responsible at the scene of the accident. Traffic lines in the South Bay freeway were closed as a result of the crash.

Can You A Motorcyclist File A Lawsuit Against A Car Driver After An Accident?

Motorcycle drivers carry a higher risk of being injured than any other vehicle. However, this doesn’t mean that any occurring vehicular accident is inherently your fault as a biker. If you feel that you are not the main party responsible for a vehicle collision, you have the right to immediately start filing your personal injury claim against the driver at fault. Of course, waiting for the result of the police investigation would help your case greatly, but we advise you to start the process right away rather than waiting on this. If you’re not sure where to start with your lawsuit, you can consult your case with us for free, by calling (866) 698-2306.

Source: Patch

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