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Two Injured After Two Weekend Motorcycle Accidents on Skyline

November 2, 2020 Alan Ahdoot

Two motorcycle accidents occurred over the weekend on Skyline Boulevard. California Highway Patrol was the first responder for both cases. The first case was a two-vehicle crash involving a BMW motorcycle and a BMW car between Page Mill Road and Alpine Road. It happened on Saturday, October 17th at 3:30 p.m. The car collided with the motorcyclist while it was heading west on an intersection. As a result of the crash, the motorcyclist suffered severe injuries and required further treatment at Stanford Hospital.

The second motorcycle accident was a single-vehicle crash. It took place on Sunday, October 18th at around 12:30 p.m., near Kings Mountain Road. Eyewitnesses at the scene saw that the motorcyclist suddenly braked for unknown reasons and as a result, his vehicle crashed. He also suffered from major injuries and was brought to Stanford Hospital for medical treatment.

Can You File a Personal Injury Claim After a Motorcycle Crash?

Yes, you can. Whether you are a victim who is injured from a motorcycle crash or a motorcyclist who was injured by another party in a multi-vehicle crash – you can pursue a personal injury claim against the party responsible for your injuries. If you choose to take this legal avenue, contact a lawyer first to consult about your case, so you can determine what type of claim you should pursue. Call us for a free consultation available today by dialing (800) 310-1606.

Source: Almanac News

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